CryLaS is a globally reckoned manufacturer of diode pumped solid-state lasers. CryLaS lasers are compact and robust, plug & play systems designed for OEM integration and use as stand-alone devices in lab environments and in demanding scientific applications. Contained in sealed aluminum housings the lasers are suited for operation in a wide range of environmental conditions. Thousands of lasers are in industrial operation since many years. The product portfolio includes passively Q-switched microchip pulsed lasers from 213 to 1064 nm, and DUV cw lasers at 266 nm.
CryLaS lasers combine excellent beam quality, long term stability, low noise and a very compact design with outstanding workmanship and superior product quality. Located in Berlin, Germany, CryLaS serves customers in more than 35 countries worldwide. In addition to the experienced and technically capable direct sales and support team, CryLaS maintains a sales office in the US, and works with distributors in Asia and Europe.
The product portfolio of CryLaS includes:
CryLaS lasers combine excellent beam quality, long term stability, low noise and a very compact design with outstanding workmanship and superior product quality.
The new compact cw laser FQCW266-10-C offers 10 mW output power at 266 nm wavelength with less than 300 kHz line width. Based on a patented design, the diode pumped, frequency quadrupled laser comes as self-contained and sealed plug and play unit leading to high reliability and excellent stability. Applications include photoluminescence, UV Raman spectroscopy, laser induced fluorescence, as well as metrology and optics testing. Other models with up to 500 mW output power are also available.
The pulsed laser eMOPA213-20 offers sub-nanosecond pulses with energies up to 20 µJ at 213 nm wavelength. The peak power reaches 20 kW while the average power is as high as 20 mW. The diode pumped, frequency converted laser comes with an internal optical amplifier and is self-contained in a compact and sealed housing. Applications include marking of transparent materials, spectroscopy, laser induced fluorescence, semiconductor research, and Excimer laser replacement.