Laser Beam Position Stabilisation

Laser beams, whether used in an experiment or in industrial applications, can move in space for many reasons:

  • Thermal drifts inside the laser
  • Thermal drifts of cooling system and mechanical laser mounts
  • Drifts of alignment and folding mirror holders
  • Air fluctuations and temperature gradients
  • Thermal effects in optical elements and mirrors
  • Movements of the experimental (optical) tables or vacuum chambers 

To have a stable laser beam position, have a look at the following products:



Aligna - Automated Laser Beam Alignment and Stabilisation system.

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Fiberlock - Automatic single-mode fiber coupling

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