Aries-2™ Mid-IR Laser

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Aries-2™: High Power, Fixed Wavelength, Narrowband Output

The Aries-2 series is a family of fixed-wavelength, narrowband mid-IR lasers with an average output power of up to 1 W. The Aries-2 laser has an extremely robust and stable resonator structure providing users with superb linewidth control and wavelength stability, especially as environmental conditions vary. With a wide selection of quantum cascade laser chips available, Aries-2 can be factory-configured to suit different application needs.

Aries-2 systems include a SideKick™ laser controller, which gives you flexible, precise control of laser output power, temperature, and pulse parameters.

Features & Benefits:

  • Optical power up to 2 W
  • Wavelength availability: 3-13 µm
  • CW* or pulsed output
  • Linewidths of < 1 cm-1 (pulsed, FWHM) or < 100 MHz (CW, tuned to SLM) Output power* to > 1 W (peak) or > 0.5 W (average)
  • Superior TEM00 beam quality and low beam pointing allows fiber coupling
  • Superb wavelength stability: ≤ 0.5 cm-1/hr within operating temperature range
  • High power stability: < 2% rms (1 hr)
  • Current (amplitude) modulation up to 1 MHz
  • SideKick™ controller, GUI, and SDK included with all systems
  • Proprietary HFQD™ circuitry protects your chips

*Requires suitable chip(s)


  • Imaging
  • Illumination
  • LIDAR and DIAL systems
  • Standoff detection
  • Environmental monitoring
  • TIC, VOC, GHG, and leak detection
  • IRCM research
  • Materials characterization
  • Optical fiber testing
  • OPA/OPO seeding
  • Detector calibration

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