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Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

…applied wavelengths (in nm) of ion, HeCd, diode lasers and OPSLs. UV Violet Blue Green Yellow Orange Red IR Argon 351 364 457 477 488 514 HeNe 543 a 594 b 612 c 633 d HeCd 322 354 442 Laser Diode 375 405 445 488 635 640 660 685 730 785 OPSL 355 458 460 480 488 514 532 552 561 568 577 639 1064 a…

Lasers-for-Life-Sciences-Product-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf

Lasers-for-Life-Sciences-Product-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf

System Specifications OBIS 532LS 552LS 561LS 594LS Wavelength1 (nm) 532 552 561 594 OutputPower2 (mW) 20,50,80,100,150 20,60,80,100,150 20,50,80,100,150 20,60 SpatialMode TEM00 TEM00 TEM00 TEM00 M2(BeamQuality)3 _50:1 >50:1 >50:1 >50:1 StaticAlignmentTolerances BeamPositionfromReference5 (mm) <0.5…

Lasers-for-Life-Sciences-Product-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf

Lasers-for-Life-Sciences-Product-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf

System Specifications OBIS FP 532LS 552LS 561LS 594LS Wavelength1 (nm) 532 552 561 594 OutputPower2 (mW) 20 40,60,80,120 15 40,60,80,120 40,60,80,120 40 OutputfromFiber FC/APC; FC/APC; FC/APC; FC/APC; FC/APC; FC/APC; 8°angled 8°angled8 8°angled 8°angled8 8°angled8 8°angled8 FiberCableType 5mm 5mm…

Lasers-for-Life-Sciences-Product-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf

Lasers-for-Life-Sciences-Product-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf

nm, 488 nm, 514 nm, 532 nm, 552 nm or 561 nm, 590 nm and 640 nm · Single-mode polarization-maintaining · High transmission beam combining at >_60% throughput per channel · Plug-and-play FC inputs · 2 meter steel jacketed output fiber Mechanical Specifications 405 nm OUTPUT 445/458 nm 488 nm 640 nm

COHR OBIS CellX DS 0117 3.pdf

COHR OBIS CellX DS 0117 3.pdf

…(405 nm and 640 nm) to 110% of rated power. Output power is variable in CW Mode from 10 mW (488 nm and 561 nm) to 110% of rated power. Specifications are valid for 100% power. For 488 nm and 561 nm any residual laser emission at 808 nm fundamental is <0.1 mW. 3 Beam Quality (M2 ) measured per laser

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.

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

…applied wavelengths (in nm) of ion, HeCd, diode lasers and OPSLs. UV Violet Blue Green Yellow Orange Red IR Argon 351 364 457 477 488 514 HeNe 543 a 594 b 612 c 633 d HeCd 322 354 442 Laser Diode 375 405 445 488 635 640 660 685 730 785 OPSL 355 458 460 480 488 514 532 552 561 568 577 639 1064 a…

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 - January 2015

Laser Focus World - January 2015

…channels. The excitation bandwidth can be expanded by use of UV lasers, or by filling in key gaps, such as the one between 561 and 630 nm. These gaps occurred because of the limited available wavelengths from DPSS lasers and laser diodes. OPSL technology addresses this because it is wavelength…

Laser Focus World - January 2015

Laser Focus World - January 2015

…channels. The excitation bandwidth can be expanded by use of UV lasers, or by filling in key gaps, such as the one between 561 and 630 nm. These gaps occurred because of the limited available wavelengths from DPSS lasers and laser diodes. OPSL technology addresses this because it is wavelength…

Laser Focus World - January 2015

Laser Focus World - January 2015

…channels. The excitation bandwidth can be expanded by use of UV lasers, or by filling in key gaps, such as the one between 561 and 630 nm. These gaps occurred because of the limited available wavelengths from DPSS lasers and laser diodes. OPSL technology addresses this because it is wavelength…

Laser Focus World - August 2017

Laser Focus World - August 2017

…variety of laser wavelengths used in microscopy, this approach by necessity relied on using standalone smart lasers coupled into a central module. However, in flow cytometry, the laser wavelengths are very standard--most multiwavelength instruments use 405, 488, and 640 nm, with 561 nm sometimes…

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