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AVIA NX nanosecond laser

AVIA NX nanosecond laser

…and productivity are ultimately determined by laser power. AVIA NX delivers the industry’s highest UV power – up to 40 watts – and the highest green power – up to 65 watts. And with the green AVIA NX, you even have the choice of high pulse energy or high repetition rate to perfectly match the…

Ultrafast Oscillators

Ultrafast Oscillators

…generation microscopy, and inspection. Fidelity HP Ultrafast Fiber Lasers Fidelity HP Ultrafast Fiber Lasers Powerful fiber lasers delivering up to 18 watt of average power at 1040 nm with 140 fs pulses. Ideal for optogenetics studies, its built-in precompensation ensures optimum pulse duration also…

COHR DIAMOND C 55 C 60 DS 0619 2.pdf

COHR DIAMOND C 55 C 60 DS 0619 2.pdf

Diamond C-55/C-60+ Series Low Power CO2 OEM Lasers for Marking and Engraving Applications The Coherent C-60+ CO2 laser provides 60 Watts of power with bestin-class reliability and package size, making it the OEM laser of choice for high volume laser marking and engraving systems. This…

COHR DIAMOND C-55 DS 0718 1.pdf

COHR DIAMOND C-55 DS 0718 1.pdf

Diamond C-55 Series Low Power CO2 OEM Lasers for Marking and Engraving Applications The Coherent C-55 CO2 laser provides 55 Watts of power with bestin-class reliability and package size, making it the OEM laser of choice for high volume laser marking and engraving systems. This production-ready,…

whitepaper next gen mpe v3.pdf

whitepaper next gen mpe v3.pdf

…and Simple
The most compact of these lasers is the Fidelity-2, a single-stage fiber oscillator that provides
over 2 watts of power with a pulsewidth of <55 fs at a fixed 1070 nm wavelength. Maintaining
the short pulses/high peak power of this laser on the sample is made easy by…

Photonics Spectra - June 2017

Photonics Spectra - June 2017

…Spectra June 2017 www.photonics.com
Lasers for Microscopy
fixed wavelength Yb fiber laser delivers
over two watts of power at 1070 nm with
a pulsewidth <55 fs.
Relating to tunability, some researchers
need wavelength flexibility -- for example, to finely optimize…

Sabre MotoFred MC-031

Sabre MotoFred MC-031

…6.9 x Pressure (psi) )
Absolute Minimum
Plant Water Pressure vs Flow
(H/E not regulating; T valve fully
open)
Heat Load: 55 kW
Laser T: 35 C
Laser T: 30 C
Plant Water
Temperature vs Flow
Laser T: 25 C
INVISIBLE AND VISIBLE
LASER RADIATION.…

Coherent Magnum II Laser Operator's Manual

Coherent Magnum II Laser Operator's Manual

…to Figure 2-4 (p. 2-5). By default, the value in
mV or volts is approximately equal to 1/10th of the laser output
power value in mW or Watts. However, even if the scaling
factor is not accurate, the voltage is approximately proportional to the current of the monitoring photodiode.…

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

…nW to low mW level.They typically saturate
in the 10 to 50 mW level, depending upon the model. For linear operation
up to a maximum of 5 Watts, an optional 1000:1 attenuator is used.
Light shield is removable.
OP-2 models are compatible with FieldMate, FieldMaxII and LabMax

Photonics Spectra - November 2016

Photonics Spectra - November 2016

…over 2 watts of power
at a fixed 1070 nm with a pulsewidth
<55 fs. By combining a more powerful
ytterbium fiber with an optical parametric
oscillator (OPO) in a single package, the
Chameleon Discovery provides widely
tunable output, as well as 1.5 watts at

Verdi preinstall.book

Verdi preinstall.book

…of the laser head baseplate is monitored by the Verdi power supply
and can be displayed on the power supply front panel. Power dissipation through the baseplate is typically 60 to 80 Watts (100 Watts
maximum). The Verdi will shut down if the baseplate temperature
exceeds 55°C.

Microsoft Word - Coherent Whitepaper - Diode Therapeutic Applications 10-23-18

Microsoft Word - Coherent Whitepaper - Diode Therapeutic Applications 10-23-18

…at most a few
watts (~5-15 W). However, a well-established modular architecture enables easy scaling to high
powers. For example, numerous emitters can be fabricated on a single monolithic
semiconductor array or bar with a total output of several 10s of watts or higher. This is more…