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2011-Diode-Laser-Modules-and-Pattern-Generators-Catalog.pdf

2011-Diode-Laser-Modules-and-Pattern-Generators-Catalog.pdf

…CDRH Laser Classification Class IIIb
ESD Protection6 Level 4
System
Specifications
1 Laser-to-laser tolerance. All lasers ±5 nm except CUBE 640-40 with 635 to 642 nm range, CUBE 640-100 with 635 to 644 nm range,
CUBE 660 with 652 to 665 nm range, and CUBE 685, 730 and 785

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

…Table 1. Most commonly 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 543a 594b 612c 633d 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…

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

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

nm to 785 nm)
· OBIS LG for 355 nm in the UV
· BioRay for stable, cost-effective compact systems
· Genesis CX for 355 nm in the UV, high power
Medical Diagnostics:
· OBIS LX, OBIS LS and Sapphire lasers for visible wavelengths (375 nm to 785 nm)
· OBIS LG for 355 nm in…

compatibility matrix 02

compatibility matrix 02

nm FieldMaxII-TO PM150-50 CW Solid State Laser Genesis Lasers 355 to 577 nm FieldMaxII-TO PM10 Sapphire Laser 458 TO 594 nm FieldMaxII-TO PS10 OBIS Lasers 355 to 785 nm FieldMaxII-TO PS10 Verdi Lasers 532 nm FieldMaxII-TO PM10, PM30 Diode Lasers CUBE 375 to 785 nm FieldMaxII-TO PS10 OBIS 355 to 785

LIT Lasers-LED NO2 Spectral-Brightness 1014.pdf

LIT Lasers-LED NO2 Spectral-Brightness 1014.pdf

lasers
specifically optimized for life science applications, such
as the Coherent OBISTM and BioRayTM series, provide
off-the-shelf availability of an ever growing list of
wavelengths: currently these lasers are offered at over
20 different wavelengths between 355 nm and 785

COHR Mini DS 1017 3.pdf

COHR Mini DS 1017 3.pdf


LASER RADIATION--AVOID DIRECT
EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
CLASS IIIb LASER PRODUCT.

400 nm to 710 nm
710 nm to 1550 nm
Max. Power
500 mW
500 mW
DANGER
LASER RADIATION--AVOID DIRECT
EYE EXPOSURE.
CLASS IIIa LASER PRODUCT.

400 nm to 785 nm
Max.…

Microsoft Word - Coherent whitepaper Cube performance Final0910

Microsoft Word - Coherent whitepaper Cube performance Final0910

…of 405 nm to
785 nm CUBE lasers. This industry-leading laser
output consistency simplifies integration and thereby
lowers costs for customers, resulting in extremely
predictable performance of the final instrument or
system.
Figure 5 - Histogram of CUBE Laser Beam…

COHR StingRay BioRay DS 0618 3.pdf

COHR StingRay BioRay DS 0618 3.pdf

…405 nm, 450 nm, 488 nm and 640 nm. Laser-to-laser wavelength tolerance of 405 nm is ±5 nm, 450 nm ±10 nm, 488 nm ±10 nm, 520 nm is 510 nm to 530 nm,
639 nm is 635 nm to 648 nm, 640 nm is ±6 nm, 647 nm is ±5 nm, 655 nm is 650 nm to 665 nm, 660 nm is ±5 nm, 685 ±15 nm, 785 nm is ±19 nm, 830 nm is…

COHR OBISfamily DS 0818 8.pdf

COHR OBISfamily DS 0818 8.pdf

…Pumped Semiconductor Laser (OPSL) technology combined with our laser diode solutions delivers the industry-best laser reliability and performance. The OBIS family of smart lasers covers the wavelength spectrum--from the Ultraviolet at 375 nm to the nearInfrared at 785 nm. The plug-and-play…

FT Tech Bull.qxd

FT Tech Bull.qxd

…arise during your
research, don't hesitate to contact Positive
Light for expert technical assistance in all
branches of ultrafast laser technology.
References
[1] J. L. A. Chilla and O. E. Martinez, Opt.
Lett. 16, 39 (1991).
[2] D. J. Kane and R. Trebino, Opt.…

Designing ProvenHands-free Reliability TechNote FinalWeb.pdf

Designing ProvenHands-free Reliability TechNote FinalWeb.pdf

…of lasers, spectral
stability is often a more sensitive and earlier indicator of
cavity degradation because the bandwidth tends to
collapse even before the laser power drops. To test
this stringent stability parameter, our engineers ran a
Vitara-T tuned to 785 nm and…

Designing-and-Manufacturing-fs-Ultra-broadband-Lasers-Proven-Hands-free-Reliability-White-Paper.pdf

Designing-and-Manufacturing-fs-Ultra-broadband-Lasers-Proven-Hands-free-Reliability-White-Paper.pdf

…of lasers, spectral
stability is often a more sensitive and earlier indicator of
cavity degradation because the bandwidth tends to
collapse even before the laser power drops. To test
this stringent stability parameter, our engineers ran a
Vitara-T tuned to 785 nm and…

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