Speckle is a random granular pattern commonly observed in the output beam of a laser. It is characterized by many dark and light spots of different intensities visible in a given cross section of the laser beam. This effect occurs as a result of interference between various propagation modes of the light.
The reduction of speckle is important for applications where a homogeneous laser output of uniform intensity is ideal, such as laser-scanning microscopy, flow cytometry, and DNA sequencing. By using Fiberguide’s De-Speckler to average the modal noise and greatly reduce speckle, maximized performance can be achieved. Other benefits resulting from speckle reduction can include faster integration times, improved signal-to-noise ratios, and higher throughput.
Our speckle reduction solution has a small form factor and is in-line with a customizable fiber assembly. The fiber size, core shape, jacketing, connectors, and length can all be customized to perfectly suit your application. Please view the product specifications for more information.
This product is popularly paired with our square core fiber
and RARe Motheye
- Life Sciences: Bioanalytical Instrumentation, Flow Cytometry, Gene Sequencing, Confocal Microscopy, Laser-based Microscopy, Spectroscopy
- Digital Laser Projection
- Laser Beam Homogenizers
- Power Supply: +5 Volts
- Power Consumption: < 1 Watt
- Wavelength Range: 400nm – 1550nm
- Fiber Core Size: 100μm – 400μm
- De-Speckling Rate: Up to 10,000 Hz
- CE Certified
Please see the Spec Sheet for further information.