The Leader in Optical Isolators for High-Power Lasers

Electro-Optics Technology (EOT) is the leader in optical isolators for high-power lasers, supplying enabling components and diagnostic equipment worldwide for manufacturers and users of high power laser systems since 1987. EOT has the facilities, equipment, and quality systems necessary to ensure that products meet critical customer specifications.

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Leaving Silicon Valley . . . Electro-Optics, Inc. Builds the Business in Traverse City

Electro-Optics was founded in California’s Silicon Valley by its owner and President, Dave Scerbek back in 1987. But Scerbak and an college buddy from Albion, Mike Torrance had plans for a better life. They moved the company to Traverse City in 1992 and signed up their new technology designer and Traverse City native, Jim Niessink. Soon, they were breaking ground with a new optical isolator for laser applications and the business took off.

Today, Electro-Optics is a rapidly expanding laser technology development and manufacturing firm. With nearly 100 employees and a new building under construction, the company is now doing a substantial business with China as well as organizations across the U.S. 


5835 Shugart Ln
Traverse City , MI

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Electro-Optics, Inc. employees skilled mechanical engineer and physicists. Highly skilled technicians are also needed for assembly of advanced laser systems in clean-room environments.

Examples of Products

Faraday Rotators

Faraday Rotators

EOT's Faraday Rotators rotate the plane of polarized light 45° in the forward direction and an additional 45° of non-reciprocal rotation in the reverse direction while maintaining the light's linear polarization.

Fiber Collimators

Fiber Collimators

EOT's Mode Stripping Collimators utilize EOT's patented monolithic mode stripping fiber ferrule/collimator technology. This technology minimizes optical loss while maintaining excellent beam quality and a high level of resistance to back reflections. This combination of features makes EOT's collimators excellent for many beam delivery applications.