Mirrorcle Technologies, Richmond, CA, announces that its gimballess MEMS mirrors are now available with high reflectivity dielectric coatings for use in compact, short-pulse, Q-switched lasers. The company developed a low-cost MEMS-based laser intracavity Q-switch solution that replaces complex and costly components previously needed for active Q-switching, e.g., acousto-optic, electro-optic, or passive Qswitches.

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