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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…

Microsoft Word - Understand Different Laser Beam  Rev 1 Final.doc

Microsoft Word - Understand Different Laser Beam Rev 1 Final.doc

…measure extremely
small beams.
Power (or Energy) of the Beam
The power or energy of the beam is another important point that
can influence the choice of beam profiling technology. In general,
beam analyzers are too sensitive to view laser beams directly,
which is…

LabMax-Pro SSIM

LabMax-Pro SSIM

…of modulated or pulsed systems.
* Snapshot mode provides burst sampling at a rate of 625 kHz (a sample every 1.6 microseconds), enabling users to view the temporal pulse traces of modulated lasers in the tens of microseconds or longer, commonly found in many thermal material processing applications…

LabMax-TO

LabMax-TO

…it within the limited bench space typically available in a laser lab and still easily view the display. LabMax-TO is directly compatible with most Coherent thermal and semiconductor sensors and displays beam position for quick and accurate setup. These sensors offer wavelength coverage from 190…

LabMax-TOP

LabMax-TOP

…within the limited bench space typically available in a laser lab and still easily view the display. LabMax-TOP is directly compatible with most Coherent thermal, pyroelectric and semiconductor sensors and displays beam position for quick and accurate setup. These sensors offer wavelength coverage…

WaveMaster Wavelength Meter

WaveMaster Wavelength Meter

…wavelengths. The WaveMaster is easy to use. Just turn on the readout and get the beam within 10 degrees of normal incidence to the sampling probe. The probe has a 2-meter fiber-optic cable and takes up a minimum of beam path space. Most intensity variances are automatically accommodated, but for the…

High-Sensitivity Thermopile Sensors 2W

High-Sensitivity Thermopile Sensors 2W

…PS10 model includes a light tube mounted to the front of the housing, which minimizes the effects of background radiation and narrows the field of view. Alternatively, the light tube can be removed and replaced by a fiber adapter accessory. Where optimum stability is required, the PS10Q or PS19Q…

PowerLine AVIA NX UV Laser Sub-System for micromachining applications

PowerLine AVIA NX UV Laser Sub-System for micromachining applications

…quality cutting and scribing of a variety of microelectronics materials, including SIPs, packages and PCBs. The scan optics can have a field of view large enough to cover a 300 mm wafer or PCB, and the system produces fine features and narrow cuts with minimal heat affected zone (HAZ). Contact…

PWS Mini Table Workstation

PWS Mini Table Workstation

…table workstation PWS Mini offers the user a wide range of applications in an extremely compact size yet still with optimum work comfort. The laser beam is provided at the workplace using optical fibers. Contact Us About This Product Close PRICE HERE Desktop Laser Workstation Application The table…

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

…plates have gotten denser over the year and today can total as many as 1,536 separate wells, so imaging speed is of paramount importance in order to view all these wells at high resolution on a practical timescale. High performance array readers are used to image these arrays that are also used in…

COHR WP  OPSL Invariant Beam Properties final 5.3.18.pdf

COHR WP OPSL Invariant Beam Properties final 5.3.18.pdf

…from a super-flat reference mirror. A second beamsplitter recombines
these reflected beams in a configuration called a Mach-Zehnder interferometer. The recombined
beam is then expanded and viewed using a CCD camera.
If the OPSL chip remains flat with no thermal lensing, then the image…

COHR LEAPseries DS 0518 9.pdf

COHR LEAPseries DS 0518 9.pdf

LEAP Datasheet
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS
LEAP 80/100/130/150 Beam Exit Left
(view from access side)
800 mm (31.5 in.)
617.5 mm (24.3 in.)
1100 mm (43.3 in.)
2295 mm (90.4 in.)
577.5 mm (22.7 in.)
560 mm (22.0 in.)
407 mm ±2
(16.0 in. ±0.08)