MATRIX Family of DPSS Lasers MATRIX is a family of diode-pumped, solid-state, Q-switched and CW lasers with output powers up to 10W at 1064 nm, 14W at 532 nm and up to 8W at 355 nm. MATRIX QS DPSS Lasers
* Matrix 355
* Matrix 532
* Matrix 1064 MATRIX CW Lasers
* Matrix 1064-10-CW See more product…
MATRIX CW Lasers MATRIX 1064-10-CW is a diode-pumped, solid-state, continuous wave laser, with output powers of up to 10W at 1064 nm. Coherent has expanded its highly successful MATRIX series of diode-pumped, solid-state lasers with a new model that delivers 10W of continuous wave power at 1064 nm.…
….Picosecond laser system that is cost-effective and fit for demanding industrial applications. Rapid NX delivers 7W and 1 MHz at 1064 nm.
* HYPER RAPID - Family of HyperRapid picosecond lasers offers performance at 50 W and 100 W at 1064 nm and 1000 kHz.
* HELIOS - Family of picosecond lasers with…
…of DPSS Lasers MATRIX Family of DPSS Lasers The MATRIX family of diode-pumped, solid-state, Q-switched and CW lasers is optimized for cost-sensitive applications requiring high throughput, with output powers up to 10W at 1064 nm, 14W at 532 nm and up to 8W at 355 nm. Mephisto Lasers Mephisto Lasers…
…range as broad as 300 nm to 11 μm, and incorporate a large 30 mm x 30 mm active area. The high response speed of PowerMax-Pro sensors is particularly advantageous in a wide range of commercial and medical applications. It enables nearly instant measurement of CW laser power, resulting in increased…
…cover 200 nm to 20 µm.
Common laser types
For many years, the most common CW laser was the helium neon laser, or HeNe. These low-power lasers (a few milliwatts) use an electric discharge to create
a low-pressure plasma in a glass tube; nearly all emit in the red at 633 nm. In recent…
…life sciences have been tailored to use 488 nm and/or 514 nm, which are strong blue and green output wavelengths of the argon ion laser. And HeCd lasers for many years were used in CW UV light applications such as stereolithography. Conversely, these lasers have many cons which are well-documented.…
INVISIBLE AND VISIBLE LASER RADIATION.
AVOID EYE OR SKIN EXPOSURE TO DIRECT
OR SCATTERED RADIATION. CLASS 4
LASER PRODUCT PER EN60825-(1994)
20 WATTS MAX CW LASER
AT 532 NM OR 1064 NM
Coherent's scientific and industrial lasers
are certified to comply…
…INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION.
AVOID EYE OR SKIN EXPOSURE
TO DIRECT OR SCATTERED RADIATION.
CLASS 4 LASER PRODUCT
PER EN60825-1 (2014)
20W MAX. CW LASER
AT 532 nm OR 1064 nm
Verdi G-Series Datasheet
…at 1064 nm
13 mW/cm2 at 633 nm
5 µW/cm2 at 633 nm
70 mW/cm2 at 1064 nm
340 µW/cm2 at 1064 nm
5 mW/cm2 at 633 nm
2 µW/cm2 at 633 nm
25 mW/cm2 at 1064 nm
125 µW/cm2 at 1064 nm…
…nm FieldMaxII-TO PM150-50 SLS 1064 nm FieldMaxII-TO PM150-50, PM5K NA 1064 nm FieldMaxII-TO PM150-50 KLS 1064 nm FieldMaxII-TO PM150-50 FLS CL 1064 nm FieldMaxII-TO PM5K FLS A 1064 nm FieldMaxII-TO PM5K QFS 50 1055 - 1070 nm FieldMaxII-TO PM150-50 CW Solid State Laser Genesis Lasers 355 to 577 nm…
Resolution 0.001 nm
Min. Pulse Rep Rate single shot
Max. Pulse Rep Rate CW
Max. Signal Bandwidth 2 nm @ 400 nm
3 nm @ 600 nm
5 nm @ 1000 nm
Min. Signal 20 µW CW @ 632 nm
2 mJ pulsed @ 1064 nm
Max. Signal 100 mW CW @ 632 nm
100 mJ pulsed @ 1064 nm…
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