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Laser Focus World - August 2016

Laser Focus World - August 2016

…"arms race" of multi-parameter instruments through the 1980s. State-of-the-art devices of the period used water-cooled argon or krypton ion lasers because these were the only lasers available that delivered the requisite combination of high power at visible or ultraviolet (UV) wavelengths, together…

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.

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

…air-cooled ion lasers come with
comparable or slightly lower capital costs than their
semiconductor counterparts, this initial economy is
quickly overridden by the higher operating costs.
In a few applications, a key advantage of argon and
krypton ion lasers has been their…

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…