…optics causes many potential applications to rely instead on 355-nm lasers optimized
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…
…lasers with pulse widths in the nanosecond range, or ultra-short-pulse (USP) lasers
with pulse widths in the picosecond, or even
There are several different variations on the
way laser ablation is used to cut glass, but in
all of them, each laser pulse…
* 355nm and 532nm version share similar dims and electrical interface
* Can be integrated into customer tools with minimal changes A common footprint & electrical interface makes integration easy. AVIA NX Key Advantages:
* Higher power than any competitive laser
* Integrated laser head…
processed with lower laser power (or pulse
energy). Finally, since UV light can be more
tightly focused than IR, UV lasers support
complex, high-resolution marks such as
Given all these advantages, why haven't UV lasers been widely employed in
…are not appropriate for these short pulsed, high energy lasers).
2 Contact Coherent for 355nm usage guidelines.
3 Water flow rate for water-cooled sensors must be >0.5 GPM (>2 LPM).
4 For pulses shorter than 1 µsec, use the maximum pulse energy density and average power…
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