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Where to Buy Mid-infrared Laser Sources

Mid-infrared laser sources may be based on quantum cascade lasers, lead salt lasers, doped insulator lasers (e.g. Cr:ZnSe), gas and chemical lasers. There are also mid-infrared sources based on difference frequency generation or on parametric oscillation or amplification.

More general products: lasers

More specific products: CO lasers, CO2 lasers, quantum cascade lasers

Related products: nonlinear frequency conversion equipment, sum and difference frequency generators

Related product category: lasers and laser amplifiers

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Pioneering Photonics

Alpes Lasers SA

Avenue des Pâquiers 1
2072 St-Blaise
Switzerland
web link www.alpeslasers.ch

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mid-infrared laser sources

Alpes Lasers designs and manufactures a wide range of different laser types with wavelengths from 4 to 14 μm and powers up to hundreds of milliwatts. This includes FP, DFB, THz, frequency comb and external cavity lasers in the mid-IR. Additionally, Alpes offers uniquely fast and widely tuneable lasers with our ET and XT product line.


Do you have a femtosecond?

Light Conversion, UAB

Keramiku 2B
10233 Vilnius
Lithuania
web link lightcon.com

E-mail:
(See the company profile page for additional contact information.)
ISO 9001:2015
mid-infrared laser sources

ORPHEUS-MIR is an optical parametric amplifier (OPA) optimized for the efficient generation of broad-bandwidth MIR pulses. The laser system provides ultrashort pulses in the tuning range of 2.5 – 10 μm and reaches up to 15 μm with a narrow-bandwidth extension. Due to the novel system design, ORPHEUS-MIR provides < 100 fs pulses directly at the output. Signal and idler outputs are available simultaneously. The system architecture is well suited for high-energy and high‑power PHAROS and CARBIDE femtosecond pump lasers. ORPHEUS-MIR serves as an excellent high-repetition-rate source for spectroscopy, such as two-dimensional infrared (2D IR) and vibrational sum-frequency generation (SFG) spectroscopy. Combined with a narrow-bandwidth output of SHBC, it forms a compact laser system for SFG measurements, covering most of the MIR spectrum in a single shot and providing high spectral resolution. In addition, its high output stability is the key to fast and high-quality SFG imaging. Furthermore, for MIR applications requiring CEP-stable pulses, ORPHEUS-MIR provides unique CEP-stable option in the complete 2500 – 15000 nm range.


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RPMC Lasers, Inc.

8495 Veterans Memorial Pkwy
O’Fallon MO 63366
United States
web link www.rpmclasers.com

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mid-infrared laser sources

Serving North America, RPMC Lasers ofers a selection of MWIR lasers from ≈3 to ≈8 µm including quantum cascade lasers, pulsed DPSS & wavelength tunable OPO/DPSS lasers. Our MWIR lasers are available at various integration levels from component to OEM to turnkey. With emission wavelengths in the primary atmospheric transmission bands, these lasers are perfect for IR countermeasures, as well as applications like LIDAR and LIBS. Standard and custom options available. Let RPMC help you find the right laser today!


Laser Diodes. Redefined.

Eblana Photonics

3 West Pier Business Campus
Dun Laoghaire
Dublin A96 A621
Ireland
web link www.eblanaphotonics.com

E-mail:
mid-infrared laser sources

Eblana’s Discrete-Mode platform is both wavelength and material agnostic, and can be used to manufacture high quality and high performance laser diodes in the mid-IR for a variety of applications, including trace gas sensing and environmental monitoring utilizing fundamental absorption bands for highly sensitive detection performance. Eblana’s EP2327-0-DM Series laser diodes, targeting CO sensing at 2.3 μm, are now available to OEM customers looking to incorporate advanced laser designs into their detection systems.

Frankfurt Laser Company

An den 30 Morgen 13
61381 Friedrichsdorf
Germany
web link www.frlaserco.com
E-mail:
mid-infrared laser sources

Frankfurt Laser Company offers infrared laser diodes with emission wavelengths from 730 nm to 12 μm.


