CW laser diode module / solid-state / infrared / visible
TripleWavelength Series Omicron Laserprodukte GmbH



  • Operational mode:


  • Technology :


  • Spectrum:

    infrared, visible

  • Other characteristics:

    modulated, compact, OEM, semiconductor

  • Applications:


  • Wavelength:

    Min.: 375 nm

    Max.: 1,060 nm

  • Power:

    Min.: 0.005 W

    Max.: 0.5 W


Laser diode modules with three wavelengths in a co-linear laser beam

The diode lasers of the Bluephoton® / Greenphoton® / Redphoton® TripleWavelength Series are temperature-stabilized laser diode modules with three wavelengths, whose laser beams are united over special co-linear optics. You have free selection of two available wavelengths in the range from 375 to 1064 nm and stipulate yourself which operating mode each individual wavelength should have – CW, digital modulated, analog modulated, or Deepstar®. Fiber-coupled, free beam or direct focussing, everything is possible. Whether 405 nm, 442 nm and 635 nm for confocal microscopy, or 445 nm, 532 nm and 635 nm for RGB applications in reprography, microfilm illumination or laser projection, the TripleWavelength laser diode modules are a compact solution for all OEM manufacturers and users who do not wish to be concerned any longer with beam combination and extensive setting adjustment. As a result of their intelligent laser controller with interface RS-232, these lasers can be integrated seamlessly into applications and controlled. Through the standardized “Command Line Interface” (CLI), you have at all times full control of all parameters of the laser, such as for example laser diode temperature, laser powers and currents, operating modes and lots more. The systems consist of a laser head, two laser controllers in the EMC-screened modular housing and, according to controller variant, with 24 V DC or 85-245 V AC supply voltage. As in case of all lasers of the Bluephoton® and Redphoton® Series, the laser head can be adapted very simply to customer specifications by the use of the modular principle.