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Where to Buy Lasers for Microscopy

There are lasers specifically suitable for microscopy applications, such as those used in scanning confocal laser microscopes and multi-photon excitation microscopy. These lasers are essential for high-resolution imaging in biomedical research and medical diagnostics.

Related products: laser microscopes

Related product category: lasers and laser amplifiers

Before You Buy: Learn About Lasers for Microscopy

Manufacturers and Other Suppliers for Lasers for Microscopy

6 suppliers for lasers for microscopy are listed in the RP Photonics Buyer's Guide, out of which 3 present their product descriptions. Both manufacturers and distributors can be registered.

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HÜBNER Photonics GmbH

Wilhelmine-Reichard Strasse 6
34123 Kassel
Germany
web link hubner-photonics.com
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lasers for microscopy

The modern fluorescence microscopy field encompasses a wide range of techniques requiring various wavelengths, power levels, modulation capabilities, beam quality, and spectral characteristics. To achieve multi-color imaging, most setups utilize multiple lasers combined through optical elements or fibers, offering flexibility but requiring alignment and maintenance. At HÜBNER Photonics we accommodate these needs by offering 3 versatile solutions:

  • Our C-FLEX platform can integrate up to 8 lasers into a laser combiner, ensuring flexibility and user-friendliness.
  • The C-WAVE laser offers a wide tunable range, covering most of the visible and near IR spectrum, facilitating access to exotic fluorophores.
  • The Cobolt Skyra is a compact, permanently aligned, multi-line laser that simplifies multi-color excitation integration in microscopy equipment, reducing manufacturing costs and allowing for more compact designs.

We bring lasers from LAB to LIFE

Integrated Optics, Ltd.

Kalvariju str. 125B, XI building
08221 Vilnius
Lithuania
web link integratedoptics.com

E-mail:
(See the company profile page for additional contact information.)
IOS 9001:2015, LST EN ISO 9001:2015
lasers for microscopy

Integrated Optics is the company that offers purpose-built CW lasers for microscopy, whether it is Raman or fluorescence microscopy. A MatchBox laser is a perfect choice both for industrial and scientific end users in need of precise light source for effective excitation of specimen and feature spectrally-stabilized configurations that can be made with clean-up filters – perfect for Raman spectroscopy. MatchBox lasers come in various configurations considering the output type, wavelength selection, MM/SM and PM-fiber output and has a compact size for your convenience. So everyone can find what they need. It also can be made to have up to 4 different diode wavelengths, so you wouldn’t need to change the light source when you change the fluorophores. All of this is offered with this record-small footprint of 30 × 50 × 18 mm.

All wavelengths.

TOPTICA Photonics AG

Lochhamer Schlag 19
82166 Gräfelfing
Germany
web link www.toptica.com

E-mail:
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ISO 9001:2015
lasers for microscopy

There are various methods for optical microscopy that utilize different light sources. For some microscopy techniques a simple white light source is sufficient, whereas more sophisticated methods require lasers as light source. Those can be single-mode diode lasers or multi-laser engines that deliver a continuous laser beam at one or several colors, some techniques rely on short laser pulses with femtosecond duration that can be provided by TOPTICA's ultrafast fiber lasers.


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Coherent Inc.

5100 Patrick Henry Drive
Santa Clara, CA 95054
United States

DRS Daylight Solutions Inc.

16465 Via Esprillo
San Diego, CA 92127
United States
web link daylightsolutions.com

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Olympus Corporation of the Americas

48 Woerd Avenue
Waltham, Massachusetts 02453
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HÜBNER Photonics GmbH

Wilhelmine-Reichard Strasse 6
34123 Kassel
Germany
web link hubner-photonics.com
E-mail:
lasers for microscopy

The modern fluorescence microscopy field encompasses a wide range of techniques requiring various wavelengths, power levels, modulation capabilities, beam quality, and spectral characteristics. To achieve multi-color imaging, most setups utilize multiple lasers combined through optical elements or fibers, offering flexibility but requiring alignment and maintenance. At HÜBNER Photonics we accommodate these needs by offering 3 versatile solutions:

  • Our C-FLEX platform can integrate up to 8 lasers into a laser combiner, ensuring flexibility and user-friendliness.
  • The C-WAVE laser offers a wide tunable range, covering most of the visible and near IR spectrum, facilitating access to exotic fluorophores.
  • The Cobolt Skyra is a compact, permanently aligned, multi-line laser that simplifies multi-color excitation integration in microscopy equipment, reducing manufacturing costs and allowing for more compact designs.

We bring lasers from LAB to LIFE

Integrated Optics, Ltd.

Kalvariju str. 125B, XI building
08221 Vilnius
Lithuania
web link integratedoptics.com

E-mail:
(See the company profile page for additional contact information.)
IOS 9001:2015, LST EN ISO 9001:2015
lasers for microscopy

Integrated Optics is the company that offers purpose-built CW lasers for microscopy, whether it is Raman or fluorescence microscopy. A MatchBox laser is a perfect choice both for industrial and scientific end users in need of precise light source for effective excitation of specimen and feature spectrally-stabilized configurations that can be made with clean-up filters – perfect for Raman spectroscopy. MatchBox lasers come in various configurations considering the output type, wavelength selection, MM/SM and PM-fiber output and has a compact size for your convenience. So everyone can find what they need. It also can be made to have up to 4 different diode wavelengths, so you wouldn’t need to change the light source when you change the fluorophores. All of this is offered with this record-small footprint of 30 × 50 × 18 mm.

All wavelengths.

TOPTICA Photonics AG

Lochhamer Schlag 19
82166 Gräfelfing
Germany
web link www.toptica.com

E-mail:
(See the company profile page for additional contact information.)
ISO 9001:2015
lasers for microscopy

There are various methods for optical microscopy that utilize different light sources. For some microscopy techniques a simple white light source is sufficient, whereas more sophisticated methods require lasers as light source. Those can be single-mode diode lasers or multi-laser engines that deliver a continuous laser beam at one or several colors, some techniques rely on short laser pulses with femtosecond duration that can be provided by TOPTICA's ultrafast fiber lasers.


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