No, but this does not negatively affect Monet laser’s ability to cure.
Consider a broadband LED light which generates sufficient energy for photoinitiation of a compound in a composite or adhesive. At a given wavelength, the LED light actually produces a relatively low amount of energy, necessitating the light to be broadband to provide the energy for photoinitiation.

Lasers, by nature, emit light in a narrow bandwidth, but generate a lot of energy within that bandwidth. The laser light is absorbed by the photoinitiator, and the high level of energy compensates for the narrow bandwidth of light.

The curing test is the proof, and as we stated, the Monet laser cures the composites.