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DRS Daylight Solutions Inc.

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

E-mail:
mid-infrared laser sources

DRS Daylight Solutions offers a wide range of quantum cascade lasers:

  • with CW or pulsed output
  • high beam quality
  • fixed-wavelength and tunable versions with very fast tuning

Applications are in areas like mid-IR spectroscopy and infrared countermeasures.


Sacher Lasertechnik GmbH

Hedwig-Jahnow-Str. 12
35037 Marburg
Germany
mid-infrared laser sources

Sacher Lasertechnik offers quantum cascade lasers with emission between 4 μm and 12 μm, suitable for applications like molecular spectroscopy.


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LumIR Lasers

1405 boulevard du Parc Technologique, 2e étage
Quebec City, QC, G1P 4P5
Canada
web link lumirlasers.com

E-mail:
mid-infrared laser sources

LumIR offers mid-IR fiber lasers, based on fluorine glass fibers, with up to 10 W output power and emission wavelength between 2.79 μm and 3.3 μm. They are ideal for medical, material processing and sensing applications.

CNI Laser

No. 888 Jinhu Road
High-tech Zone, Changchun 130103
China
web link www.cnilaser.com
E-mail:
ISO 9001:2015
mid-infrared laser sources

CNI offers lasers with many wavelengths, some being in the mid-infrared. For example, there are a CW DPSS at 3800 nm and tunable lasers at 3590–4940 nm.


APE Angewandte Physik und Elektronik GmbH

Plauener Straße 163–165 / Haus N
13053 Berlin
Germany
web link www.ape-berlin.de

E-mail:
mid-infrared laser sources

Our mid-IR tunable broadband light source is fully automated and designed to be highly customizable to deliver turn-key solutions meeting your specific needs. It is based on a 1 µm pump laser operating at 76 MHz, which drives an optical parametric oscillator (OPO, Levante IR fs).

The OPO generates signal and idler in the range of 1.32 µm to 4.8 µm. Both beams can be mixed in a Difference Frequency Generator (DFG, HarmoniXX DFG), providing access to wavelengths up to 15 µm. Moreover, such a light source can be extended with additional APE devices, such as wavelength converters, pulse pickers or pulse slicers, to further enhance its capabilities in terms of wavelength range, repetition rate adjustment or spectral bandwidth narrowing.


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Customized high-power ultrafast lasers

Active Fiber Systems GmbH

Ernst-Ruska-Ring 17
07745 Jena
Germany
web link www.afs-jena.de

E-mail:
ISO 9001:2015
mid-infrared laser sources

This extension complements the compact 50fs-thulium-doped ultrafast fiber laser system and provides a high-power frequency comb in the mid-IR. The ultrafast mid-IR pulses are achieved through intra-pulse difference-frequency generation, which guarantees passive carrier-envelope-offset stability. The complete frequency-comb nature of the source can be achieved by controlling and stabilizing the fundamental pulse-repetition frequency of the driving laser.


Leader in fluoride glass and optical fiber technology

Le Verre Fluoré

Rue Gabriel Voisin
Campus de Ker Lann
35170 Bruz, Brittany
France
web link leverrefluore.com

E-mail:
mid-infrared laser sources

Based on our fluoride active fibers, we develop fiber modules that are easy to handle and directly integrable in a final commercial laser system.

Together with COPL Laval University, we develop mid-infrared fiber lasers which are commercialized by our sister company LumIR Lasers. These fibers lasers are, for example, used in medical applications.


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
mid-infrared laser sources

The spectral region between optics and electronics lying in the mid-infrared is difficult to access. Nevertheless it is of great spectroscopic interest because it hosts the majority of molecular finger prints: important vibrational modes with energies in the spectral range of 670 cm−1 to 3400 cm−1 can be accessed by exciting the sample at wavelengths of 3 μm to 15 μm.

