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Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

lasers can be designed to operate at virtually any visible wavelength, at last freeing applications from the restrictions of limited legacywavelength choices (i.e., 488 and 514 nm from argon-ion lasers and 532 nm from frequency-doubled YAG lasers). Indeed, OPSLs represent a paradigm shift in lasers

Laser Focus World - January 2015

Laser Focus World - January 2015

…also critical, as a laser problem will ruin the entire data run. Preferred laser wavelengths are still dominated by argon ion and DPSS legacy wavelengths (488, 514, 532 nm). But the wavelength scalability of OPSL technology is creating interest in new wavelengths, such as 640 nm. In particular, the…

Laser Focus World - January 2015

Laser Focus World - January 2015

…also critical, as a laser problem will ruin the entire data run. Preferred laser wavelengths are still dominated by argon ion and DPSS legacy wavelengths (488, 514, 532 nm). But the wavelength scalability of OPSL technology is creating interest in new wavelengths, such as 640 nm. In particular, the…

Laser Focus World - January 2015

Laser Focus World - January 2015

…also critical, as a laser problem will ruin the entire data run. Preferred laser wavelengths are still dominated by argon ion and DPSS legacy wavelengths (488, 514, 532 nm). But the wavelength scalability of OPSL technology is creating interest in new wavelengths, such as 640 nm. In particular, the…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

lasers can be designed to operate at virtually any visible wavelength, at last freeing applications from the restrictions of limited legacywavelength choices (i.e., 488 and 514 nm from argon-ion lasers and 532 nm from frequency-doubled YAG lasers). Indeed, OPSLs represent a paradigm shift in lasers

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

lasers can be designed to operate at virtually any visible wavelength, at last freeing applications from the restrictions of limited legacywavelength choices (i.e., 488 and 514 nm from argon-ion lasers and 532 nm from frequency-doubled YAG lasers). Indeed, OPSLs represent a paradigm shift in lasers

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

…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

…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

…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

…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

…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.…

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