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2.94 µm DPSS Laser Module / An Alternative to Er:YAG Lasers

Something the World Has Never Seen!

(PresseBox) (Olching, ) The success Sheaumann Laser, Inc. has had with its 2.94 µm diodepumped DPSS laser module can best be described with a formidable "wow."

The MIR-Pac will go down as a milestone in DPSS laser history. It is a viable alternative to the expensive Er:YAG lasers used in dentistry and ophthalmology - and not just because of how small it is. The wavelength of this laser is 2.94 µm, which is the absorption rate of water. This laser is, therefore, best suited for the ablation of hard tissue, for example on teeth.

Small But Strong

The DPSS module boasts an output of up to 1 W - and that at dimensions of only 114 mm x 52 mm x 38 mm. Far ahead of the pack, this laser features an efficiency of 10%; comparable solidstate lasers achieve an efficiency of just 1%.

Technical Data

The DPSS module is specified for cw operation with an output power of 750 mW - in TEM00 mode (M² < 1.2) with a divergence of 1.7 mrad. At full pumping power, an output power of 1000 mW is reached! A fibercoupled version of this laser is currently under development; it will not be long before it is on the market!

Pulse operation possible

In addition to cw operation, the MIR-Pac can also be pulsed: rise times are < 10 µs.

The appropriate driver is supplied along with the DPSS laser. This is a customerfriendly module that can be operated as a "plug & play" laser system!

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Trade Shows

Analytica, March 23 - 26, 2010, Neue Messe München, Germany; Hall A2, Booth 503
Defense, Security + Sensing, April 06 - 08, 2010, Orlando World Center Marriott, FL, USA; Booth 430
VTX Advanced Manufacturing, April 27 - 28, 2010, NEC (National Exhibition Centre), Birmingham, UK
SENSOR+TEST, May 18 - 20, 2010, Messezentrum Nürnberg, Germany; Hall 12, Booth 12-615


LASER COMPONENTS is specialized in the development, manufacture, and sale of components and services for the laser and optoelectronics industries. With sales offices in four different countries, the company has served its customers since 1982. Inhouse production at six locations in Germany, Canada, and the USA began in 1986 and is meanwhile responsible for about half of its turnover. Currently, the familyrun business employs more than 120 people worldwide.