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20 Watt Fiber Laser

Diode-Pumped Solid-State or DPSS Lasers

Diode-Pumped Solid-State or DPSS Lasers

…Diode-Pumped Solid-State Lasers or DPSS Lasers Solid-state lasers in IR, Green, and UV wavelengths offering ns, ps, fs pulses and powers up to 100 watts The Coherent diode-pumped solid-state (DPSS) portfolio includes pulsed and short-pulsed Q-switched, mode-locked, and CW lasers that enable a wide…

Ultrafast Oscillators

Ultrafast Oscillators

…nm and 1064 nm Axon lasers are priced at breakthrough cost to grow applications such as two-photon microscopy, harmonic generation microscopy, and inspection. Fidelity HP Ultrafast Fiber Lasers Fidelity HP Ultrafast Fiber Lasers Powerful fiber lasers delivering up to 18 watt of average power at 1040…

Solid State Lasers for laser cutting, laser welding, ablation and laser drilling

Solid State Lasers for laser cutting, laser welding, ablation and laser drilling

…Genesis Lasers - Continuous wave lasers available from 355 nm to 1154 nm with powers up to 10 W.
* Verdi Lasers - Powers up to 20 W at 532 nm.
* CUBE Lasers - Compact UV and visible lasers with a footprint of 40 mm x 100 mm.
* Compass 115M - Continuous wave green lasers from 5 mW to 20 mW.
* Laser

INNOVA Sabre Laser

INNOVA Sabre Laser

…Film Photoresist Dye Laser Ti:Sapphire Laser Plastic Paper Fluorescence Excitation --> Features & Benefits Argon DBW Innova Sabre Argon System with Dual Brewster Window (DBW) Tubes Power Specifications 1 Wavelength (nm) DBW10 DBW15 DBW20 DBW25 Multiline Visible 10.0 15.0 20.0 25.0 528.7 0.8 1.0…

AVIA NX nanosecond laser

AVIA NX nanosecond laser

fiber coupled diodes also serves to eliminate possible failure points. Compact Size. AVIA NX lasers are far more powerful than any competitor and feature a fully integrated laser head with no separate controller and cumbersome umbilical. Yet the laser head is much smaller than earlier AVIA lasers or…

Picosecond Lasers

Picosecond Lasers

…>100 Watt across a wide range of repetition rates (up to 4 MHz) for high throughput micro-machining with the highest quality and no heat affected zone. RAPID NX RAPID NX This industrial high energy picosecond laser offers Staccato Staccato The Staccato laser is an ultra-short picosecond laser with…

Ion Lasers

Ion Lasers

…Ion Laser Leader since 1969. Noble gas ion lasers are among most mature of all laser technologies. Coherent has been in the high-power ion laser business from the very dawn of the laser industry. With technological maturity comes performance and reliability that was unheard of when ion lasers first…

Paladin

Paladin

…Repetition Rate 80 MHz 120 MHz 2 Watt Paladin Compact 355-2000 Air-Cooled 4 Watt Paladin Compact 355-4000 Air-Cooled 8 Watt Paladin Advanced 355-8000 10 Watt Paladin Advanced 355-10000 16 Watt Paladin Advanced 355-16000 20 Watt Paladin Advanced 532-20000 24 Watt Paladin Advanced 355-24000 Call +1…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…few watts to several kilowatts. Another important technology is the fiber laser, which can be operated in CW, Q-switched
and mode-locked formats. Here, laser diodes optically pump a rare-earth doped fiber, which typically emits at about 1 m.
Nd:YAG, CO2
, fiber and direct diode lasers

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

…· Fiber coupling with high efficiency
· High reliability & lifetime due to
semiconductor design
· Modulation capability: directly up
to 100 kHz
Optically Pumped Semiconductor Lasers (OPSLs)
The OPSL is a diode-pumped laser, but unlike other
diode-pumped lasers,

Photonics Spectra - June 2017

Photonics Spectra - June 2017

…to act as
a second wavelength.
While two watts might be sufficient to
activate 10 or possibly 20 neurons, experiments targeting tens or hundreds of
neurons already could use higher power
than this. Yb fiber laser architecture is
power scalable in a classic master…

Photonics Spectra - November 2016

Photonics Spectra - November 2016


that we need 20 to 80 milliwatts of laser
power at each neuron, for a duration of
10 ms for reliable neuron firing. This
power level appears to cause no significant photodamage or undesirable thermal
perturbations. Moving to 20 watts at the
laser enables firing more…