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266 nm laser

Azure Laser | Coherent

Azure Laser | Coherent

…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…

Continuous-Wave (CW)

Continuous-Wave (CW)

…Azure Azure The Azure laser emits a wavelength of 266 nm, which allows detection of smaller wafer defects that longer wavelengths miss. Verdi G Series Verdi G Series The Verdi G Series of optically pumped semiconductor lasers (OPSL) and diode-pumped solid-state (DPSS) lasers designed for Ti:Sapphire…

AVIA NX nanosecond laser | Coherent

AVIA NX nanosecond laser | Coherent

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

…are well 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…

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

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…peripheral thermal damage. Deep-UV (266 nm) versions are starting to be used in some applications,
but their relatively high cost and the need for specialty beam delivery optics causes many potential applications to rely instead on 355-nm lasers optimized
for short pulse duration,…

250 kHz Ultrafast Amplifiers

250 kHz Ultrafast Amplifiers

…solid-state, Q-switched nanosecond laser offered at 532 nm and 355 nm. The laser comes at several power levels from 20 W to 85 W, and every model features the same footprint and electrical interface. Azure Azure The Azure laser emits a wavelength of 266 nm, which allows detection of smaller wafer…

2009 LMCCatalog86.pdf

2009 LMCCatalog86.pdf

…PM1K
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

Microelectronics

Microelectronics

…processing with 193 nm and 248 nm excimer lasers enable vertical LED structures with increased light extraction efficiency. Laser-based sapphire scribing, as well as wafer or substrate dicing with diode-pumped solid-state lasers at 266 nm and 355 nm or picosecond lasers, further reduce production…

CMM 8.2.indd

CMM 8.2.indd

…with a laser is directly
proportional to 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.

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…

Ted Haensch  Sharing His Unique Perspective on Lasers

Ted Haensch Sharing His Unique Perspective on Lasers

…dye lasers.
O&P: Your work with control and cavity locking using our cw ring dye lasers
ended up leading to new commercial
products that once again enabled you
and other scientists to push the experimental envelope. For instance, we
ended up developing a 266 nm cw laser

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