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Continuous-Wave (CW)

Continuous-Wave (CW)

…mJ/pulse. Azure & Azure NX, CW Deep UV Lasers Azure & Azure NX, CW Deep UV Lasers The Azure & Azure NX deep UV lasers are compact, low-noise, CW 266 nm sources designed for easy integration into an industrial environment. They are ideal for semiconductor inspection, disc mastering or the…

COHR AzureNX 266 1000 DS 0618 3.pdf

COHR AzureNX 266 1000 DS 0618 3.pdf

…smaller defects in shorter times. FEATURES & BENEFITS · Designed for 24/7 operation in commercial applications · 1 W of ultra low noise CW 266 nm · Complete hands-free operation · Compact PermAlign design and hermetically sealed · Patented single and absolute frequency stabilization APPLICATIONS…

Azure Laser

Azure Laser

…power at 266 nm, shift the crystal, and relock the cavity. The Sentinel system allows the Azure to operate hands-free for extended periods without compromising its performance. The Azure uses the field-proven Verdi laser to generate green light (532 nm) that is then frequency-doubled to 266 nm in a…

AVIA NX nanosecond laser

AVIA NX nanosecond laser

--> AVIA NX AVIA NX is a diode-pumped, solid-state, Q-switched laser offered at 532 nm and 355 nm. The AVIA NX family delivers the highest power on the market, in a small lightweight package. Available at several power levels from 20 W to 85 W, every model has the same footprint and electrical…

Microsoft Word - Coherent Whitepaper - Laser Processing of µLED

Microsoft Word - Coherent Whitepaper - Laser Processing of µLED

…suited for the III-V material systems commonly
used in LED manufacturing. The 248 nm excimer in particular far exceeds the performance of
266 nm or 213 nm solid-state lasers. Given this, the excimer enables significantly differentiated
process strategies that are highly productive,…

YAG/Harmonics and IR Sensors

YAG/Harmonics and IR Sensors

…Erbium, Ruby and Ho:YAG. The YAG/Harmonics sensor can operate with laser beams up to 35 mm in diameter, and 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…

Microelectronics

Microelectronics

…peak power, high repetition rates, and excellent beam quality (TEM00). They are also available with frequency conversion down to the fourth harmonic (266 nm). Both advances make UV lasers more attractive to industrial users. As a result, they have been implemented in a wide range of micromachining…

Avia preinstall.book

Avia preinstall.book

AVIA 266 Laser Preinstallation Manual
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Azure-Brochure.pdf

Azure-Brochure.pdf

The reliable way to move into the UV. Coherent Laser Division Solid-State Continuous-Wave AZURE The Azure 266 nm CW Deep-UV Laser

COHR Azure DS 0717 4.pdf

COHR Azure DS 0717 4.pdf

…for an easy integration into an industrial environment. It emits at 266 nm wavelength with 230 mW output power. Azure is based on highly successful Verdi CW green laser. The single-frequency emission from Verdi is converted into 266 nm by using a high-efficiency resonant frequency doubling cavity.…

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

…577 FieldMaxII-TO PM10
Genesis Taipan 460, 480, 488, 532, 561, 577 FieldMaxII-TO PM10
MBD 200 455 to 1070 FieldMaxII-TO PS10
MBD 266 266 FieldMaxII-TO PM10X or PS103
Paladin 355 355 FieldMaxII-TO PM10X
Sapphire LP Family 458, 460, 488, 514, 532, 561, 568, 588 FieldMaxII-TO…

2009 LMCCatalog86.pdf

2009 LMCCatalog86.pdf

…Power Meter Power Sensor
Azure 266 FieldMaxII-TO PM10X or PS101
Compass 1064 1064 FieldMaxII-TO PM10
Compass 115M, 215M, 315M 532 FieldMaxII-TO PS10
Compass 561 561 FieldMaxII-TO PS10
Genesis 355, 532 FieldMaxII-TO PS10
MBD 266 266 FieldMaxII-TO PM10X or PS101

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