TIPD has successfully delivered 244nm UV laser for Raman Spectroscopy to both Redstone Arsenal for remote detection of chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) material and to NASA for remote detection of terrestrial atmospheric gasses. The lasers are based upon TIPD’s unique frequency doubling cavities. The UV lasers operate at 244 nm with a CW output power of >100 mW and a linewidth that can be as narrow as 0.003 cm -1 (75Mhz) depending on the master laser source. The lasers offer improved SWaP performance compared to existing commercial lasers. The lasers have demonstrated robust and stable operation over timeframes required for high resolution Raman spectroscopy.
TIPD has successfully delivered 257 nm UV laser for Raman Spectroscopy to commercial customers for remote detection of chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) material. The pulsed laser is based upon a novel saturable absorber master oscillator power amplifier (MOPA) configuration and TIPD’s high efficiency single pass frequency doubling design. The UV lasers operate at 257 nm with an average power output power of 75 mW and 5ps pulses with a 10kHz pulse rate. The lasers is designed for lab operation and does not need water cooling.