• Sub-ns pulses up to 450 ps
  • No afterpulses (no second pulse)
  • Pulse repetition rates up to 70 kHz
  • Up to 40 kW peak power at 40 µJ
  • 355 nm available in various configurations upon customer request
  • Trigger option available


Microchip lasers are passively Q-switched lasers that achieve sub-ns pulse lengths due to the very short resonator design. Without an amplifier, high pulse peak powers of up to 40kW and pulse energies of up to 40µJ are achieved. This is the company's microchip laser Horus a very economical and extremely compact laser, which is also used for drilling circuit boards. Due to the significantly shorter pulse compared to actively Q-switched lasers, the quality of micro-processing is significantly better. But microchip lasers are also already being used successfully in measurement technology such as Raman & LIBS spectroscopy, LIDAR, atmospheric scanning and MALDI.


355nm, 532nm, 1064nm

Repetition rate

10kHz, 20kHz, 30kHz, 40kHz, 5kHz, 70kHz

Average power:

120mW, 200mW, 300mW, 420mW, 50mW, 500mW

Pulse energy

10µJ, 12µJ, 18µJ, 20µJ, 3µJ, 40µJ, 4µJ, 5µJ, 6µJ


  • 3D scanning
  • Atmospheric sciences
  • Biohazard detection
  • Biophotonics
  • Gemstone marking
  • Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS)
  • Laser-induced fluorescence (LIF)
  • Laser seeding for fiber amplification
  • Light detection and ranging (LIDAR)
  • Microdissection
  • micromachining
  • Pollution monitoring
  • Raman spectroscopy (link 1, link 2, link 3)


  • Property: value
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