NPL happy user of LW-10!
National Physical Laboratory (Teddington, UK) is a happy user of LW-10 laser wavelength meter: “In our current system, this is provided by a wavemeter external to the main device. However, in a future system, we need to source a more compact wavemeter that could be mounted within the laser unit. We have evaluated a newly available commercial compact wavemeter [LW-10] operational from 700 nm to 1000 nm that neatly overlaps our requirements to measure 760 nm, 935 nm, and the two ultra-violet wavelengths when generated by frequency doubling. The reproducibility of this new commercial device has been found to meet our requirement to provide laser frequency measurements independent of an ion fluorescence signal.“
Read their full article Compact laser system for a laser-cooled ytterbium ion microwave frequency standard here: NPL article