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355 nm cw laser

Optically-Pumped-Semiconductor-Laser-Brochure.pdf

Optically-Pumped-Semiconductor-Laser-Brochure.pdf

…research. In the UV at 355 nm, Genesis was the first true CW solid-state laser for life science and other applications that benefit from low noise performance and is free of the potential biological damage from peak power present with conventional modelocked quasi CW lasers. For medical, lightshow…

Microsoft Word - Understand Different Laser Beam  Rev 1 Final.doc

Microsoft Word - Understand Different Laser Beam Rev 1 Final.doc

…profiler to use are wavelength, beam size, laser power (or energy) and operating mode (CW or pulsed). Wavelength The wavelength being measured largely determines the type of detector device needed. For the wavelength range from 190 nm to 1100 nm, CCD and CMOS cameras or Si-sensor based knife-edge…

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

…life sciences have been tailored to use 488 nm and/or 514 nm, which are strong blue and green output wavelengths of the argon ion laser. And HeCd lasers for many years were used in CW UV light applications such as stereolithography. Conversely, these lasers have many cons which are well-documented.…

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

…(DPSS) lasers produce a strong output line at 1064 nm which can be intracavity doubled to give green output at 532 nm. Frequency tripling delivers UV output at 355 nm. In addition, these lasers also produce a couple of weaker output wavelengths, which can be frequency doubled to 473 nm and 561 nm.

Laser Focus World - September 2015

Laser Focus World - September 2015

…eventualities, Ophir-Spiricon's Pyrocam broadband thermal camera analyzes pulsed or continuous-wave (CW) lasers with output from extreme-UV (EUV) wavelengths out to terahertz wavelengths, covering the 13-355 nm and 1.06-3000 µm wavelength regions. "The Pyrocam IV has three significant features,"…

Laser Focus World - January 2015

Laser Focus World - January 2015

…gas lasers to solid state alternatives presented a significant challenge for the ultraviolet. Efficient frequency tripling of the 1064 nm fundamental (to produce 355 nm) requires high intensity at the harmonic-generating crystals, necessitating intracavity tripling in continuous wave (CW) lasers.

Laser Focus World - September 2015

Laser Focus World - September 2015

…eventualities, Ophir-Spiricon's Pyrocam broadband thermal camera analyzes pulsed or continuous-wave (CW) lasers with output from extreme-UV (EUV) wavelengths out to terahertz wavelengths, covering the 13-355 nm and 1.06-3000 µm wavelength regions. "The Pyrocam IV has three significant features,"…

Laser Focus World - January 2015

Laser Focus World - January 2015

…gain medium is considerably shorter than the round trip time of the laser cavity, so there is no stored gain to support dynamic mode competition. OPSL technology is also power scalable. As a result, true-CW, OPSL lasers at 355 nm now offer output powers exceeding 20 mW. Multiple wavelengths in flow…

Laser Focus World - January 2015

Laser Focus World - January 2015

…gas lasers to solid state alternatives presented a significant challenge for the ultraviolet. Efficient frequency tripling of the 1064 nm fundamental (to produce 355 nm) requires high intensity at the harmonic-generating crystals, necessitating intracavity tripling in continuous wave (CW) lasers.

Laser Focus World - January 2015

Laser Focus World - January 2015

…gas lasers to solid state alternatives presented a significant challenge for the ultraviolet. Efficient frequency tripling of the 1064 nm fundamental (to produce 355 nm) requires high intensity at the harmonic-generating crystals, necessitating intracavity tripling in continuous wave (CW) lasers.

Laser Focus World - January 2015

Laser Focus World - January 2015

…gain medium is considerably shorter than the round trip time of the laser cavity, so there is no stored gain to support dynamic mode competition. OPSL technology is also power scalable. As a result, true-CW, OPSL lasers at 355 nm now offer output powers exceeding 20 mW. Multiple wavelengths in flow…

Laser Focus World - January 2015

Laser Focus World - January 2015

…gain medium is considerably shorter than the round trip time of the laser cavity, so there is no stored gain to support dynamic mode competition. OPSL technology is also power scalable. As a result, true-CW, OPSL lasers at 355 nm now offer output powers exceeding 20 mW. Multiple wavelengths in flow…

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