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Energetiq Technology; Enhanced Performance EQ-99X-Series Laser-Driven Light Sources

Published: Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Last Updated: Wednesday, January 29, 2014
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The Laser-Driven Light Sources are introduced at Photonics West 2014.

Based on the highly successful EQ‐99 series of Laser‐Driven Light Sources (LDLS™), the EQ‐99X‐Series offers ultraclean construction for greater long‐term stability and longer operating life. The EQ‐99XFC LDLS with fiber‐coupled output features new Fiber‐ Protection Technology™, shown to improve long‐term deep ultraviolet output by an order of magnitude.


“These are exciting enhancements to our industry‐leading Laser‐Driven Light Sources,” said Paul Blackborow, CEO of Energetiq. “With the new ultra‐clean construction and Fiber‐Protection Technology, the X‐Series LDLS products will deliver to our customers even brighter, even more stable, broadband Laser‐Driven Light Sources.”


LDLS X‐Series products include:
• EQ‐99X – Compact, Long‐Life, High‐Brightness, Broadband Laser‐Driven Light Source
• EQ‐99XFC – Compact, Long‐Life, High‐Brightness, Broadband Laser‐Driven Light Source with Fiber‐Coupled Output


Energetiq’s LDLS products are cutting edge light sources that produce extreme high brightness over a broad spectral range, from 170nm to 2100nm (UV‐Vis‐NIR). Combined with 10X the lifetime of traditional xenon and deuterium lamps, the LDLS products enable higher performance spectroscopy or imaging applications at lower cost of ownership.


The EQ‐99 LDLS series received the prestigious R & D 100 Award in 2011 for its
technological significance, and a 2011 Prism Award for Photonics Innovation.


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