TOPTICA’s ultrafast fiber laser FemtoFiber dichro midIR generates powerful radiation tunable between 3 μm – 15 μm that is ideally suited for spectroscopy and (nearfield) microscopy applications. Based on difference frequency generation (DFG) of two optically synchronized laser pulses at tunable wavelengths of 1 – 2 μm a highly stable broadband emission of approximately 400 cm−1 is generated.

TOPTICA’s continuous wave TOPO generates precise radiation tunable between 1.45 – 4+ µm with very narrow spectral width and extremely fine tuning, rendering it the ideal tool for spectroscopy of gas-phase molecules. The TOPO is a continuous wave optical parametric oscillator (OPO). As in DFG, a pump source and signal photons are mixed in a nonlinear crystal to perform downconversion, but in the TOPO the signal is self-generated by the efficient OPO process.


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Tune your wavelength

Radiantis

Carrer Esteve Terradas, 1
Parc Mediterrani de la Tecnologia
08860 Castelldefels
Barcelona
Spain
web link radiantis.com

E-mail:
mid-infrared laser sources

Radiantis offers multiple mid-IR laser systems, including

  • Titan – a continuous wave (CW) OPO laser system tunable from 1450 – 4000 nm,
  • Zenith – a picosecond OPO laser system tunable across 1450 – 4000 nm, and
  • MIRage – a femtosecond OPO laser system tunable across 6000 – 7000 nm.

Ti:sapphire-pumped stand-alone OPOs are also available. We develop on-demand customized broadly tunable lasers for specific spectral ranges and pulse durations.


LEUKOS

2 rue Edouard Michaud
Beaublanc Bât. 3–4–5
87000 Limoges
France
web link www.leukos-laser.com
E-mail:
mid-infrared laser sources

The LEUKOS ELECTRO MIR is a new generation supercontinuum laser source optimized for the mid-IR up to ≈10 μm wavelength. It is based on LEUKOS' over 15 years experience in supercontinuum sources.

See our data sheet.


Fully automated ultrafast tunable laser systems

SI Stuttgart Instruments GmbH

Curiestraße 2
70563 Stuttgart
Germany
web link www.s-instruments.de

E-mail:
mid-infrared laser sources

The Stuttgart Instruments Alpha is an ultrafast and fully wavelength-tunable frequency conversion system in an ultra-compact and completely passively stable system based on revolutionary parametric oscillator design which guarantees outstanding stability, reproducibility and shot-noise limited performance.

The revolutionary design of Stuttgart Instruments Alpha, characterized by outstanding low noise and passive long-term stability, is based on the fiber-feedback optical parametric oscillator (FFOPO) technology and results in outstanding performance and high flexibility at the same time.

The Alpha covers a gap-free rapid tunable spectral range from 700 nm to 20 µm wavelengths, while maintaining high output power up to the Watt-level with femto- or picosecond pulses at several MHz pulse repetition rates. It provides multiple simultaneously tunable outputs with a selectable bandwidth from a few to 100 cm-1. Shot-noise limited performance above 300 kHz, passive spectral stability (< 0.02% rms) and wavelength-independent stable beam pointing (< 30 µrad) enable excellent sensitivity. In addition, each Alpha is equipped with a user-friendly ethernet and Wi-Fi interface and a matching graphical user interface (GUI) as well as easy to access API interfaces for e.g. LabView, Python, C++.

Typically, the Alpha is pumped by an ultra-low-noise Primus pump laser, which provides more than 8 W average output power at 1040 nm wavelength and 450 fs pulse duration at 42 MHz repetition rate. In addition, the Alpha can be operated with other pump lasers around 1 µm wavelength and enough power.

Due to our modular platform, the Alpha can be adapted and optimized for various applications and is particularly suited for spectroscopic applications requiring a robust and reliable tunable radiation with low noise.


