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COHR IndyStar DS 0818 7.pdf

COHR IndyStar DS 0818 7.pdf

IndyStar Datasheet
SPECIFICATIONS IndyStar 193
1 kHz
IndyStar 193
2 kHz
IndyStar 248
1 kHz
IndyStar 248
2 kHz
Wavelength (nm) 193 193 248 248
Recommended Stabilized Pulse Energy (mJ) 8 4 12 6
Recommended Stabilized Pulse Power (W) 8 8 12 12

COHR GeoLasHD DS 0318 4.pdf

COHR GeoLasHD DS 0318 4.pdf

GeoLasHD Superior Solid Sampling at 193 nm Young Zircons, Fluid Inclusions and More GeoLasHD is the next generation laser ablation system for all-encompassing LA-ICP-MS elemental and isotopic analysis. Powered by the mighty COMPex laser, it uniquely combines sturdy high-resolution optical design,…

CMM 8.2.indd

CMM 8.2.indd

…the cross section of the through
glass vias. A more thermal process would
cause the glass to fracture. Using an excimer
laser wavelength of 193 nm at higher fluences
(several Joules per square centimeter)
could extend this same method down to via
diameters of 10 µm.…

COHR COMPexSeries DS 0618 8.pdf

COHR COMPexSeries DS 0618 8.pdf

…COMPex also comes with an improved gas processor that extends both gas and optics lifetimes. FEATURES & BENEFITS · Selection of 193 nm, 248 nm, 308 nm, and 351 nm wavelengths for full material flexibility · Superior pulse energy of up to 750 mJ to enable effective ablation at large field size ·…

Refractive Surgery with Excimers EU OuP.pdf

Refractive Surgery with Excimers EU OuP.pdf

…excimer laser parameters that impact this application and see how the reality and perception of the excimer have evolved to the benefit of both the ophthalmic surgeon and the patient. Laser refractive surgeries have long used deep ultraviolet (193 nm) pulses from an argon fluoride excimer laser to…

COHR VarioLas DS 0418 7.pdf

COHR VarioLas DS 0418 7.pdf

Laser Processing VarioLas processing systems based on the powerful COMPex excimer laser are flexible tools for high quality UV microprocessing. Superior optics design, rugged mechanics and unmatched pulse-to-pulse stability are the key ingredients to each VarioLas model available at 193 nm, 248 nm,

Global ISO 17025 ANAB Certificate Exp Mar2020 09-17-20 18.pdf

Global ISO 17025 ANAB Certificate Exp Mar2020 09-17-20 18.pdf

…Power Meter
Laser Power Measuring
Sensors at 10 600 nm -
Measure
(0.5 to 150) W
(0.001 4 to 0.226) V/W
2 % of reading
2 % of reading
Coherent Working
Standard Sensor,
Coherent Power Meter
Energy Measuring Sensors at
193 nm - Measure
3…

COHR LEAPseries DS 0518 9.pdf

COHR LEAPseries DS 0518 9.pdf

…INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION.
AVOID EYE OR SKIN EXPOSURE TO
DIRECT OR SCATTERED RADIATION.
CLASS IV LASER RADIATION PRODUCT
PER EN/IEC 60825-1 (2014)
MAX. OUTPUT POWER: 450 W
MAX. OUTPUT ENERGY: 1.5 J/pulse
PULSE DURATION: 10 to 50 ns
WAVELENGTH: 193 to 351 nm

EnergyMax HeatSinks DS.qxd

EnergyMax HeatSinks DS.qxd

…(mm) (nm) Heat Sink (W) Heat Sink (W) Heat Sink (W) Heat Sink (W)
J-10MB-LE & -HE 10 1064 4 NA NA NA
J-25MB-LE & -HE 25 1064 5 10 15 NA
J-50MB-LE & -HE 50 1064 10 NA NA 24
J-25MUV-193 25 193 5 10 15 NA
J-25MUV-248 25 248 5 10 16 NA
J-50MUV-193 50 193 18 NA…

Bio Photonics - February/March 2018

Bio Photonics - February/March 2018


Excimer lasers
Excimer lasers are another important
gas laser technology used in laser refractive surgical applications (LASIK). These
procedures use the unique deep ultraviolet
(193 nm) pulses from an ArF (argon fluoride) excimer laser to perform computercontrolled…

Untitled-2

Untitled-2

…with a
nanosecond and USP laser (in the UV).
The nanosecond laser processed at
66 mm/sec, while the USP laser cut at
193 mm/sec. The nanosecond laser
produced a substantial HAZ - seen
as a darkening in this image - while
the USP laser produced none, and
also…

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