August 23, 2010
LITTLE ROCK, AR, August 19, 2010 – Power Technology, Inc. (PTI), a leader in the Photonics Industry for over 40 years, announced today that it is expanding its product line to further meet its customer’s Analytical and General Scientific laser application needs.
The recent expansion of our output power range from 0.1mW to 200mW together with wavelengths now available from 375nm to 2,330nm, demonstrates our capabilities as a single source laser supplier like never before in our history”, stated Walter Burgess, VP of Sales and Engineering. He went on to say, “In addition to our custom laser modules, we are now making available a select group of wavelengths in popular standard configurations.”
William Burgess, VP of Operations, remarked, “We are excited that PTI’s laser modules continue to deliver the highest output power and fastest modulation speeds of any similar laser modules on the market today. Our superior PTI electronics together with CW and pulsed power offerings ensure that even the most demanding solutions can be addressed.”
PTI is focused on meeting the technically challenging and consistent reliability requirements of the Analytical and General Scientific applications markets. The company utilizes dependable and predictable US based high and low volume production, a new selection of standard product options, and custom engineering to address our customers’ unique and ever expanding laser application needs.
For additional information on PTI’s complete line of custom laser modules, contact our professional Sales Engineers at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at (501) 407-0712.
Power Technology, Inc., established in 1969, designs, manufactures, and distributes laser diode products for Fortune 500 and other companies which include OEM analytical, biomedical, industrial, semiconductor inspection, defense and security and machine vision applications. Products include laser diode modules with wavelengths from 263nm to 13,900nm, temperature stabilized modules, lasers with beam circularization, and CW, pulsed, and modulated lasers.