The Peacock is a compact, single-box, all integrated, pulsed Laser-OPO system. State-of-the-art laser technology paired with GWU’s latest OPO technology provide high-efficient near IR laser output.

The Peacock is driven by the rugged flash-lamp pumped CFR solid-state Nd:YAG laser form Quantel by Lumibird. It provides high-energy pulses at 532 nm at a pulse repetition rate of up to 30 Hz. Following GWU’s design philosophy, the integrated OPO is using a soft pumping scheme with low fluence, ensuring maximum reliability and lifetime. The wavelength can be tuned from 680 nm to 2200 nm, offering a pulse energy of up to 35 mJ. Our new, extremely fast tuning technology allows for fully automated shot-to-shot change of the wavelength, arbitrary across the available range. Integrated wavelength measurement allows for easy monitoring and calibration with a built-in spectrometer device. The output is prepared for factory-configured or customer-defined fiber coupling for convenient beam delivery but can also be used free-space.

The Peacock is a worry-free tool for all users in medical, biotechnology or spectroscopy applications. Especially for photoacoustic imaging, the analog and digital real-time energy and wavelength monitoring signals can be of great benefit. The rugged and turn-key design, paired with an intuitive GUI and programming interface, ensure convenient usability and best reliability.

  • Peacock Features and Benefits:

     Fully integrated, compact YAG-OPO system
    • Rugged, all-solid-state laser technology
    • High-energy Near IR output
    • Up to 30 Hz pulse repetition rate with shot-to-shot wavelength switching
    • Fully automated control standard for hands-free operation
    • Fiber-delivery or free-space output
    • Real-time energy and wavelength monitoring
    • Integrated wavelength measurement

The Peacock is a joint product of GWU-Lasertechnik and Quantel by Lumibird. The GWU OPOs are distributed world wide by Lumibird.

Data Sheet:

Peacock Typical Tuning Curve
Peacock - Specification
General Requirements
Dimensions and Properties
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