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Argon Ion Laser

Ion Lasers

Ion Lasers

…many applications. If you have requirements for one or more of the following, a Coherent ion laser may be the right solution for your application:
* Continuous wave radiation at one or more of the available Argon or Krypton transitions which span the spectrum from the UV to the IR
* Relatively high…

INNOVA Sabre Laser

INNOVA Sabre Laser

…Microelectronics Scientific Graphic Arts Holography Laser Direct Imaging (LDI) Lithography Photographic Film Photoresist Dye Laser Ti:Sapphire Laser Plastic Paper Fluorescence Excitation --> Features & Benefits Argon DBW Innova Sabre Argon System with Dual Brewster Window (DBW) Tubes Power…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

lasers are large and inefficient, generating a large amount of heat that must be actively dissipated. The tube also
has a finite lifetime and thus represents a costly consumable. In most former applications, the ion laser emitting at blue or green wavelengths was displaced
by DPSS lasers.

INNOVA 70C Ion Laser

INNOVA 70C Ion Laser

…output in the multi-watt regime
* Argon, Krypton, and Mixed-gas models Datasheet INNOVA 70C Applications Application Process Material Life Sciences Scientific Confocal Microscopy Flow Cytometry Laser Doppler Velocimetry Fluorescence Excitation Dye Laser Ti:Sapphire Laser --> Features & Benefits…

Mira Family

Mira Family

…in a laser that stands alone as the market leader in terms of ease-of-use, performance and reliability. In particular, Verdi pumping ensures the highest power stability and lowest noise ultrafast performance commercially available. Mira may also be pumped by Coherent’s argon ion laser systems.…

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

…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. They have a large size to power Table 1. Most commonly applied wavelengths (in nm) of ion, HeCd, diode lasers and…

Laser Focus World - August 2016

Laser Focus World - August 2016

lasers, with 488 nm excitable dyes a central focus. Fluorescein isothiocyanate (FITC) and phycoerythrin (PE) attained ubiquity in nearly every flow cytometry lab as a result. As a pioneer in argon ion lasers since 1969, flow cytometry became one of Coherent's first major commercial successes. Laser

EU Photonics Talk Nobel Laureate Haensch.pdf

EU Photonics Talk Nobel Laureate Haensch.pdf

…position, I started
out with an argon ion laser. Over the
next decade and half, I acquired several
Coherent cw lasers, including the 699
and 899 ring dye lasers.
O&P: Your work with control and cavity locking using our cw ring dye lasers
ended up leading to new…

Ted Haensch  Sharing His Unique Perspective on Lasers

Ted Haensch Sharing His Unique Perspective on Lasers

…position, I started
out with an argon ion laser. Over the
next decade and half, I acquired several
Coherent cw lasers, including the 699
and 899 ring dye lasers.
O&P: Your work with control and cavity locking using our cw ring dye lasers
ended up leading to new…

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

lasers, optically pumped semiconductor lasers (OPSL), and ion lasers. For excitation at fixed wavelengths with CW solid-state lasers, Coherent offers the Sapphire SF single-frequency OPSL series with wavelengths at 488 nm and 532 nm. The Innova 300C and 70C series of small-frame argon or krypton ion

00 Sabre Preinstall.book

00 Sabre Preinstall.book

Innova Sabre Ion Laser
8
Nitrogen Purge
(DUV and SUV
option only)
Argon Sabre systems equipped with the deep or short UV options
include purge kits. The purge kit consists of a variable flowmeter,
necessary connectors and hoses, and special intracavity parts. A…

COHR WP OPSL Wavelength Flexibility final 4.17.18.pdf

COHR WP OPSL Wavelength Flexibility final 4.17.18.pdf

…visible or UV laser beam with
milliwatts to watts of continuous wave (CW) power were compelled to use one of the available
fixed wavelengths. At first, these were the emission lines of ion gas lasers such as the 488 nm
and 514 nm lines of the argon ion laser. Then DPSS lasers at 1064…