Carbon Dioxide

Access Laser carbon dioxide lasers (COlasers) offer high stability, portability and adjustable wavelength at reasonable cost. Access Laser CO2 lasers have been widely used in applications requiring stabilised lasers such as spectroscopy, biotech research, environmental monitoring, process control, defence and security technology, and even measurement of gravitational waves, as well as more conventional applications such as marking and cutting. 

Lasers range from 400mW to 50W average, with peak powers of up to 1kW with Q-switching. SCROLL DOWN for a video overview of the three main cooling options available with Access Laser CO2 lasers: Passive Air, Fan & Water Cooling. This is a key consideration for any application using CO2 lasers as the symmetric cooling of the tube directly affects power, stability & mode quality.

Please note: The L20 and L50 models are being replaced by higher performance, better value models. As of January 30th, Access Laser will no longer accept orders for the L20 and L50 laser models, which will be replaced by the AL20 and AL50 laser families - eg the L20G will be replaced by the AL20G, and so on. AL models have design improvements that can increase gas lifetime in the field, are more mechanically robust, and offer a superior power - stability combination. Please be aware that the physical volume of the models will change.

Access also offer carbon monoxide lasers for medical, aerospace and materials processing applications.

Access Laser also offer carbon monoxide lasers for medical, aerospace and materials processing applications.

L50CO Grating tuned CO laser
  • Power: 6W CW
  • Wavelength: 5300-5700 nm
L4G Wavelength Tunable Lasers - Spectroscopy; Trace Gas Analysis
  • Power: 200mW CW
  • Wavelength: 9200-10800 nm
MeritG

Access Laser Wavelength Tunable Lasers - Spectroscopy; Trace Gas Analysis

  • Power: 2W CW
  • Wavelength: 9200-10800 nm
MeritGP Wavelength Tunable and Super Pulsed
  • Power: 6W peak
  • Wavelength: 9200-10800 nm
L20G Wavelength Tunable Lasers - Spectroscopy; Trace Gas Analysis
  • Power: 8W CW
  • Wavelength: 9200-10700 nm
L20GP Wavelength Tunable and Super Pulsed
  • Power: 5W ave;24W peak
  • Wavelength: 9200-10700 nm
L50G Wavelength Tunable Lasers - Spectroscopy; Trace Gas Analysis
  • Power: 18W CW
  • Wavelength: 9200-10700 nm
L50GP Wavelength Tunable and Super Pulsed
  • Power: 8W ave;40W peak
  • Wavelength: 9200-10700 nm
L3

Access Laser - Standard laser, air cooled

  • Power: 400mW CW
  • Wavelength: 10300-10800 nm
L3S Power and Wavelength Stabilized Lasers
  • Power: 400mW CW
  • Wavelength: 10300-10800 nm
L4 Standard laser, air cooled
  • Power: 1W CW
  • Wavelength: 10300-10800 nm
L4S Power and Wavelength Stabilized Lasers
  • Power: 1W CW
  • Wavelength: 10300-10800 nm
MeritS Power and Wavelength Stabilized Lasers
  • Power: 8W CW
  • Wavelength: 10300-10800 nm
L20S Power and Wavelength Stabilized Lasers
  • Power: 20W CW
  • Wavelength: 10500-10630 nm
L12 CO2 for materials processing and surgery
  • Power: 12W CW
  • Wavelength: 10600 nm
L12P CO2 for materials processing and surgery; super pulse
  • Power: 7W ave;30W peak
  • Wavelength: 10600 nm
L25 CO2 for materials processing and surgery
  • Power: 25W CW
  • Wavelength: 10600 nm
L25P CO2 for materials processing and surgery; super pulse
  • Power: 14W ave; 60W peak
  • Wavelength: 10600 nm
L5 CO2 for materials processing and surgery
  • Power: 5W CW
  • Wavelength: 10600 nm
L5P CO2 for materials processing and surgery; super pulse
  • Power: 4W ave; 60W peak
  • Wavelength: 10600 nm
AL30 CO2 for materials processing and surgery
  • Power: 30W CW
  • Wavelength: 10600 nm
AL30P CO2 for materials processing and surgery; super pulse
  • Power: 15W ave;60W peak
  • Wavelength: 10600 nm
Cooling Options - Passive Air, Fan & Water Cooling a key consideration for any application using CO2 lasers
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