Cobolt AB, a part of HÜBNER Photonics, proudly market releases the Cobolt Skyra™, a revolutionary multi-line laser platform. With up to 4 wavelengths permanently aligned in a single compact package (70 x 134 x 38 mm) and requiring no external electronics, the Cobolt Skyra™ will enable the next generation of compact and easy-to-use analytical instrumentation for the life science market.
The laser is built using Cobolt’s proprietary HTCure™ manufacturing technology for ultimate robustness in a compact, hermetically sealed package. HTCure™ results in an ultra-stable, permanent alignment of optical elements, with very precise and stable overlap of the combined output beams. As a result, Cobolt lasers have proven to deliver unmatched reliability and performance both in the lab and industrial environments with demonstrated lifetime capability of >60 000 hours and several thousand units installed in the field.
Offering up to 4 laser lines in a box that can fit into the palm of your hand (70 x 134 x 38 mm),requiring no external electronics, the Cobolt Skyra™ will enable the next generation of compact and easy-to-use analytical instrumentation for the life science market.Up to 4 laser lines permanently aligned in a single small compact size
- perfect for life science applications
- Up to 100 mW of optical power per laser line
- Direct intensity modulation capability
- Combine up to 4 laser lines, permanently aligned in a single small compact size
Cobolt supplies high performance CW and Q-switched lasers, for stand-alone use or OEM integration in equipment for fluorescence analysis, Raman spectroscopy, interferometric metrology, micromachining and environmental monitoring. The Cobolt lasers are based on tailored nonlinear optical crystals for efficient frequency conversion and are manufactured in a compact and robust hermetically sealed package using proprietary HTCureTM Technology, which provides outstandingly high tolerance to demanding environmental conditions and ensured lifetime. Cobolt is a part of HÜBNER Photonics and is based in Stockholm, Sweden.