…of CO lasers, and shows how these lead to significant benefits in the specific example of glass processing. Mid-IR wavelength advantages CO lasers output mid-infrared light (approximately 5.5 µm), as opposed to the far infrared output (10.6 µm) of the widely used CO 2 laser. This shorter…
…possible failure points. Compact Size. AVIA NX lasers are far more powerful than any competitor and feature a fully integrated laser head with no separate controller and cumbersome umbilical. Yet the laser head is much smaller than earlier AVIA lasers or any 40 W rated competitor, measuring only 83…
such as far infrared CO
and near infrared solid state and fber lasers because
all these remove material through thermal
means. Heating of the bulk material can
cause fber damage as well as cracks in
the matrix. In contrast, ultraviolet lasers…
…all commercial, scientific, and medical lasers operating in the visible, near infrared and far infrared, including CO2 lasers at 10.6 µm. 50 mW to 150W PowerMax-Pro Features: · Measures power in tens of microseconds · High power up to 150W · Supports lasers from UV to Far-IR wavelengths · Capable of…
…preferred laser for these singulation applications, because the size of the HAZ can often be
minimized by utilizing UV output, compared to the longer (green, infrared) wavelengths. This is
because UV light is strongly absorbed by most materials, and therefore doesn't penetrate as far into…
…and large active area make these detectors useful with virtually all commercial, scientific, and medical lasers operating in the visible, near infrared and far infrared, including CO2 lasers at 10.6 μm. Drawing Packages Click the links below to download a complete drawing package for these products.…
lasers emit the longest infrared (IR)
output of any marking laser. Additionally, IR penetrates
far into many materials, which can cause a substantial
laser marking is limited to…
…sensors enable 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).…
Layer Selective Debonding with Excimer Lasers
The laser debonding process is conducted with a 308
nm excimer laser. UV lasers work via a cold process
very much different from infrared lasers.
IR lasers penetrate far into the adhesive layer and
…in attosecond light pulses.
The Astrella amplifier is used, for example, in 2D infrared (IR) spectroscopy.
"Conventional infrared absorption spectra are usually obtained from a Fouriertransform infrared (FTIR) instrument,"
says Henrich. "Each peak corresponds to
…laser beam to that of a second beam--handy for use with Quantel's
EverGreen dual laser product. Billings
notes that the Gentec system enables
Quantel to align the dual laser beams so
that they are collinear to better than 100
µm in the near field and 100 µrad in the
…commercial, scientific, and medical lasers operating in the visible, near infrared and far infrared, including CO2 lasers at 10.6 µm. FEATURES · Measures power in tens of microseconds · High power up to 150W for HD models and 200W for BB models · Supports lasers from Visible to Far-IR wavelengths ·…
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