Putting photons to work…IPS offers over 50 standard wavelengths ranging from 405 nm to 1570 nm. Our lasers are available in single mode (TEM00)/single frequency (< 100 kHz FWHM) or multi-mode with power > 6W, and can be ordered free space or fiber coupled. We offer OEM components and OEM modules with integral control electronics, along with fully “turn-key” UL/CE and IEC certified systems. Read More
When precision and repeatability matter…IPS lasers are ideal for use in Raman spectroscopy, microscopy, fiber laser seeding & pumping, remote sensing, THz generation, imaging and illumination & many other applications. IPS supplies over 80% of all OEM Raman system manufacturers with diode based excitation sources for microscopy and hand-held spectroscopy. And our products are known for high performance and reliability. Read More
Your strategic partner for cutting edge packaging and sensing solutions…IPS teams with our customers to provide cutting edge optoelectronic solutions. Our core competencies in laser diode growth, processing, and high reliability packaging; combined with our novel micro optics hybridization techniques and electronic integration allows IPS to offer ultra-miniaturized system solutions to offer our customers optimized product solutions that minimize component footprint and cost while maximizing performance. Give us your hardest problems…We will give you Innovative Photonic Solutions… Read More
Modular By Design
IPS offers customized and semi-customized solutions based upon our modular system designs to optimize our customer’s product performance. Select wavelength, power, output (fiber coupled or open beam) and other value-add options (integral optical isolators, dual Raman filter packs, beam expanders, etc.) to minimize size & enhance performance while managing cost.
Custom Project Case Studies
IPS Teamed with BioMark Diagnostics to develop a novel SERS reader for cancer screening. The system’s modular design incorporates our high throughput integrated Raman probe with a compact spectrometer and computer interface and will be used to rapidly validate the efficacy of cancer treatments.
Luminist (a biomedical diagnostics startup) worked with IPS to develop a compact Raman Optical Activity (ROA) system to conduct a proof of principle study while participating in a startup accelerator. IPS designed, integrated, and delivered the initial prototype system in three months and enabled Luminist to demonstrate their concept and exceed their fundraising goals.
IPS was approached by the US government to provide a speckle free light source to enable iris recognition at extended distances. We developed a multi-wavelength system that solved a problem known as “Photon Starvation”, and enables detection at distances greater than 100 ft.
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