Visions Become Reality

Our specialty is integration: With 15 years of experience in creating miniaturized laser modules and spectrometers, we design and produce photonic systems with extraordinary compact designs and high-end technical features. The driving force behind our success is the desire to create products that not only take full advantage of today‘s technologies, but also push the limits of miniaturization in photonics even further.

RGB Photonics offers a wide variety of laser modules and spectrometers suitable for a large range of applications. Our lasers feature excellent beam quality and wavelength stability, exceptional reliability and an impressive cost/performance ratio. Our compact spectrometers offer technical characteristics that you would normaly expect only in much larger devices. This expertise puts us in the unique position to offer custom-designed photonic solutions that combine lasers and spectrometers for light creation and detection in applications where space is limited, like hand-held analysis devices.

For us, the first 15 years of developing miniaturized lasers and spectrometers were just the beginning. Watching the growing trend towards mobile devices, we are fascinated by the sheer endless posibilities that miniaturized photonics open up for portable analysis devices. Thanks to these developments, many measurement techniques that used to require large laboratory setups can now be implemented in a small handheld device.

Our ambition to set new standards in integrated photonics and turn our visions into reality is not going to stop. Several exciting new products are currently being developed in our labs. Stay tuned for more.

Our ambition is to push the limits of miniaturization, to establish new technologies, to design without compromise in order to create a new generation of photonics for science and industry

MATHIAS REICHL
CEO and FOUNDER

RGB Photonics GmbH

  • Based in Kelheim, Southern Germany
  • 350 m² lab and production
  • Company started in 2000
  • 2005: First diode laser module
  • 2007: NovaPro and OptaPro lasers
  • 2008: Spectrometer division
  • 2011: Introduction of Qwave
  • 2012: Qmini and Qstick
  • 2016: Releasing Qmini 2 
  • 2016: Qred NIR spectrometer