Posted: March 30, 2010

Elliot Scientific Now Taking Orders For New Axiom Laser

(Nanowerk News) Following intense pre-launch interest, Elliot Scientific is now ready to take additional orders for the Axiom laser developed by Scottish company Solus Technologies.
Their new solid-state Axiom delivers 0.5 Watt continuous wave (CW) performance on the important 514 nm green line, allowing Axiom to replace legacy Argon-Ion systems. Axiom combines its excellent beam quality with high power and narrow linewidth to excel in a broad range of lab or industry applications, such as biophotonics and metrology.
Not only does Axiom offer outstanding power and flexibility from a compact, reliable and cost effective form factor, but it can also be delivered with a user specified operating wavelength that's accurate to 1 nm anywhere in the range 500 and 599 nm.
Axiom has been well-designed: a simple graphical user interface plus integrated systems that take care of control and provide feedback on its performance make operating this laser easier than anything before.
If you have any questions about Axiom, or distinct requirements, then please contact Elliot Scientific.
About Elliot Scientific
Elliot Scientific, based in Harpenden UK, is a major supplier of Opto-Mechanic, Laser, Cryogenic, Magnetic, Telecom and Datacom components and systems to the Scientific, Research and Industrial communities. We supply world class products sourced from many British, North American, European and Far Eastern companies. In addition, we manufacture our own ranges that are marketed under the Elliot|Martock and Elliot Scientific brands.
About Solus Technologies
Solus Technologies, based in Glasgow, Scotland, is a manufacturer of an innovative range of Semiconductor Disk Lasers (SDL) that utilise unique, custom-designed semiconductor structures. Their experience in III-V semiconductors, optical components and DPSS laser engineering brings products and solutions to a diverse range of customers, from OEM applications - for example, high volume printing and semiconductor metrology - through to precision scientific markets such as high resolution spectroscopy.
Source: Elliot Scientific (press release)
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