…for short pulse duration, which can produce similar results in many materials.
Excimers represent another important pulsed laser technology. They can produce several discrete wavelengths throughout the UV; depending on the gas
combination, emission ranges from 157 to 348 nm. The deep-UV…
…Rate (kHz) Pulse Energy (µJ)
1064 nm 532 nm only 355 nm 532 nm
100 40 20 12 14
200 25 11 7.5 7.5
500 10 5 2.6 2.6
1000 6 2 1 1
High-Power Industrial Picosecond Laser
VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION.
Wavelength (nm) 355
Output Power (W)
Paladin Compact 355-2000 Air-Cooled >2
Paladin Compact 355-4000 Air-Cooled >4
Repetition Rate (MHz) 120 ±2
Pulse Length (ps) >15 at 1064 nm
Spatial Mode TEM00
Paladin Advanced 355 Datasheet
Relative to laser mount.
Head temperature is stabilized to ±0.5 35°C by the chiller.
SPECIFICATIONS Paladin Paladin Paladin Paladin
355-8000 355-10000 355-16000 355-24000
Wavelength (nm) 355
…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.
DPSS lasers offer…
using a single, 355 nm, ultrafast laser pulse. No molten
silicon or subsurface damage is visible, and no postprocess cleaning is therefore required.
Figure 6: Removal of a SiO2 from silicon using 355 nm
picosecond pulses at an optimum fluence of ~0.11 J/cm2
· UV operation from 10 nm to 355 nm
· Choice of 12 mm or 30 x 40 mm diameter apertures
· Operation with BeamView Analyzer Systems
These Extreme-UV Beam Profiler Optics use UV-to-visible fluorescence
converter face plates to couple the input laser beam to any appropriate
6 12 18 24
…The Paladin laser is a diode-pumped solid-state mode-locked laser
that emits ultra violet (355 nm) output with pulse repetition rates in
the 80 MHz region and pulse lengths around 15 ps. Specifications
for the Paladin are given in Table 2-1 through Table 2-4.
The Paladin laser…
355 nm (specification)355 nm (typical)
Pulse Repetition Rate (kHz)
0 100 200 300 400 500 600
1064 nm (specification)1064 nm (typical)
532 nm (specification)532 nm (typical)
…LDFP-UV) OD = 2.5 at 632.8 nm
Electrical Interface USB 2.0
Capture Modes Continuous (CW), pulsed
Variable Exposure Time 1 msec to 500 msec, default at 5 msec
Pulsed Mode Trigger Methods Trigger In (TTL)
Trigger Delay (s) 75 20
Maximum Pulse Trigger in Rate (Hz) 200…
(300 nm to 11 µm).
The response speed of thin-film thermoelectric sensors allows users to move
beyond just measuring average power,
and enables visualization of the temporal
pulse shape and peak power of modulated
lasers with pulse lengths greater than…
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