Medical technology is constantly progressing and laser diodes now have a wide and growing range of medical applications.
Frankfurt Laser Company (FLC) is a distributor of laser diode arrays, vertical-cavity-surface-emitting lasers (VCSEL) and quantum cascade lasers for medical device manufacturers.
The company offers an extensive portfolio comprising Fabry Perot (FP), distributed feedback (DFB) and distributed Bragg reflector (DBR) laser diodes, as well as single mode (SM) individually addressable and broad area arrays.
FLC’s products are used to develop high-performance lasers for medical applications such as urology, general surgery, gynaecology, dentistry, cosmetics surgery and skin treatments.
Frankfurt Laser Company
High-stability biomedical laser modules for optical regulation
FLC offers the Stradus Line of biomedical high-stability laser modules by Vortran.
These high-performance circular laser diode modules meet Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) standards. They are also CE Marked and compliant with electrotechnical commission (IEC) / restriction of hazardous substances (RoHS).
FLC’s modules deliver optical power and temperature regulation, a communication interface and protection circuitry. They are optimised for biomedical, medical and industrial applications.
Featuring both USB and RS-232 connectivity, the diodes process wavelengths from 375μm to 940μm.
Multi-wavelength laser diode modules for R&D and OEM
FLC provides AKELA’s range of multi-wavelength, fibre-coupled diode laser modules for use in research and development (R&D) and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) markets.
With applications in microscopy and red green blue (RGB) projectors, the diode lasers feature blast shields, fibre interlocks, and red or green aiming beams.
AKELA’s diodes include the Trio (with or without a fibre sensor), Quinta, Setia, Doppia and Piccolor, which can handle as many as eight power emitters with wavelengths up to 18μm.
Mid-IR quantum cascade laser modules for spectroscopy
FLC presents mid-infrared (IR) quantum cascade laser (QCL) modules by MirSense. These modules are suitable for 3-14μm IR lasers, which are used in applications such as spectroscopy, including gas detection.
MultiSense’s diodes are available as standalone modules or in combination with QCL and photoacoustic cells. They detect gases at temperatures of up to 200°C, making the units suitable for incinerators or combustors.
FLC offers the PowerMir (with or without a driver), a standalone MultiSense multi-gas detection unit, or a turnkey system with the capability of holding two lasers.
About Frankfurt Laser Company
FLC strives to deliver high-quality laser technologies to the medical device market. The company works closely with partners MultiSense, AKELA and Vortran to provide diodes that meet the highest quality and regulatory standards. Other suppliers include OSRAM, USHIO, PD-LD, LED Microsensor NT, Mitsubishi and SemiNex.
The company has been one of the top distributors of semiconductor lasers for 25 years. It understands the market and sources optimal products for each client.
FLC supports international research projects such as GLAURIOUS, which was launched by the European Commission (EC).
Frankfurt Laser Company now offers a new series of high-power laser illuminators based on high quality VCSEL chips and excellent optic design. With an optical output power of up to 25W it is possible to achieve an illumination range of more than 5000m.
The new HSML-E is a series of laser diode line modules which are very compact and deliver an ultra-thin line. Laser head and laser driver are separated which allows a very compact size of the laser head of just Ø12.6mm x 44mm.
Designed to meet Raman spectroscopy requirements, Frankfurt Laser Company provides Free Space Narrow Linewidth Laser Diodes.
AKELA Laser offers the widest spectrum of laser diode modules in the industry, offering fibre-coupled and free-space laser diode modules with optical output power up to 100W operating at wavelengths ranging from 375nm to 2μ.
Frankfurt Laser Company (FLC) was established in 1994 by Dr Vsevolod Mazo and has been one of the leading addresses for semiconductor lasers for 25 years.