Thorlabs

43 Sparta Avenue
Newton, NJ 07860
United States
web link www.thorlabs.com

E-mail:
mid-infrared laser sources

Thorlabs manufactures a number of mid-infrared lasers, including the SC4500 mid-IR supercontinuum source and turnkey MIR QCL. These systems are offered alongside a portfolio of bare mid-IR fluoride fibers and patch cables.


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Menlo Systems GmbH

Bunsenstr. 5
82152 Martinsried
Germany
web link www.menlosystems.com

E-mail:
(See the company profile page for additional contact information.)
ISO 9001:2015
mid-infrared laser sources

Menlo Systems mid-infrared lasers based on Menlo figure 9® patented laser technology are targeting the wavelength range from 1 μm to beyond 10 μm. Systems are available from single femtosecond lasers to full mid-infrared optical frequency comb systems. Applications range from sensing to high precision laser spectroscopy.


See us at CLEO 2024 in Charlotte, North Carolina, United States, May 7–9 (booth 213)!

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Block Engineering

377 Simarano Drive
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1195 Pennsylvania Avenue
Bethlehem, PA 18018–2026
United States
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DRS Daylight Solutions Inc.

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

E-mail:
mid-infrared laser sources

DRS Daylight Solutions offers a wide range of quantum cascade lasers:

  • with CW or pulsed output
  • high beam quality
  • fixed-wavelength and tunable versions with very fast tuning

Applications are in areas like mid-IR spectroscopy and infrared countermeasures.


Enlight Technologies, Inc.

3455 NW John Oslen Pl.
Hillsboro, OR 97124
United States
www.enlight-tech.com
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IPG Photonics Corporation

50 Old Webster Road
Oxford, MA 01540
United States

LMD Power of Light Corp. dba LaserMaxDefense

3495 Winton Place
Rochester, NY 14623
United States
www.lmd-corp.com
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OEwaves, Inc.

465 N. Halstead Street
Suite 140
Pasadena, CA 91107
United States
www.oewaves.com
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Opto-Knowledge Systems Inc.

19805 Hamilton Ave.
Torrance CA 90502
United States
www.optoknowledge.com/fiberstore.html
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Physical Sciences Inc.

20 New England Business Center
Andover, MA 01810–1077
United States

PolarOnyx

470 Lakeside Drive, Suite F
Sunnyvale CA 94085
United States

Power Technology Inc.

P. O. Box 191117
Little Rock, AR 72219–1117
United States

Pranalytica Inc.

1101 Colorado Avenue
Santa Monica, CA 90401
United States

The lasers you need. From the people you trust. Our experience, your advantage.

RPMC Lasers, Inc.

8495 Veterans Memorial Pkwy
O’Fallon MO 63366
United States
web link www.rpmclasers.com

E-mail:
mid-infrared laser sources

Serving North America, RPMC Lasers ofers a selection of MWIR lasers from ≈3 to ≈8 µm including quantum cascade lasers, pulsed DPSS & wavelength tunable OPO/DPSS lasers. Our MWIR lasers are available at various integration levels from component to OEM to turnkey. With emission wavelengths in the primary atmospheric transmission bands, these lasers are perfect for IR countermeasures, as well as applications like LIDAR and LIBS. Standard and custom options available. Let RPMC help you find the right laser today!


Thorlabs

43 Sparta Avenue
Newton, NJ 07860
United States
web link www.thorlabs.com

E-mail:
mid-infrared laser sources

Thorlabs manufactures a number of mid-infrared lasers, including the SC4500 mid-IR supercontinuum source and turnkey MIR QCL. These systems are offered alongside a portfolio of bare mid-IR fluoride fibers and patch cables.


See us at CLEO 2024 in Charlotte, North Carolina, United States, May 7–9 (booth 427)!

