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MATRIX Family of DPSS Lasers

MATRIX Family of DPSS Lasers

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…

RAPID

RAPID

RAPID Family of high power industrial picosecond lasers - 6W at 1064 nm and 1000 kHz, and 10W at 1064 nm and 1000 kHz. Contact Us About This Product Close PRICE HERE High-Power Industrial Picosecond Laser The RAPID series of picosecond lasers are designed for industrial microprocessing. They offer a…

Quantum Series EnergyMax Sensors

Quantum Series EnergyMax Sensors

…broad range of research, commercial and military applications involving low power pulses. Examples include measurement of infrared pulsed lasers beyond 1064 nm, typically used for military targeting purposes. Other examples are measurement of kHz ultrafast oscillators and regenerative amplifier…

YAG/Harmonics and IR Sensors

YAG/Harmonics and IR Sensors

…can work at 1064 nm, 532 nm, 355 nm and 266 nm without the need to change diffusers or any other accessories. The J-50MB-IR sensor is similar to the J-50MB-YAG sensor, except that its diffuser is optimized for long pulse lasers that operate between the range of 500 nm and 2940 nm. It is ideal for…

Industrial Picosecond

Industrial Picosecond

…Rapid and HyperRapid industrial picosecond lasers are ideal for a wide variety of micro-materials and macro-materials processing applications. Output powers range from 2W to 100W and wavelength options are available from 355 nm to 1064 nm. Contact Us About This Product Close All Industrial…

SUPER RAPID-HE

SUPER RAPID-HE

…power stability in a high quality beam, M² 10 at 1000 kHz Pulse Energy (µJ) >200 µJ at 0 kHz to 10 kHz, 20 µJ at 1064 nm and 500 kHz Pulse Energy Instability (% rms) 1000:1 at 1064 nm and 500 kHz Repetition Rate 0 kHz to 1000 kHz, TTL-trigger, pulse on demand Beam Quality M² >100:1 Electric Supply…

LaserCam HR-InGaAs

LaserCam HR-InGaAs

…x 30 Pulsed Mode Trigger Methods Trigger In (TTL) Saturation CW (at 1064 nm) 3.5 mW/cm2 (with LDFP), 50 µW/cm2 (without LDFP) Saturation CW (at 1523 nm) 350 µW/cm2 (with LDFP), 30 µW/cm2 (without LDFP) Saturation Pulse (at 1064 nm) 5 µJ/cm2 (with LDFP), 0.08 µJ/cm2 (without LDFP) Sensor Active Area…

HELIOS

HELIOS

…--> Features & Benefits
* Diode-pumped solid-state laser
* Picosecond actively Q-switched laser
* Wavelength in the Green and the IR (VIS and UV upon request)
* 2.5W, 5W or 6W of power at 1064 nm
* 1W, 1.5W, 3W or 3.75W of power at 532 nm
* Single pulse trigger
* 50 kHz or 125 kHz frequency set…

PowerMax-Pro USB/RS Sensors

PowerMax-Pro USB/RS Sensors

…Maximum Peak Power Density (kW/cm²) 14 14 14 14 14 14 Maximum Energy Density (J/cm²) 33 (10 ns; 1064 nm) 33 (10 ns; 1064 nm) 33 (10 ns; 1064 nm) 33 (10 ns; 1064 nm) 33 (10 ns; 1064 nm) 33 (10 ns; 1064 nm) Rise & Fall Time (μs) ≤10 ≤350 ≤10 ≤350 ≤50 ≤50 Detector Coating HD HD HD HD BB BB Active…

High-Sensitivity Optical Sensors

High-Sensitivity Optical Sensors

…LM-2 and OP-2 Series Semiconductor Sensors offer four detector choices, a silicon sensor for 400-1064 nm (VIS), a UV-enhanced silicon sensor for 250-400 nm (UV) and a germanium sensor for 800-1800 nm in the infrared (IR). OP-2 sensors function with the LabMax-Pro, LabMax-TOP/TO, FieldMaxII-TOP/TO/P…

Mephisto MOPA

Mephisto MOPA

…Mephisto MOPA Wavelength 1064 nm Power 8W, 25W, 42W, 55W Linewidth (over 100 ms) ~1 kHz Tuning range 30 GHz Noise (RIN at f>20 kHz), with noise eater <-130 dB/Hz Ultra-Narrow Linewidth High-Power CW DPSS Laser - A number of applications like atom cooling and trapping require laser powers higher than…

Solar Cell Manufacturing

Solar Cell Manufacturing

…Patterning steps are most typically performed with relatively low-power (up to 20W) short-ns-pulsewidth diode-pumped solid-state lasers, either at 1064, 532, or 355 nm. The choice of wavelength is typically due to the absorption properties of the materials used. Decreasing the pulsewidths can…

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