MultiLine LaserBank

MultiLine LaserBank

• Houses up to six laser modules
• Flexible and user-configurable combination of wavelengths
• Multiple interlocks
• Upgradeable and serviceable on site

Product Description

To take advantage of the introduction of increasingly powerful diode lasers at a wide range of wavelengths, we have recently re-engineered our MultiLine LaserBank. The new design offers the flexibility to have multiple output ports via single or multi-mode fibres for TIRF, FRAP, photolysis, spinning disk confocal, optogenetics and other research applications. The LaserBank is upgradeable and alignable on-site, and in addition to being a core component in our high end imaging systems, it is also designed as a standalone unit for biophysics laboratories or OEM suppliers to house a select range of commercially available lasers.. The system can accommodate up to six lasers which can be combined into up to eight different fibres with arbitrary light distribution or sharing of wavelengths between ports. Mechanical shutters are available as required. The lasers can be controlled using the Cairn MultiLine controller with computer and / or front panel digital and analogue modulation, or used with the laser manufacturer or other third-party power supply.
The Cairn Research Laserbank is a new modular design introducing interchangeability, power with a compact ergonomic design.

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• Spinning disk and other multipoint confocal imaging
• Point-scanning confocal imaging
• Multi-channel TIRF
• Photolysis
• Optogenetics

Key Benefits

• Houses up to six laser modules
• Configured with up to eight single-mode or multi mode-fibre outputs
• Flexible combination of wavelengths
• Fast analogue and digital modulation from PC or front panel
• Multiple interlocks and safety shutters
• Dedicated support for iLAS 2 (Roper Scientific) and X-Light (Crest Optics)
• TriLine (three laser version) also available

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