From America:

Allied Scientific Pro

815 Carriere Blvd, suite 202
Gatineau, QC, J*Y6T4
Canada
alliedscientificpro.com
E-mail:

Femtum

1405, blv du Parc Technologique, 2nd floor
Québec (Qc) G1P 4R1
Canada
www.femtum.com
E-mail:

Laserglow Technologies

873 St. Clair Ave. West
Toronto, Ontario
Canada M6C 1C4
www.laserglow.com
E-mail:

LumIR Lasers

1405 boulevard du Parc Technologique, 2e étage
Quebec City, QC, G1P 4P5
Canada
web link lumirlasers.com

E-mail:
mid-infrared laser sources

LumIR offers mid-IR fiber lasers, based on fluorine glass fibers, with up to 10 W output power and emission wavelength between 2.79 μm and 3.3 μm. They are ideal for medical, material processing and sensing applications.

Outside America:

Customized high-power ultrafast lasers

Active Fiber Systems GmbH

Ernst-Ruska-Ring 17
07745 Jena
Germany
web link www.afs-jena.de

E-mail:
ISO 9001:2015
mid-infrared laser sources

This extension complements the compact 50fs-thulium-doped ultrafast fiber laser system and provides a high-power frequency comb in the mid-IR. The ultrafast mid-IR pulses are achieved through intra-pulse difference-frequency generation, which guarantees passive carrier-envelope-offset stability. The complete frequency-comb nature of the source can be achieved by controlling and stabilizing the fundamental pulse-repetition frequency of the driving laser.


Pioneering Photonics

Alpes Lasers SA

Avenue des Pâquiers 1
2072 St-Blaise
Switzerland
web link www.alpeslasers.ch

E-mail:
mid-infrared laser sources

Alpes Lasers designs and manufactures a wide range of different laser types with wavelengths from 4 to 14 μm and powers up to hundreds of milliwatts. This includes FP, DFB, THz, frequency comb and external cavity lasers in the mid-IR. Additionally, Alpes offers uniquely fast and widely tuneable lasers with our ET and XT product line.


APE Angewandte Physik und Elektronik GmbH

Plauener Straße 163–165 / Haus N
13053 Berlin
Germany
web link www.ape-berlin.de

E-mail:
mid-infrared laser sources

Our mid-IR tunable broadband light source is fully automated and designed to be highly customizable to deliver turn-key solutions meeting your specific needs. It is based on a 1 µm pump laser operating at 76 MHz, which drives an optical parametric oscillator (OPO, Levante IR fs).

The OPO generates signal and idler in the range of 1.32 µm to 4.8 µm. Both beams can be mixed in a Difference Frequency Generator (DFG, HarmoniXX DFG), providing access to wavelengths up to 15 µm. Moreover, such a light source can be extended with additional APE devices, such as wavelength converters, pulse pickers or pulse slicers, to further enhance its capabilities in terms of wavelength range, repetition rate adjustment or spectral bandwidth narrowing.


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ATLA Lasers, AS

Flatåstoppen 59
7079 Flatåsen
Trondheim
Norway

Brolis Semiconductors

Moletu pl. 73
14259 Vilnius
Lithuania

Chromacity Ltd.

Livingstone House
43 Discovery Terrace
Edinburgh EH14 4AP
United Kingdom

CNI Laser

No. 888 Jinhu Road
High-tech Zone, Changchun 130103
China
web link www.cnilaser.com
E-mail:
ISO 9001:2015
mid-infrared laser sources

CNI offers lasers with many wavelengths, some being in the mid-infrared. For example, there are a CW DPSS at 3800 nm and tunable lasers at 3590–4940 nm.


Crisel Instruments s.r.l.

Via Mattia Battistini, 177
Roma
Italy

Laser Diodes. Redefined.

