FLOW CYTOMETRY, CELL SORTING, CONFOCAL MICROSCOPY – The Vortran VERSALASE Multiple Wavelength Laser Module Now Available With 561nm!
Vortran VersaLase multiple wavelength diode laser plattform for biomedical, medical, and industrial applications
It is suitable for a variety of applications in the biomedical, medical, and industrial field.
The VersaLase system is a highly stable platform that is pre-aligned to a collinear beam or can be spatially separated depending on the application. The single interface and ease of control along with the reliable beam output make it the perfect solution for a multi-channel system to reduce the cost of aligning various individual lasers during manufacturing.
MD INNOVATION TECH GmbH distributes hyperspectral imagers/microscopy, IR cameras, high-end laser diode modules, laser sources and systems as well as special laser machine construction (marking laser systems, engraving laser systems, welding laser systems, cutting laser systems, drilling laser systems, cladding laser systems, brazing laser systems). All our products belong to the modern key technologies and have special features. Our sales areas cover Germany, Austria, Switzerland, BeNeLux, Scandinavia, as well as South and East Europe.
MD INNOVATION TECH GMBH
Contact: Dr. Peter Merz
Tel: +49 9233 7157-745 or 746
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