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Genesis CX-Series

The Genesis CX STM-Series and Genesis CX SLM-Series make up a family of high-power continuous wave (CW) lasers that use optically pumped semiconductor (OPS) technology. The superior mode quality of the Genesis CX-Series target high-power applications in life sciences, research, holography, and interferometry. Genesis CX-Series are available in an OEM configuration as well as with a bench-top controller for end user (front-panel interface) applications.

Both models feature:

  • high-power capabilities with extremely low-noise performance.
  • PermAlign™ bonded optics
  • FAP-B™ technology with AAA diode material
  • eliminating root cause for sample damage in the UV
  • industrial reliability and uptime
  • ease-of-use in OEM or end user applications
  • convenience and stability for integration

For Your Most Demanding High-Power Applications

Specs
CX STM
CX SLM
Power
Up to 10W visible, 250 mW UV
Up to 5W visible, 100 mW UV
Standard Wavelengths
355 nm to 577 nm
355 nm to 577 nm
Beam Quality
M2 < 1.1
M2 <1.1
Noise % RMS
< 0.1%
< 0.1%
Stability 8 Hours
< ± 1%
< ± 1%
Features
Single transverse mode (TEM00)
Single-frequency output

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