Eblana Photonics

3 West Pier Business Campus
Dun Laoghaire
Dublin A96 A621
Ireland
web link www.eblanaphotonics.com

E-mail:
mid-infrared laser sources

Eblana’s Discrete-Mode platform is both wavelength and material agnostic, and can be used to manufacture high quality and high performance laser diodes in the mid-IR for a variety of applications, including trace gas sensing and environmental monitoring utilizing fundamental absorption bands for highly sensitive detection performance. Eblana’s EP2327-0-DM Series laser diodes, targeting CO sensing at 2.3 μm, are now available to OEM customers looking to incorporate advanced laser designs into their detection systems.

ELUXI Ltd.

Advanced Technology Innovation Centre
Loughborough University Science and Enterprise Parks
5 Oakwood Drive
Loughborough LE11 3QF
United Kingdom
www.eluxi.co.uk
E-mail:

EQ Photonics GmbH

Zeppelinstraße 4
85399 Hallbergmoos
Germany
www.eqphotonics.de
E-mail:

Frankfurt Laser Company

An den 30 Morgen 13
61381 Friedrichsdorf
Germany
web link www.frlaserco.com
E-mail:
mid-infrared laser sources

Frankfurt Laser Company offers infrared laser diodes with emission wavelengths from 730 nm to 12 μm.


Futonics Laser GmbH

Maschmühlenweg 36
37081 Göttingen
Germany
www.futonics.de
E-mail:

IL Photonics

511 Hashita
9955256 Beit Shemesh
Israel
www.ILPhotonics.com
E-mail:

Lahat Technologies Ltd

17 Atir Yeda Street
Kfar Saba, 4464313
Israel
lahat.com
E-mail:

Leader in fluoride glass and optical fiber technology

Le Verre Fluoré

Rue Gabriel Voisin
Campus de Ker Lann
35170 Bruz, Brittany
France
web link leverrefluore.com

E-mail:
mid-infrared laser sources

Based on our fluoride active fibers, we develop fiber modules that are easy to handle and directly integrable in a final commercial laser system.

Together with COPL Laval University, we develop mid-infrared fiber lasers which are commercialized by our sister company LumIR Lasers. These fibers lasers are, for example, used in medical applications.


LEUKOS

2 rue Edouard Michaud
Beaublanc Bât. 3–4–5
87000 Limoges
France
web link www.leukos-laser.com
E-mail:
mid-infrared laser sources

The LEUKOS ELECTRO MIR is a new generation supercontinuum laser source optimized for the mid-IR up to ≈10 μm wavelength. It is based on LEUKOS' over 15 years experience in supercontinuum sources.

See our data sheet.


Do you have a femtosecond?

Light Conversion, UAB

Keramiku 2B
10233 Vilnius
Lithuania
web link lightcon.com

E-mail:
(See the company profile page for additional contact information.)
ISO 9001:2015
mid-infrared laser sources

ORPHEUS-MIR is an optical parametric amplifier (OPA) optimized for the efficient generation of broad-bandwidth MIR pulses. The laser system provides ultrashort pulses in the tuning range of 2.5 – 10 μm and reaches up to 15 μm with a narrow-bandwidth extension. Due to the novel system design, ORPHEUS-MIR provides < 100 fs pulses directly at the output. Signal and idler outputs are available simultaneously. The system architecture is well suited for high-energy and high‑power PHAROS and CARBIDE femtosecond pump lasers. ORPHEUS-MIR serves as an excellent high-repetition-rate source for spectroscopy, such as two-dimensional infrared (2D IR) and vibrational sum-frequency generation (SFG) spectroscopy. Combined with a narrow-bandwidth output of SHBC, it forms a compact laser system for SFG measurements, covering most of the MIR spectrum in a single shot and providing high spectral resolution. In addition, its high output stability is the key to fast and high-quality SFG imaging. Furthermore, for MIR applications requiring CEP-stable pulses, ORPHEUS-MIR provides unique CEP-stable option in the complete 2500 – 15000 nm range.


See us at CLEO 2024 in Charlotte, North Carolina, United States, May 7–9 (booth 305)!

M Squared Lasers Ltd.

