Laser Quantum ventus

  • Laser Quantum: Need a highly reliable laser with excellent beam qualities for Raman spectroscopy?

    Laser Quantum: Need a highly reliable laser with excellent beam qualities for Raman spectroscopy?

    The Laser Quantum ventus 532 is built for Raman spectroscopy applications, with an M2 close to unity allowing for a tighter focal point hence a higher intensity. Raman spectroscopy is a weak process, so you need a high intensity IR necessary to obtain a good signal​. The tight focal point is also important for spatial resolution. If you want to look at a small area/volume of a sample, you need to focus the laser to a small spot (which requires an M2 close to 1).  The ventus has a leading noise specification of <0.15% RMS, enabling a stable and consistent result in Raman spectrum: due to the weak scattering process, you want a laser that is consistent in power. As is common in Raman, customers take multiple spectra and average these, so you need your laser to be as stable as possible to make these consistent measurements, as any changes in the noise is ‘passed’ on to the final Raman spectrum​, the ventus sizably reducing this risk with its low noise. During Raman spectroscopy, having the flexibility to couple to a microscope offers ease of integration as your laser can be placed anywhere in the lab and the ventus can be free spaced coupled to a microscope. And finally, the ventus has a wavelength of 532.8 nm better than ±1 nm, making it easy to find filters to suit your set-up.

    If you are involved in Raman spectroscopy and want to find out more, enquire today about the ventus 532.

    Watch Laser Quantum's Raman spectroscopy video to learn more:

  • Laser Quantum ventus cw laser and Raman Spectroscopy animation

    Laser Quantum ventus cw laser and Raman Spectroscopy animation

    Based on the Raman spectroscopy technique, Laser Quantum has released its next animation video. Raman spectroscopy is a powerful technique for compound identification; both organic and inorganic specimen identification and polarisation analysis using either a fibre-coupled or a free-space laser. The animation focusses on the Laser Quantum ventus family, and how this continuous-wave family of lasers can bring out the key requirements for achieving the best Raman technique.

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  • Laser Quantum ventus

    Laser Quantum ventus

    The Laser Quantum ventus family of CW lasers is designed to exceed the demands of the scientific customer where flexibility, reliability and beam quality are critical. Each laser is highly compact, and can be operated via the control unit, simple software, Labview or with the Laser Quantum RemoteApp software that allows operation across the internet, and even connection for optimisation procedures.

    With MTTF figures in the hundreds of thousand hours, each laser is rigorously tested for impact resistance via a drop test, temperature and power cycling to ensure that every delivery works first time and exhibits long trouble free lifetimes.

    With a wavelength range covering 473nm to 671nm and powers from 50mW to 1.5W, all within the same housing, theventus family is ideal for research applications in biomedical imaging, microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, DNA sequencing, opto-genetics and anywhere a high specification, reliable laser is needed.

  • Laser Quantum ventus 473

    Laser Quantum ventus 473

    The Laser Quantum ventus family of CW lasers is designed to exceed the demands of the scientific customer where flexibility, reliability and beam quality are critical. Each laser is highly compact, and can be operated via the control unit, simple software, Labview or with the Laser Quantum RemoteApp software that allows operation across the internet, and even connection for optimisation procedures.

    With MTTF figures in the hundreds of thousand hours, each laser is rigorously tested for impact resistance via a drop test, temperature and power cycling to ensure that every delivery works first time and exhibits long trouble free lifetimes.

    With a wavelength range covering 473 nm to 1064 nm and powers from 50 mW to 1.5 W, all within the same housing, the ventus family is ideal for research applications in biomedical imaging, microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, DNA sequencing, optogenetics and anywhere a high specification, reliable laser is needed.

  • Laser Quantum ventus 532

    Laser Quantum ventus 532

    The Laser Quantum ventus family of CW lasers is designed to exceed the demands of the scientific customer where flexibility, reliability and beam quality are critical. Each laser is highly compact, and can be operated via the control unit, simple software, Labview or with the Laser Quantum RemoteApp software that allows operation across the internet, and even connection for optimisation procedures.

