LUXMUX Tunable Superluminescent Light Sources 2018-01-31T20:04:01+00:00

A Bright Idea

LUXMUX develops and manufactures rugged, compact, stable laser and superluminescent diode light sources for scientific research and industrial applications such as biomedical imaging, process control, and air quality measurement.

Our technology enables reliable and cost effective solutions.

About Us

LUXMUX is a privately held corporation founded in 2011 in Calgary, Alberta that designs and manufactures rugged, compact, narrow line width lasers and broadband light sources for scientific research and industrial markets, including biomedical imaging, energy, environment, material characterization, metrology, optical device characterization and remote sensing.

Biomedical Illumination Applications

LUXMUX technology and products address a wide spectrum of biomedical applications including imaging (such as microscopy and cellular research, ophthalmic imaging, spectroscopy, optical coherence tomography (OCT)) and compact spectrometers. Key benefits of our narrow linewidth lasers and broadband superluminescent diode light sources include a highly reliable solid-state design, high uptime, competitive price, compact design, tunability, and single-mode fiber delivery to enable a wide range of new applications.

Environmental Monitoring Applications

LUXMUX technology and products are designed to address key environmental monitoring applications such as air quality measurement, methane detection, early turbine failure detection, metrology, and atmospheric pollution monitoring. Our unique and proprietary superluminescent diode and laser-based technologies help detect, monitor and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Spectroscopy Solutions for Energy

LUXMUX technology and products are used in a wide variety of energy applications including process control, steam quality measurement, oil in water, and gas analysis. Working together with our partner Agar Corporation, Our unique and proprietary superluminescent diode and laser-based technologies reduce greenhouse gas emissions and water consumption in energy exploration and heavy oil recovery.