Venture Building
1 Kelvin Campus
West of Scotland Science Park
Maryhill Rd
Glasgow, G20 0SP
United Kingdom

Precision in photonics. Together we shape a sustainable future.

Menlo Systems GmbH

Bunsenstr. 5
82152 Martinsried
Germany
web link www.menlosystems.com

E-mail:
(See the company profile page for additional contact information.)
ISO 9001:2015
mid-infrared laser sources

Menlo Systems mid-infrared lasers based on Menlo figure 9® patented laser technology are targeting the wavelength range from 1 μm to beyond 10 μm. Systems are available from single femtosecond lasers to full mid-infrared optical frequency comb systems. Applications range from sensing to high precision laser spectroscopy.


See us at CLEO 2024 in Charlotte, North Carolina, United States, May 7–9 (booth 213)!

MG Optical Solutions GmbH

Industriestr. 23
86919 Utting/Ammersee
Germany

Mirage Photonics

8 Sherwood Drive
Oaklands Park, SA 5046
Australia
www.miragephotonics.com
E-mail:

mirSense

Centre d’intégration NanoINNOV
Bâtiment 863
2 boulevard Thomas Gobert
91120 Palaiseau
France

Mountain Photonics GmbH

Albert-Einstein-Str. 18
86899 Landsberg am Lech
Germany

Nano-Giga

137 avenue Anatole France,
94600 Choisy le Roi
France
www.nano-giga.fr
E-mail:

nanoplus Nanosystems and Technologies GmbH

Oberer Kirschberg 4
97218 Gerbrunn
Germany
www.nanoplus.com
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New Technologies and Consulting

Hauptstrasse 52
67297 Marnheim
Germany

NORBLIS

Virumgade 35 D
2830 Virum
Denmark

Novae

ZI du Moulin Cheyroux
87700 Aixe sur Vienne
France

Opton Laser International

Parc Club Orsay Université
29 rue Jean Rostand
91893 Orsay
France
www.optonlaser.com
E-mail:

Optoprim Germany GmbH

Max-Planck-Straße 3
85716 Unterschleißheim
Germany
www.optoprim.de/en
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Pantec Biosolutions AG

Industriering 21
9491 Ruggell
Liechtenstein
pantec-biosolutions.com/en
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Pantec Engineering AG - Medical Laser

Industriering 21
9491 Ruggell
Liechtenstein
www.pantec-medicallaser.com
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Tune your wavelength

Radiantis

Carrer Esteve Terradas, 1
Parc Mediterrani de la Tecnologia
08860 Castelldefels
Barcelona
Spain
web link radiantis.com

E-mail:
mid-infrared laser sources

Radiantis offers multiple mid-IR laser systems, including

  • Titan – a continuous wave (CW) OPO laser system tunable from 1450 – 4000 nm,
  • Zenith – a picosecond OPO laser system tunable across 1450 – 4000 nm, and
  • MIRage – a femtosecond OPO laser system tunable across 6000 – 7000 nm.

Ti:sapphire-pumped stand-alone OPOs are also available. We develop on-demand customized broadly tunable lasers for specific spectral ranges and pulse durations.


Sacher Lasertechnik GmbH

Hedwig-Jahnow-Str. 12
35037 Marburg
Germany
mid-infrared laser sources

Sacher Lasertechnik offers quantum cascade lasers with emission between 4 μm and 12 μm, suitable for applications like molecular spectroscopy.


See us at CLEO 2024 in Charlotte, North Carolina, United States, May 7–9 (booth 3)!

