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COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

…300 10 50
Maximum Energy Density (J/cm2) 14.0 (at 1064 nm, 10 ns)
2.8 (at 532 nm, 10 ns)
0.75 (at 355 nm, 10 ns)
1.0 (at 266 nm, 10 ns)
Detector Coating MaxBlack
Diffuser YAG
Calibration Wavelength (nm) 1064
Calibration Uncertainty (%)(k=2) ±2
Energy…

EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf

EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf

…Energy Density (J/cm2) 14.0 (at 1064 nm, 10 ns) >100 (at 2940 nm, 100 µs)
2.8 (at 532 nm, 10 ns)
0.75 (at 355 nm, 10 ns)
1.0 (at 266 nm, 10 ns)
Detector Coating MaxBlack
Diffuser YAG IR
Calibration Wavelength (nm) 1064 1064, 2940
Calibration Uncertainty…

Microsoft Word - Wavelength Control and Locking with Sub-MHz Precision

Microsoft Word - Wavelength Control and Locking with Sub-MHz Precision

…532 nm Verdi DPSS laser was purposely built in
an assembly with a well-defined mechanical resonance. The output beam was aligned into two
identical AzureTM resonators as shown below. The Azure is a Coherent product which uses a
resonance-enhanced doubling cavity to generate 266 nm CW…

2016-Ultrafast-Laser-Systems-Catalog.pdf

2016-Ultrafast-Laser-Systems-Catalog.pdf

…to 800 nm >30 µJ >80 µJ H
SFI 533 to 580 nm >30 J >60 J V
TOPAS-800-fs-BLUE SFS 480 to 533 nm >40 J >90 J V
TOPAS-800-fs-UV1 FHI 400 to 480 nm H
FHS 290 to 400 nm >5 J >15 J V
TOPAS-800-fs-UV2 SH (SFI) 266 to 295 nm H
SH (SFS) 240 to 266 nm >3…

COHR RLScatalog 2017revA web.pdf

COHR RLScatalog 2017revA web.pdf

…SHS 580 to 800 nm H
SFI 533 to 580 nm >30 J >50 J V
TOPAS-Prime-BLUE5 SFS 480 to 533 nm >40 J >70 J V
TOPAS-Prime-UV1 FHI 400 to 480 nm H
FHS 290 to 400 nm >5 J >15 J V
TOPAS-Prime-UV2 SH (SFI) 266 to 295 nm H
SH (SFS) 240 to 266 nm >3 J >8 J…

OPerASolo DS

OPerASolo DS

…800 nm V
SF Package SFI 533 to 580 nm >30 µJ >50 µJ V
SFS 480 to 533 nm >40 µJ >70 µJ V
FH Package FHI 400 to 480 nm
>5 µJ >10 µJ
H
FHS 290 to 400 nm H
SHSF Package SH (SFI) 266 to 295 nm
>3 µJ >8 µJ
H
SH (SFS) 240 to 266 nm H…

CMM 8.2.indd

CMM 8.2.indd

…its wavelength. Thus, it's
generally easier to produce smaller features
(below 50 µm) with green (typically 532 nm) or
ultraviolet (typically 355 nm or 266 nm) lasers
than with longer wavelength near or midinfrared lasers.
Second, shorter wavelengths are absorbed
more…

Vitesse800 DSrevC

Vitesse800 DSrevC

…www.Coherent.com
System Specifications
Libra-HE Far-Field
Beam Quality
Libra-HE Power Stability
>14 hours, 800 and 266 nm
Simultaneously
ISO 9001 Registered
VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION.
AVOID EYE OR SKIN EXPOSURE TO
DIRECT OR SCATTERED…

2009 LMCCatalog86.pdf

2009 LMCCatalog86.pdf

…Laser Wavelength (nm) 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…

EU Photonics Talk Nobel Laureate Haensch.pdf

EU Photonics Talk Nobel Laureate Haensch.pdf

…experimental envelope. For instance, we
ended up developing a 266 nm cw laser
called Azure using a resonant build-up
cavity based on the "Haensch-Couillaud" locking technique to frequency
double the output of a 532 nm DPSS vanadate laser.
TH: Yes, Bernard Couillaud was a…

Ted Haensch  Sharing His Unique Perspective on Lasers

Ted Haensch Sharing His Unique Perspective on Lasers

…experimental envelope. For instance, we
ended up developing a 266 nm cw laser
called Azure using a resonant build-up
cavity based on the "Haensch-Couillaud" locking technique to frequency
double the output of a 532 nm DPSS vanadate laser.
TH: Yes, Bernard Couillaud was a…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…watts with a choice of near-IR (1064 nm), green (532 nm) or UV (355 nm) output. The UV is popular for producing small features in "delicate" materials
because it can be focused to a small spot and minimizes peripheral thermal damage. Deep-UV (266 nm) versions are starting to be used in some…

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