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Energy Per Pulse

EnergyMax-USB Sensors

EnergyMax-USB Sensors

…the measurement of the energy per pulse or average power of pulsed lasers from the nanojoule to the multi-joule level, over wavelengths from the deep ultraviolet through the far infrared, and from single pulses to repetition rates of 10 kHz (with measurements of every pulse). Additionally, stacking…

Ultrafast Laser Oscillators and Amplifiers

Ultrafast Laser Oscillators and Amplifiers

…ultrafast laser portfolio is the most extensive available and offers industrial-grade reliability with repetition rates from 1 kHz to 100 MHz and pulse energies from nJ-level to 13 mJ. Coherent ultrafast lasers are designed and manufactured to provide the best performance, portfolio and support in…

VYPER Series Lasers

VYPER Series Lasers

…Output Power Fast, large area processing at lowest costs per Watt ExiScope Software (optional) Onboard logging and evaluation of laser parameters PowerLok Smooth burst cycles TimeLok Stable trigger-to-pulse delay Adjustable Pulse Energy Advanced process control Motorized optics mounts (optional)…

EnergyMax-RS Sensors

EnergyMax-RS Sensors

…the measurement of the energy per pulse or average power of pulsed lasers from the nanojoule to the multi-joule level, over wavelengths from the deep ultraviolet through the far infared, and form single pulses to repetition rates of 1 kHz (with measurements of every pulse). Additionally, stacking…

YAG/Harmonics and IR Sensors

YAG/Harmonics and IR Sensors

…characteristics. This enables operation with lasers that produce very high energy per pulse or very high peak fluences. The J-50MB-YAG sensor is rated to withstand the following energy densities: Wavelength Maximum Energy Density 266 nm 1 J/cm 2 355 nm 0.8 J/cm 2 532 nm 2.8 J/cm 2 1064 nm 14 J/cm…

Paladin Compact 355 quasi-CW laser

Paladin Compact 355 quasi-CW laser

…only one pump diode. The use of a shorter resonator results in a higher modelocked/pulse-frequency (120 MHz instead of 80 MHz), and a reduced energy per pulse compared to longer Paladin models. Therefore, the Paladin Compact 355 potentially increases the lifetime of external optical systems without…

Legend Elite Series

Legend Elite Series

…offers a combination of energy, efficiency and beam quality unmatched by competing amplifier systems. For power hungry applications, the addition of a second external Evolution pump laser enables select Legend Elite Duo HE+ models to provide output energy up to 13 mJ per pulse at 1 kHz. The use of…

Ultrafast Amplifiers

Ultrafast Amplifiers

…for multi-user facilities, material processing or femtosecond pump and probe spectroscopy. If even higher energies are required, the Hidra family of amplifiers produce energy per pulse up to 100 mJ using a multipass stage following a regenerative amplifier. Hybrid kHz/10 Hz configurations add…

LaserCam-HR II

LaserCam-HR II

…calculations
* Excellent beam spatial uniformity
* Variable camera exposure time
* Compact size
* High-speed image capture rates (up to 15 frames per second)
* Pass/Fail TTL level output
* RS-232 and TCP/IP communication protocols
* RoHS compliant BeamView Software BeamView-USB is recognized as the…

LAMBDA SX Excimer Laser Series

LAMBDA SX Excimer Laser Series

…superconductors by Pulsed Laser Deposition (PLD), Laser Lift-Off (LLO) to high power UV LIDAR. The E-Series is ideal for Excimer Laser Annealing (ELA). Contact Us About This Product Close PRICE HERE Model Name Wavelength (nm) Max. Pulse Frequency (Hz) Max. Pulse Energy (mJ) Max. Power (W)…

RAPID FX

RAPID FX

…1m from laser output Pulse Energy Stability (RMS 1s) <2% Measured over 1000 pulses Pulse Stability (pk- pk) <6% 100 kHz single pulse Average Power Stability (RMS 2s) (over 8 hours) <2% Warm-up Time (cold start) <45 min Warm-up Time (warm start) <30 min Pulse Control Process pulse picker as standard…

Microelectronics

Microelectronics

pulse energy of the LAMBDA SX laser. This is an industrial-grade excimer laser which can deliver 1050 mJ at 308 nm, at a repetition rate of 300 Hz. The high pulse energy is used to pattern circuits up to 400 mm2 in area with a single laser pulse. And at 300 pulses per second, this “single pulse”