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Intune Technologies unveils the AltoWave1300, an 80nm fast-swept tunable laser source
September 19, 2003
DUBLIN -- Intune Technologies, a recognised global leader in optoelectronic solutions, today announces the general availability of its new AltoWave1300 fast swept tunable laser source. This new addition to the AltoWave family of products brings a much wider tuning range while maintaining impressive speed characteristics. It has a range of applications in optical sensor interrogation, and also in the test and measurement markets.
The AltoWave product line is based on semiconductor tunable lasers. This underlying technology brings new benefits to customers in a diverse range of applications in terms of cost, reliability and speed. The AltoWave1300 is a fast swept laser source covering 80nanometers in wavelength range, and is suitable for field deployment in tough environments. It can exceed the performance of lab-based solutions while also delivering reliability, ruggedness and still remain cost effective. Over 1200 individually and actively locked set points are available in this instrument, guaranteeing a long life-time of performance.
“The AltoWave1300 is yet another example of a market driven product developed by Intune”, says John Dunne, CEO. “Our customers have driven the development of this product and it is now generally available. We can deliver and support this product today, anywhere in the world, and support beta trials and individual customisations.”
The AltoWave product line is a series of tunable laser based instruments for use in a variety of diverse markets such as the oil and gas sensing industry, metrology, test and measurement, laser interferometry and lidar systems for military, aerospace and manufacturing. Each AltoWave product has excellent thermal and vibrational stability and a fast swept laser which is controlled purely by electronics and has no mechanical parts.
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