Spectra-Physics® Unveils Enhanced Widely-Tunable Ultrafast Laser for Multiphoton Imaging
“The highly successful InSight DeepSee redefined multiphoton imaging by enabling users to seamlessly image at dramatically greater depths, and the new InSight DS+ takes that performance to the next level,” says Julien Klein, senior manager, product marketing for Spectra-Physics. “As the number one supplier of ultrafast lasers, Spectra-Physics continues to further expand its portfolio of industry-leading lasers for bio-imaging.”
The new InSight DS+ offers enhanced power levels of > 1.2 W at 900 nm, > 1.0 W at 1000 nm and > 0.7 W at 1200 nm, and continuous, 680-1300 nm gap-free tuning. The short
Founded over 50 years ago as the first commercial laser company, Spectra-Physics delivers breakthrough technologies that transform the way businesses operate and people live. From the manufacturing floor to the operating room to the research laboratory, the company has blazed a trail of discovery and success in lasers that continues to advance every day. Spectra-Physics is singularly focused on helping its customers use precision laser technologies to advance leading-edge science and propel industries forward. The company does so by offering groundbreaking technologies, deep applications expertise, disruptive cost-performance, a commitment to world-class customer experience, and the highest standards for operational excellence and continuous global improvement. Spectra-Physics is a Newport company and has offices in countries around the world, serving customers across a broad range of industry segments.
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