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COHR HighLightDL HPS DS 0819.pdf

COHR HighLightDL HPS DS 0819.pdf

…50/60 Hz; PE
Connected Load (kVA) approx. 8 approx. 10 approx. 12 approx. 15.5
Effective Power at Nominal Power (kW) approx. 7.6 approx. 9.4 approx. 11.4 approx. 14
Max. Current Consumption at 400 V (A) < 11 < 14 < 17 < 25
Fuses Type NH (A) 16 16 32 32
COOLING…

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

…C-30 10.6 FieldMaxII-TO PM30
C-40, C-55, C-70 10.6 FieldMaxII-TO PM150
G-100, G-150, E-150 10.2 to 10.7 FieldMaxII-TO PM150
G-100i 9.4 ±0.3 FieldMaxII-TO PM150
K-250, K-225i, K-300 10.4 to 10.8 FieldMaxII-TO PM300F-19
E-400, E-400i, K-500, E-1000 10.2 to 10.8 FieldMaxII-TO…

2009 LMCCatalog86.pdf

2009 LMCCatalog86.pdf

…Power Meter Power Sensor C-30 10.6 FieldMaxII-TO PM30 C-40, C-55, C-70 10.6 FieldMaxII-TO PM150 G-100, G-150 10.2 to 10.7 FieldMaxII-TO PM150 G-100i 9.4 ±0.3 FieldMaxII-TO PM150 K-250, K-225i, K-300 10.4 to 10.8 FieldMaxII-TO PM300F-19 E-400, K-500 10.2 to 10.8 FieldMaxII-TO PM1K GEM Select 50, 100…

CORRECTIVE AND PREVENTIVE ACTION PROCESS

CORRECTIVE AND PREVENTIVE ACTION PROCESS

D127135 Rev.AE
Supplier Quality Requirements Document Page 6 of 8
Worldwide Operations
9.4 Return Material Authorization (RMA)
Suppliers are expected to provide a Return Material Authorization (RMA), within
a maximum of 3 working days after notification of rejected material…

COHR META1.5C DS 0817 2.pdf

COHR META1.5C DS 0817 2.pdf

…1.2 x 1.2m (48 x 48 in.)
Laser Power Control Digital laser power control
Power proportional to velocity
Wavelength (µm) 10.6 and 9.4 available
Exhaust/Vacuum Bed Vacuum material hold-down plenum
External high pressure exhaust blower required
Cooling External chiller…

Polymorph-Characterization-of-Active-Pharmaceutical-Ingredients-Using-Low-Frequency-Raman-Spectroscopy-Web.pdf

Polymorph-Characterization-of-Active-Pharmaceutical-Ingredients-Using-Low-Frequency-Raman-Spectroscopy-Web.pdf

…100.7 13.7 0.44
85.1 17.5 0.32 82.3 15.6 0.28 82.9 19.4 0.23
70.8 11.4 0.39
67.4 5.3 0.09 65.4 13.3 0.62 65.8 11.5 0.41
59.9 9.4 0.75 58.4 7.5 0.33 58.9 6.5 0.47
54.2 3.8 0.16 53.2 4.2 0.22 53.9 5.8 0.46
46.4 12.4 1.00 45.4 13.1 1.00 44.7 11.9 1.00
37.6 4.7 0.25…

SPIE DSS 2013 Final submitted 4-25-2013x

SPIE DSS 2013 Final submitted 4-25-2013x

…to a VHG with diffraction efficiencies of 6.3%, 9.4% and 12.3%,
respectively. Note that the overall linewidth of the stack is limited by the linewidth contributions of the individual bars,
which is this case was highest for the 9.4% diffraction efficiency grating (see figure 17). Further,…

COHR HighLightFL Standard FFC DS 0818.pdf

COHR HighLightFL Standard FFC DS 0818.pdf

…6.9
Effective Power at Nominal Power (kW) 2 2.7 3.4 5.1 6.4
Max. Current Consumption at 400 V (A) 3.2; CCU: 3.7 5; CCU: 5.5 6.3; CCU: 6.8 9.4; CCU: 9.9 11.9; CCU: 12.4
Fuses Type NH (A) 16 25
COOLING
Recommended Cooling Capacity
* (kW) 2.4 3.2 4 6.1 7.7
Flow Rate
*
* (l/h)…

COHR HighLightFL Standard FFS DS 0818.pdf

COHR HighLightFL Standard FFS DS 0818.pdf

…Power (kW) 2 2.7 3.4 5.1 6.4 6.8
Max. Current Consumption at 400 V (A) 3.2;
CCU: 3.7
5;
CCU: 5.5
6.3;
CCU: 6.8
9.4;
CCU: 9.9
11.9;
CCU: 12.4
12.5;
CCU: 13
Fuses Type NH (A) 16 25
COOLING
Recommended Cooling Capacity
* (kW) 2.4…

COHR HighLightFL Standard FFC DS 0619web.pdf

COHR HighLightFL Standard FFC DS 0619web.pdf

…Connected Load (kVA) 3.6 5.5 6.9
Effective Power at Nominal Power (kW) 3.4 5.1 6.4
Max. Current Consumption at 400 V (A) 6.3; CCU: 6.8 9.4; CCU: 9.9 11.9; CCU: 12.4
Fuses Type NH (A) 16 25
COOLING
Recommended Cooling Capacity
* (kW) 4 6.1 7.7
Flow Rate
*
* (l/h) 1600 ;…

COHR HighLightFL Standard FFS DS 0619web.pdf

COHR HighLightFL Standard FFS DS 0619web.pdf

…(kVA) 3.6 . 5.5 6.9 7.2
Effective Power at Nominal Power (kW) 3.4 5.1 6.4 6.8
Max. Current Consumption at 400 V (A) 6.3;
CCU: 6.8
9.4;
CCU: 9.9
11.9;
CCU: 12.4
12.5;
CCU: 13
Fuses Type NH (A) 16 25
COOLING
Recommended Cooling Capacity
* (kW)…

32311a coverSinglesRR.indd

32311a coverSinglesRR.indd

…fiscal 2014 decreased $15.5 million, or 2%, compared to fiscal 2013, with decreases of
$6.1 million, or 1%, in our SLS segment and decreases of $9.4 million, or 4%, in our CLC segment.
Both the increase and decrease in CLC and SLS segment sales, respectively, included decreases due to