Medical: Biomedical Imaging

Fluorophore-specific wavelengths are critical as is speed and accuracy for laser beam steering components for best imaging results.

About Medical: Biomedical Imaging

Biomedical imaging is a broad topic covering fluorescence imaging, cell sorting, cytometry, and microscopy. In this resolution, sample damage and fluorophore-specific wavelengths are critical as is speed and accuracy for laser beam steering components. OEMs and end-users need to optimize their systems to ensure that complex beam shaping can be achieved without the loss of power. Novanta laser sub-systems offer:


  • Improved resolution and testing times to solve complex challenges
  • Options to create photons, shape photons and steer photons
  • Best power to size ratio solutions for easy integration
  • High-speed scanning options from a single supplier
  • The range of wavelengths allows highly specific structures to be imaged when partnered with excitation light of the right wavelength
  • Wavelengths are well matched to the application and offering greatly improved stability in power and narrower linewidth, reducing the requirement for expensive filter sets
  • Stability, size, and easy integration into any OEM system, including the use of fiber coupling, all can be controlled by software or manually by controls on the power supply.

Meeting the highest standards for medical solutions

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