    With MTTF figures in the hundreds of thousand hours, each laser is rigorously tested for impact resistance via a drop test, temperature and power cycling to ensure that every delivery works first time and exhibits long trouble free lifetimes.

    With a wavelength range covering 473 nm to 1064 nm and powers from 50 mW to 1.5 W, all within the same housing, the ventus family is ideal for research applications in biomedical imaging, microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, DNA sequencing, optogenetics and anywhere a high specification, reliable laser is needed.

  • Laser Quantum ventus 561

    Laser Quantum ventus 561

    The Laser Quantum ventus family of CW lasers is designed to exceed the demands of the scientific customer where flexibility, reliability and beam quality are critical. Each laser is highly compact, and can be operated via the control unit, simple software, Labview or with the Laser Quantum RemoteApp software that allows operation across the internet, and even connection for optimisation procedures.

    With MTTF figures in the hundreds of thousand hours, each laser is rigorously tested for impact resistance via a drop test, temperature and power cycling to ensure that every delivery works first time and exhibits long trouble free lifetimes.

    With a wavelength range covering 473 nm to 1064 nm and powers from 50 mW to 1.5 W, all within the same housing, the ventus family is ideal for research applications in biomedical imaging, microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, DNA sequencing, optogenetics and anywhere a high specification, reliable laser is needed.

  • Laser Quantum ventus 660

    Laser Quantum ventus 660

    The Laser Quantum ventus family of CW lasers is designed to exceed the demands of the scientific customer where flexibility, reliability and beam quality are critical. Each laser is highly compact, and can be operated via the control unit, simple software, Labview or with the Laser Quantum RemoteApp software that allows operation across the internet, and even connection for optimisation procedures.

    With MTTF figures in the hundreds of thousand hours, each laser is rigorously tested for impact resistance via a drop test, temperature and power cycling to ensure that every delivery works first time and exhibits long trouble free lifetimes.

    With a wavelength range covering 473 nm to 1064 nm and powers from 50 mW to 1.5 W, all within the same housing, the ventus family is ideal for research applications in biomedical imaging, microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, DNA sequencing, optogenetics and anywhere a high specification, reliable laser is needed.

  • Laser Quantum ventus 671

    Laser Quantum ventus 671

    The Laser Quantum ventus family of CW lasers is designed to exceed the demands of the scientific customer where flexibility, reliability and beam quality are critical. Each laser is highly compact, and can be operated via the control unit, simple software, Labview or with the Laser Quantum RemoteApp software that allows operation across the internet, and even connection for optimisation procedures.

    With MTTF figures in the hundreds of thousand hours, each laser is rigorously tested for impact resistance via a drop test, temperature and power cycling to ensure that every delivery works first time and exhibits long trouble free lifetimes.

    With a wavelength range covering 473 nm to 1064 nm and powers from 50 mW to 1.5 W, all within the same housing, the ventus family is ideal for research applications in biomedical imaging, microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, DNA sequencing, optogenetics and anywhere a high specification, reliable laser is needed.

  • Laser Quantum ventus solo

    Laser Quantum ventus solo

    The Laser Quantum ventus family of CW lasers is designed to exceed the demands of the scientific customer where flexibility, reliability and beam quality are critical. Each laser is highly compact, and can be operated via the control unit, simple software, Labview or with the Laser Quantum RemoteApp software that allows operation across the internet, and even connection for optimisation procedures.

    With MTTF figures in the hundreds of thousand hours, each laser is rigorously tested for impact resistance via a drop test, temperature and power cycling to ensure that every delivery works first time and exhibits long trouble free lifetimes.

    With a wavelength range covering 473 nm to 1064 nm and powers from 50 mW to 1.5 W, all within the same housing, the ventus family is ideal for research applications in biomedical imaging, microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, DNA sequencing, optogenetics and anywhere a high specification, reliable laser is needed.

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