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Ultra G Green Lasers Now Available from AMS Technologies

Laser Operations LLC released the Ultra-G green laser product line, a new visible laser product family based on QPC Lasers' proprietary BrightLock monolithic chip wavelength stabilization technology.

Ultra-G 532 nm green lasers offer unmatched power and temperature stability, as well as industry leading brightness and form factors for the defense (non-lethal visual disruption), medical (dermatology and ophthalmology ) and high power display markets (projection laser displays). The Ultra-G provides a compact, cost-effective and passively cooled solution operating over a wide temperature range for demanding applications. The Ultra-G is available from AMS Technologies in France, Germany, Spain, the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Designed for medical applications, the BrightLock Ultra-G MEDICA package features a compact, user-friendly and cost-effective fiber-coupled source delivering greater than 3W CW at 532 nm in a narrow core detachable delivery fiber combined with smart medical features such as low power aiming beam, fiber detector and removable blast shield for applications in dermatology and ophthalmology.

The BrightLock Ultra-G is also available as an energy efficient, compact and ruggedized package delivering a collimated beam of up to 6W CW of visible green light at 532 nm, which is ideally suited for applications including long range non-lethal visual disruption applications in defense and law enforcement. Laser display manufacturers developing digital cinema and front projectors can also leverage the Ultra-G's BrightLock monolithic stabilization technology for stable and passively cooled operation over a wide temperature range.

Ultra-G 532 nm lasers are the latest addition to the QPC's Ultra product line of efficient, compact, passively-cooled high brightness modules, which incorporate QPC's BrightLase and BrightLock proprietary advanced semiconductor laser chip technologies at wavelengths ranging from 532 nm to 1920 nm.

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