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BeamMaster USB Knife-Edge Based Beam Profilers

BeamMaster USB Knife-Edge Based Beam Profilers

BeamMaster USB Knife-Edge Based Beam Profilers Laser Beam Profilers

Key Features:
* CW laser beam shape, power and position measurements
* Beam sizes from 3 µm to 9 mm with 0.1 µm resolution and high dynamic range
* Real-time Windows 1 display, analysis and data-logging system
* Wavelengths from 190…

HELIOS

HELIOS

…Q-switched Helios laser allows for better precision in a variety of micromachining and microelectronics applications. Helios translates MOPA (Master Oscillator and Power Amplifier) technology into performance enabling applications. Delivering pulse lengths of hundreds of picoseconds in a compact…

ModeMaster PC M-Squared

ModeMaster PC M-Squared

…other ranges. Related Materials Drawings ModeMaster PC M-Squared (M2) Beam Propagation Analyzer ModeMaster PC M-Squared (M2) Beam Propagation Analyzer ModeMaster PC M-Squared (M2) Beam Propagation Analyzer White Papers Mode Master Whitepaper ModeMaster PC Software Installation Guide ModeMaster PC…

Azure Laser | Coherent

Azure Laser | Coherent

…Azure improves disc mastering, allowing CDs and DVDs to have higher information storage density than those produced with traditional 351 nm and 413 nm wavelength lasers. The Azure features the Sentinel system, an on-board series of automated capabilities that control beam pointing, maintain constant…

ModeMaster Modular Components

ModeMaster Modular Components

ModeMaster PC Scan Head Modular Components Components for Other Wavelength and Divergence Ranges The body design of the ModeMaster PC scanning head has modular lens and detector sets that allow quick changes to other wavelength or divergence ranges to suit your measurement needs. The UV-VIS-NIR body…

Microelectronics

Microelectronics

…ferroelectrics and “high k” gate resistors, semiconductor alloys, carbon nano-tubes, and more. Although visible or IR laser beams have been used for PLD applications, UV beams are now most commonly employed. Among UV pulsed lasers, excimer lasers provide a variety of short wavelengths combined with…

Mode Master White Paper July 2011 final.pdf

Mode Master White Paper July 2011 final.pdf

beam having the same waist size and location. Specifically, beam divergence for an ideal, diffraction limited beam is given by: 0 w l theoretica , Where the divergence of an actual beam is given by: 0 2 w M actual . Where: is the beam divergence half angle is the laser wavelength w0 is the beam

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

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

…by adding Coherent's series of binary phase beam splitters to create a complex
array of flat tops.The beam splitters are highly stable binary masters etched directly in fused silica offering very low
stray light.They have excellent beam to beam uniformity and have efficiencies in the order…

Synchrolock-AP

Synchrolock-AP

…of slave output beam to the Synchrolock-AP detection system results in minimal losses and ease of use
* Unique feedback locking mechanism locks to the 9th harmonic of the input signal for enhanced signal to noise performance and tighter synchronization between slave and master oscillators
*…

Mephisto MOPA Lasers | Coherent

Mephisto MOPA Lasers | Coherent

…platform provides (up to 2 W). In these cases, the most effective approach is to use the exceptional beam properties of Mephisto to seed one or more cascaded amplification stages, resulting in a Master Oscillator Power Amplifier (MOPA) configuration. Mephisto MOPA laser incorporates a Mephisto S…

INNOVA FreD systems

INNOVA FreD systems

…248.2 0.06 496.5 0.60 244.0 0.10 488.0 1.50 238.2 0.03 476.5 0.60 229.0 0.01 457.9 0.35 Multiline UV 3 0.60 Beam Parameters 4 SHG Fundamental (514.5 nm) Beam Diameter (mm) 0.6-0.9 5 1.7 6 Beam Divergence (mrad) 7 0.5-0.85 0.5 Ouput Polarization 100:1 horizontal 100:1 vertical Power Stability 8 ±1.0%…

Mode-Master-Whitepaper FORMFIRST.pdf

Mode-Master-Whitepaper FORMFIRST.pdf

beam having the same waist size and location. Specifically, beam divergence for an ideal, diffraction limited beam is given by: 0 w l theoretica , Where the divergence of an actual beam is given by: 0 2 w M actual . Where: is the beam divergence half angle is the laser wavelength w0 is the beam

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