Thorlabs, Inc.

We offer our customers stock delivery on tunable lasers from our Sweden Facility, optical tables from stock in the US and the UK, and sophisticated nano-positioning systems direct from our factory within days. In Germany we now produce a full line of power meters and balance detectors that we stock both in the US and Europe. Thorlabs

  • 973-300-3000
  • 56 Sparta Ave
    Newton, NJ 07860
    United States

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  • Optomechanical Devices

    Thorlabs, Inc.

    Optomechanical devices include motorized filter wheels, a lab safety optical beam shutter, a five-bladed diaphragm optical beam shutter, a motorized flip mount, an optical chopper, scanning galvo mirrors, a deformable mirror, a motorized pinhole wheel, and adaptive optics.

  • Optomechanics

    Thorlabs, Inc.

    Welcome to Thorlabs; below you will find links to our extensive Optomechanical product line, a subset of our entire line of photonics products. Optomechanics is a broad category that includes optical tables and breadboards, optical mounts and construction components, mechanical devices with integrated electronics, kits that make it easy to buy a popular set of components or a set of components that can be assembled to perform a specific function, and general laboratory supplies and tools. Because of the large selection, Optomechanics does not include translation and rotation stages and their controllers; instead those products have their own category:

  • OCT Imaging

    Thorlabs, Inc.

    Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) imaging on the system, subsystem, and component level. Our drive for innovation is shaping our entire rapidly expanding product line. Complete SD-OCT systems are available that are out-of-the-box ready for biological, industrial, and research applications. In addition to our standard OCT systems, Thorlabs offers Doppler OCT extensions for specialized applications. For customers building or modifying their own system, a line of components that have been tested for use in OCT applications is available. In addition to the growing portfolio of standard OCT systems that we offer, Thorlabs is dedicated to providing OCT solutions to meet specific applications. Please contact us to discuss how our OCT technologies can be applied to meet your unique requirements.

  • Scientific Cameras

    Thorlabs, Inc.

    Thorlabs' Scientific-Grade CCD Cameras are specifically designed for microscopy and other demanding applications. Our monochrome and color scientific cameras are based on high quantum efficiency, low-noise CCD imagers, which makes them ideal for multispectral imaging, fluorescence microscopy, and other imaging techniques.The features and options in our cameras have been chosen and optimized to benefit your research. For example, cooled cameras are available for low-light, long exposure applications. Choose from two industry-standard interfaces designed to ease integration of multiple cameras or to maximize data transfer rates. An intuitive software package, API and SDK for developers, and third-party software support provide options for custom system control and image acquisition.

  • sCMOS Camera

    Quantalux - Thorlabs, Inc.

    Thorlabs' Quantalux™ Scientific CMOS (sCMOS) Camera offers extremely low read noise and high sensitivity for demanding imaging applications. The compact housing has been engineered to provide passive thermal management for the sensor, reducing dark current without the need for a cooling fan or thermoelectric cooler. These features makes the Quantalux camera ideally suited for low-light imaging applications such as fluorescence microscopy.

  • Electrophysiology

    Thorlabs, Inc.

    Burleigh's® microscope platforms, micromanipulators, and accessories provide leading edge stability and control for electrophysiology research. The Gibraltar platform supports microscopes from popular third-party manufacturers such as Olympus, Zeiss, Nikon, and Leica, and our manual and motorized micromanipulator assemblies offer excellent control for patch clamping experiments.

  • Imaging Systems & Components

    Thorlabs, Inc.

    Bergamo II Multiphoton Microscopes: These microscopes offer independent scan paths for fast functional imaging and 5-axis control over the imaging plane. With full support for techniques involving DIC and Dodt contrast, they are well suited for applications ranging from imaging cells to studying physiological responses in awake and behaving animals.EnVista Whole-Slide Scanning Research Microscope: Our EnVista system provides a fast, accurate solution for whole-slide imaging. Available for brightfield and fluorescence imaging, EnVista offers greatly increased imaging speeds when compared to stop-and-stare techniques, as well as large-format images that don't require stitching.Cerna Microscopy Platform: Designed for imaging requirements ranging from routine experiments to advanced optical system development, the Cerna microscopy platform makes it easy to customize a setup to the needs of the experiment. It offers a large working volume around the optical path and a broad selection of optical modules.

  • Galvo-Resonant Scan Head and Controller

    Thorlabs, Inc.

    Our LSK-GR08(/M) Galvo-Resonant Scanner contains one resonant scan mirror and one galvo scan mirror that deflect an incident laser beam in X and Y, respectively. Identical to the galvo-resonant scanner used in our Bergamo® II multiphoton microscopes and complete Cerna®-based confocal systems, the 8 kHz resonant frequency of the resonant scan mirror enables much higher-speed scans than a galvo-galvo system. In our Bergamo system, the scanner can achieve 30 fps at 512 x 512 pixels image resolution.

