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Press Releases from LIMO Lissotschenko Mikrooptik GmbH (8 total)

Blue Laser Light – Precision Pure: Monolithic Focusing Optics for Single Emitt …

Dortmund-based LIMO Lissotschenko Mikrooptik GmbH is far from being a greenhorn when it comes to blue laser light. The new trend is towards single emitter diode lasers (spectral width: 420 to 470 nanometres) which, due to higher outputs of up to 1-2 W, are becoming increasingly popular in lithographicy, the structuring of flat panel displays and in measuring technology (e.g. in particle analysis). The blue semiconductor laser emitters' claim to

Compact, powerful and creative: The little mite with radiant charisma - L-Mount: …

At first glance the visitors at LASER World of Photonics China will probably not notice anything. Talk is of a new version of the L-Mount fiber-coupled diode laser module which LIMO Lissotschenko Mikrooptik GmbH of Dortmund will display in Shanghai (booth #W1.1231). "With its 60 watts our newcomer delivers very high output for the very small fiber diameter of 200 micrometers", Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Andre Gruetz (Director of Photonics & Medical

Lutz Aschke new member of the board of directors of the Laser Institute of Ameri …

Dr. Lutz Aschke has been elected to the board of directors of the Laser Institute of America (LIA) for the period 2012 to 2014. As the Managing Director of LIMO, Lutz Aschke is a regular player on the international stage. For over 40 years now, the mission of the LIA has been to bring together the best minds in laser technology in cross-continental specialist conferences, to exchange current knowledge on

Paul Harten becomes Managing Director of LIMO

Dr. Paul Harten, long-standing Prokurist (person vested with general commercial power of representation) and CMO at LIMO, has been named third Managing Director as of 1st October 2011. Since he joined LIMO in 2002 Paul Harten has left his own decisive mark on the company's external image with his personality and dedication. He will immediately provide Managing Directors Dr. Vitalij Lissotschenko (founder and owner) and Dr. Lutz Aschke with more

When fibers burn: Quick window replacement instead of laser failure

Medical laser with replaceable window: "Window of opportunity" for protection from laser failure LIMO Lissotschenko Mikrooptik GmbH of Dortmund have opened up a special "window of opportunity" for their compact medical lasers. The Westphalian company has given its L-Mount type fiber-coupled diode laser modules an additional replaceable window which saves the user both time and money. The L-Mount modules have a very compact, hermetically sealed housing. The laser (output: 30

Ecological jack of all trades from Dortmund - 1.3 kW diode laser with 30-percent …

LIMO Lissotschenko Mikrooptik GmbH, located in Dortmund, world market leader in the field of refractive micro-optics, is increasingly conquering the world of laser systems. The latest example bears the nondescript name, LIMO1300-F200-SL808/9xx-EX1472, but it is a special type of "green system" in the truest sense of the word. The beam-shaping experts have developed a new 1.3 kW diode laser that has wall-plug efficiency of 30 percent, (including cooling). A comparison

Now with Back-Reflection Filter: Reliable LIMO pump module with 793 nm Central W …

LIMO’s laser sources have been successfully in use in various pump applications worldwide for many years twenty-four hours a day. Just in time for the BIOS (booth #8601) and the Photonics West 2011 (south hall, booth #601) LIMO expands its product portfolio. As of now, LIMO diode lasers with a central wavelength of 793 nm are additionally equipped with back-reflection filters for the wavelength range of 1.9 to 2.1 µm.

Medical laser with two parallel wavelengths for quick, uncomplicated surgical tr …

At the BIOS 2011 (booth 8601) LIMO presents the particularly compact diode laser with a wavelength of 1470 nm that has been supplemented by an additional parallel wavelength: 980 nm, 940 nm or 810 nm. This long established standard wavelength on the medical market, combined with the expedient wavelength of 1470 nm, can be individually controlled. The power rating of the fiber-coupled laser is 15 W and 30 W. On