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Laser Components  Profile

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Laser Components  Company Overview

Laser Components GmbH was founded near Munich, Germany in 1982. Laser Components is specialized in the development, manufacturing and the sales of components and services in the laser and optoelectronic field. At Laser Components you will find one of the world's largest selection of optical and opto-electronical components and modules.

Laser Components  Products

The types of products manufactured by Laser Components include Laser Optics, Laser Diodes, Assembled Fiber Optics, Pulsed Laser Diodes, Avalanche Photodiodes, Laser Diode Modules,

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