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New laser wavelengths & application notes for Raman spectroscopy!

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Robust and compact Laser-Serie for spectroscopy applications – Cobolt is recognized on the market for providing a very broad coverage of compact, high performance, continuous wave lasers with reliable single-frequency or narrow-linewidth performance. Thanks to the company’s proprietary HTCure™ manufacturing technology, the lasers are exceptionally robust and reliable being basically insensitive to environmental and mechanical shock.

Cobolt AB, a part of HÜBNER Photonics, introduces new wavelengths in the 08-01 Series of 457 nm, 473 nm, 515 nm, 660 nm and 1064 nm – up to 400 mW, complementing already available wavelengths of 405 nm, 532 nm, 561 nm and 785 nm – up to 500 mW. The 08-01 Series of single frequency and narrow linewidth lasers are ideal for Raman spectroscopy applications. With 5 new wavelengths, Cobolt 08-01 Series has the most extensive laser offering especially designed for Raman customers.

  • All-integrated electronics and optional isolator (immune to optical feedback)
    integrated spectral filter and fiber coupled option
  • Excellent frequency stability and spectral purity

The 08-01 Series consists of high performance, ultra-compact, single longitudinal mode (SLM) diode pumped lasers (08-DPL) up to 400 mW and narrow linewidth diode lasers (08-NLD) up to 500 mW, all having exceptional wavelength stability and spectral purity. With totally integrated electronics, an integrated optional optical isolator and clean up filter, the lasers from the 08-01 Series are easily integrated into high end Raman based systems or other analytical instrumentation.


How Lasers are Used in Modern Raman Spectroscopy? Cobolt AB is one of the leading suppliers of high performance diode-pumped lasers and laser diodes in the UV, visible and near-infrared spectral ranges.

How do I select my laser for Raman? Read about the important performance characteristics to consider when selecting your laser.

Read about the potential advantages of 405nm narrow linewidth lasers for Raman experiments.

Read about how high performance High-Speed 785nm NIR lasers can potentially speed up your Raman data aquisition.

If you are unsure of which wavelength you need, use the Cobolt wavelength guide!

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