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Laser & Light Sources

The number of applications in which lasers and light sources are used is growing very rapidly. Therefore, the development of new laser sources and the optimization of already established lasers is one of the main tasks in the field of photonics.
Today, lasers play an important role in numerous applications, ranging from measurement and biotechnology to material processing. Accordingly, lasers with different wavelengths, power levels, sizes, shapes, etc. are needed. Laser 2000 offers a wide range of different laser light sources for industrial and scientific applications.

LED and broadband light sources are applied in molecular analysis, cell research, industrial imaging, forensics, color measurement and patient care.

Single multiband wave excitation is a revolutionary length innovation in mercury-free microscopy that takes advantage of recent advances in lighting technology. With a much lower environmental impact, this cost-effective modular LED source with single or multi-band wavelength illumination is groundbreaking.


The pulsed picosecond diode lasers of the EPL series are ideal excitation sources for the measurement of fluorescence lifetimes and other time-resolved measurements.


The cw solid-state lasers of the CNI series are characterized by the availability of almost all commercially available wavelengths

Optical parametric oscillator with integrated pump laser and very wide wavelength range 210 nm - 2500 nm. A complete system with highest stability and easy operation for fast results.

The Photon Systems Deep UV laser product family is a revolutionary new family of deep ultraviolet laser products.

The MTL-5 is a compact, user-friendly, bench-top, Transverse Excited Atmospheric (TEA) Pressure pulsed CO2 Laser.