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2016-Ultrafast-Laser-Systems-Catalog.pdf

2016-Ultrafast-Laser-Systems-Catalog.pdf

…>30% to 35% to parametric light · Low output noise due to whitelight seeding · Modular option for extended tuning from 240 nm to 20 m: Standard tuning is from 1150 nm to 2600 nm · Configurations to accommodate pulse widths from all Coherent kHz femtosecond amplifiers (30J >80J H SFI 533to580nm >30J…

2016-Ultrafast-Laser-Systems-Catalog.pdf

2016-Ultrafast-Laser-Systems-Catalog.pdf

…seeding · Optional fresh pump channel for improved sum frequency performance · Modular option for extended tuning from 190 nm to 20 m: Standard tuning is from 1150 nm to 2600 nm · Configurations to accommodate pulse widths from all Coherent kHz femtosecond amplifiers (30J >80J V SHS 580to800nm H SFI…

2016-Ultrafast-Laser-Systems-Catalog.pdf

2016-Ultrafast-Laser-Systems-Catalog.pdf

…OPerA Solo Beam Profile 500 nm Sum Frequency Generation OPerA Solo Fully Integrated, Computer-Controlled Femtosecond Optical Parametric Amplifier Accessory Key Advantages · Fully integrated one-box system · Convenient computer-controlled tuning · Options for 190 nm to 20 m tuning · Configurations…

2016-Ultrafast-Laser-Systems-Catalog.pdf

2016-Ultrafast-Laser-Systems-Catalog.pdf

…OPerA Solo Beam Profile 500 nm Sum Frequency Generation OPerA Solo Fully Integrated, Computer-Controlled Femtosecond Optical Parametric Amplifier Accessory Key Advantages · Fully integrated one-box system · Convenient computer-controlled tuning · Options for 190 nm to 20 m tuning · Configurations…

Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog FORMFIRST.pdf

Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog FORMFIRST.pdf

…high energy and high peak power lasers operating at relatively low repetition rates, such as those based on Nd:YAG, Ruby, Ho:YAG and Erbium.The J-50MB-YAG sensor can be used with 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 or…

Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog FORMFIRST.pdf

Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog FORMFIRST.pdf

…high energy and high peak power lasers operating at relatively low repetition rates, such as those based on Nd:YAG, Ruby, Ho:YAG and Erbium.The J-50MB-YAG sensor can be used with 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 or…

Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog FORMFIRST.pdf

Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog FORMFIRST.pdf

…high energy and high peak power lasers operating at relatively low repetition rates, such as those based on Nd:YAG, Ruby, Ho:YAG and Erbium.The J-50MB-YAG sensor can be used with 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 or…

Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog FORMFIRST.pdf

Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog FORMFIRST.pdf

…high energy and high peak power lasers operating at relatively low repetition rates, such as those based on Nd:YAG, Ruby, Ho:YAG and Erbium.The J-50MB-YAG sensor can be used with 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 or…

Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog FORMFIRST.pdf

Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog FORMFIRST.pdf

…high energy and high peak power lasers operating at relatively low repetition rates, such as those based on Nd:YAG, Ruby, Ho:YAG and Erbium.The J-50MB-YAG sensor can be used with 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 or…

Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog FORMFIRST.pdf

Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog FORMFIRST.pdf

…high energy and high peak power lasers operating at relatively low repetition rates, such as those based on Nd:YAG, Ruby, Ho:YAG and Erbium.The J-50MB-YAG sensor can be used with 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 or…

CMM 8.2.indd

CMM 8.2.indd

…achieved 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. Second, shorter wavelengths…

CMM 8.2.indd

CMM 8.2.indd

…achieved 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. Second, shorter wavelengths…

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