Sintec Optronics Pte Ltd (HQ)

10 Bukit Batok Crescent #07–02
The Spire
Singapore 658079

SLF Svenska Laserfabriken AB

Spannmålsvägen 5
762 51 Rimbo
Sweden
www.laserfabriken.com
E-mail:

Solar Laser Systems

4 Stebenev lane
Minsk, 220024
Belarus
www.solar-laser.com
E-mail:

Soliton Laser- und Messtechnik GmbH

Talhofstr. 32
82205 Gilching
Germany

Fully automated ultrafast tunable laser systems

SI Stuttgart Instruments GmbH

Curiestraße 2
70563 Stuttgart
Germany
web link www.s-instruments.de

E-mail:
mid-infrared laser sources

The Stuttgart Instruments Alpha is an ultrafast and fully wavelength-tunable frequency conversion system in an ultra-compact and completely passively stable system based on revolutionary parametric oscillator design which guarantees outstanding stability, reproducibility and shot-noise limited performance.

The revolutionary design of Stuttgart Instruments Alpha, characterized by outstanding low noise and passive long-term stability, is based on the fiber-feedback optical parametric oscillator (FFOPO) technology and results in outstanding performance and high flexibility at the same time.

The Alpha covers a gap-free rapid tunable spectral range from 700 nm to 20 µm wavelengths, while maintaining high output power up to the Watt-level with femto- or picosecond pulses at several MHz pulse repetition rates. It provides multiple simultaneously tunable outputs with a selectable bandwidth from a few to 100 cm-1. Shot-noise limited performance above 300 kHz, passive spectral stability (< 0.02% rms) and wavelength-independent stable beam pointing (< 30 µrad) enable excellent sensitivity. In addition, each Alpha is equipped with a user-friendly ethernet and Wi-Fi interface and a matching graphical user interface (GUI) as well as easy to access API interfaces for e.g. LabView, Python, C++.

Typically, the Alpha is pumped by an ultra-low-noise Primus pump laser, which provides more than 8 W average output power at 1040 nm wavelength and 450 fs pulse duration at 42 MHz repetition rate. In addition, the Alpha can be operated with other pump lasers around 1 µm wavelength and enough power.

Due to our modular platform, the Alpha can be adapted and optimized for various applications and is particularly suited for spectroscopic applications requiring a robust and reliable tunable radiation with low noise.


Tokyo Instruments, Inc.

6–18–14 Nishi-kasai, Edogawa-ku
Tokyo 134–0088
Japan

Topag Lasertechnik GmbH

Nieder-Ramstädter-Str. 247
64285 Darmstadt
Germany
www.topag.de
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TOPTICA Photonics AG

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

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mid-infrared laser sources

The spectral region between optics and electronics lying in the mid-infrared is difficult to access. Nevertheless it is of great spectroscopic interest because it hosts the majority of molecular finger prints: important vibrational modes with energies in the spectral range of 670 cm−1 to 3400 cm−1 can be accessed by exciting the sample at wavelengths of 3 μm to 15 μm.

TOPTICA’s ultrafast fiber laser FemtoFiber dichro midIR generates powerful radiation tunable between 3 μm – 15 μm that is ideally suited for spectroscopy and (nearfield) microscopy applications. Based on difference frequency generation (DFG) of two optically synchronized laser pulses at tunable wavelengths of 1 – 2 μm a highly stable broadband emission of approximately 400 cm−1 is generated.

TOPTICA’s continuous wave TOPO generates precise radiation tunable between 1.45 – 4+ µm with very narrow spectral width and extremely fine tuning, rendering it the ideal tool for spectroscopy of gas-phase molecules. The TOPO is a continuous wave optical parametric oscillator (OPO). As in DFG, a pump source and signal photons are mixed in a nonlinear crystal to perform downconversion, but in the TOPO the signal is self-generated by the efficient OPO process.


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von Gegerfelt Photonics

Hermann-Löns-Strasse 4
64625 Bensheim
Germany
www.vgphotonics.eu
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Wavelength Opto-Electronic (S) Pte Ltd

BLK 2 Bukit Batok St. 24, #06–01/03/09
Skytech Building
Singapore 659480

Xiton Photonics

Kohlenhofstrasse 10
67663 Kaiserslautern
Germany

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