UniKLasers develops and produces Single Frequency DPSS lasers for demanding applications in:
UniKLasers Ltd is the only company, whose Continuous Wave Single Frequency DPSS Lasers uniquely perform at any wavelength within the range from NIR to UV from just a single technology platform, using our proprietary patented BRaMMS DPSS Laser technology. Whereas conventional light can be dispersed by a prism into a spectrum of constituent colours, our lasers emit just one ultra pure colour.
Using the BRaMMS laser technology we can offer any wavelength within spectrum range
from our range of DPSS lasers operating in the CW Single Frequency regime. This is unique for a single platform laser technology.
All UniKLasers products feature laser cavity feedback locked Single Longitudinal Mode CW performance with no lock loss and mode hops during 100s of hours of nonstop operation.
The excellent beam quality with M2 <1.05 emerges from the smallest footprint and at the lowest power consumption for given output, with noise figure as low as < 0.1%rms (10Hz-10MHz).
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