  • Light Analysis

    Thorlabs, Inc.

    Welcome to Thorlabs; below you will find links to detectors and instrumentation that measure the various properties of light, a subset of our entire line of photonics products. Thorlabs offers an extensive selection of instruments that measure the properties of light. Our versatile power and energy meters can be used with over 25 different sensors in order to make NIST-traceable power and energy measurements. If the convenience of a meter is not desired, our selection of detectors includes basic photodiodes (uncalibrated and calibrated), photodetectors (biased, amplified, and avalanche), CCD and CMOS arrays, position detectors, integrating spheres, and photomultiplier tubes. The Beam Characterization category contains beam profilers (camera and scanning slit), a wavefront sensor, spectrometers, and interferometers, while the Polarimetery link leads to a selection of instruments used to measure and control the polarization of light.

  • Light Sources

    Thorlabs, Inc.

    Welcome to Thorlabs; below you will find links to light emitters, sources, and controllers, a subset of our entire line of photonics products. Our light sources are conveniently separated into coherent and incoherent sources. The coherent source category includes laser diodes, laser diode modules, tunable lasers, HeNe lasers, and femtosecond lasers, while the incoherent source link brings you to a selection of LEDs, white light, and broadband SLD sources. The Quantum Electronics category includes optical amplifiers, modulators, and gain elements that are frequently used in research and OEM applications. All of our light sources and optical amplifiers are supported by an extensive line of mounts, sockets, TEC controllers, and current controllers.

  • M2 Beam Quality Analysis System

    M2MS-BP209IR2/M - Thorlabs, Inc.

    Thorlabs' M2 Measurement Systems provide self-contained, turn-key solutions for measuring M2, divergence, focus diameter, waist position, Rayleigh length and other laser beam quality metrics. Pre-configured, factory-aligned systems covering wavelength ranges between 400 nm and 2700 nm.

  • M² Measurement Systems

    Thorlabs, Inc.

    Thorlabs' M2 Measurement Systems provide self-contained, turn-key solutions for measuring M2, divergence, focus diameter, waist position, Rayleigh length and other laser beam quality metrics. Pre-configured, factory-aligned systems covering wavelength ranges between 250 nm and 2700 nm are available. Choose from among systems that have a scanning-slit beam profiler, a camera beam profiler, or no beam profiler.

  • Galvo Mirror Systems

    Thorlabs, Inc.

    Thorlabs offers Galvo Mirror Systems for both small (<5 mm) and large (<10 mm) beam diameters. Choose from single- or dual-axis galvo motor options as well as your choice of metallic silver, metallic gold, a dual band dielectric coating for 532/1064 nm, or a broadband dielectric coating for 400 - 750 nm.

  • Fourier Transform Optical Spectrum Analyzer, 600 - 1700 nm

    OSA202C - Thorlabs, Inc.

    Thorlabs' Optical Spectrum Analyzers (OSAs) perform highly accurate spectral measurements. Compatible with fiber-coupled and free-space light sources, these compact benchtop instruments suit a wide variety of applications, such as analyzing the spectrum of a telecom signal, resolving the Fabry-Perot modes of a gain chip, and identifying gas absorption lines. Many commonly available OSAs use grating-based monochromators, which have slow acquisition times due to the need to mechanically scan the grating and average out noise at each wavelength. Thorlabs' OSAs acquire the spectrum via a Fourier transform using a scanning Michelson interferometer in a push/pull configuration. This approach dramatically improves the acquisition time, enables a high-precision wavelength meter mode with 7 significant figures and ±1 part-per-million accuracy, and allows the included software to provide robust statistical analysis of the acquired spectra, as explained in the Design tab.

  • Fourier Transform Optical Spectrum Analyzer, 350 - 1100 nm

    OSA201C - Thorlabs, Inc.

    Thorlabs' Optical Spectrum Analyzers (OSAs) perform highly accurate spectral measurements. Compatible with fiber-coupled and free-space light sources, these compact benchtop instruments suit a wide variety of applications, such as analyzing the spectrum of a telecom signal, resolving the Fabry-Perot modes of a gain chip, and identifying gas absorption lines. Many commonly available OSAs use grating-based monochromators, which have slow acquisition times due to the need to mechanically scan the grating and average out noise at each wavelength. Thorlabs' OSAs acquire the spectrum via a Fourier transform using a scanning Michelson interferometer in a push/pull configuration. This approach dramatically improves the acquisition time, enables a high-precision wavelength meter mode with 7 significant figures and ±1 part-per-million accuracy, and allows the included software to provide robust statistical analysis of the acquired spectra, as explained in the Design tab.