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FieldMaxII-TOP User Manual

FieldMaxII-TOP User Manual

…average power density.
Area calculation returns an average power density reading for
both Flat and Gaussian profiles.
The parameter is entered as a diameter and assumes a circular beam
or aperture. The range for Area mode is 0.01 to 999.99 mm.
Pressing the Area button will:…

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

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

Beams (µm) 260
2
1 Available divergences for one and two dimensional diverging flat tops.
2 Available focal lengths for the imaged flat tops otion (l >400 nm) .Working distance will be a few mm shorter.
3 Zero order minimized.
Flat Top
Generators Flat Top 2D Flat Top

Properties-of-Structured-Light-Application-Note.pdf

Properties-of-Structured-Light-Application-Note.pdf


Refractive aspheric line generators are a technology that generates a uniform top
hat profile by combining the function of a roof prism and an aspheric cylinder.
The prism acts on the incoming beam to refract the light at a specific angle (Fan
Angle). The Aspheric cylinder…

StingRay and BioRay Laser Diode Modules

StingRay and BioRay Laser Diode Modules

…is Coherent’s compact high-performance laser for Life Science applications with an elliptical beam output with a user-adjustable beam divergence (adjustable focus). With BioRay, the elliptical beam is easier to integrate into today’s particle measuring systems. With RS-232 control the laser power…

LaserCam-HR II

LaserCam-HR II

Flat Top Beam Analysis Six additional calculations are now available with BeamView-USB for flat top beam analysis. These calculations are based upon the ISO 13694:2000 standards. The following calculations will allow for greater flexibility for the analysis of applications involving flat top beam

LaserCam HR-InGaAs

LaserCam HR-InGaAs

Flat Top Beam Analysis Six additional calculations are now available with BeamView-USB for flat top beam analysis. These calculations are based upon the ISO 13694:2000 standards. The following calculations will allow for greater flexibility for the analysis of applications involving flat top beam

LineBeam systems

LineBeam systems

…long axis beam homogeneity for maximum throughput and beam utilization Proven performance in leading large-scale OLED and LCD fabs Line Beam Optical System - 308 nm excimer laser annealing enables market growth of faster, brighter, thinner and more lightweight AM-LCD and AM-OLED flat panel devices…

Solid State Lasers for laser cutting, laser welding, ablation and laser drilling

Solid State Lasers for laser cutting, laser welding, ablation and laser drilling

…diode laser modules that produce high quality elliptical or circular beams. Visible Mini Diode Laser Modules Visible Mini Diode Laser Modules Miniature diode laser modules that produce high quality elliptical or circular beams. What is CW Laser A continuous wave (CW) laser is any laser that can emit…

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

…sources for bio-detection and biomedical applications. Coherent’s structured light lasers, when used in conjunction with our Flat Top Projector refractive beam shaper, can illuminate an area with uniform intensity for use in applications where scanning or inspection of biological molecules…

Materials Processing & Industrial Applications

Materials Processing & Industrial Applications

…thickness to width aspect ratio. High beam intensities heat the material upon evaporation temperature resulting in a deep capillary called a keyhole. Heat conduction welding is applicable for sheet metal up to a material thickness of approximately 2 mm. A laser beam, focused on the seam, heats the…

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

…crucial. Beam Diameter (Radius, Width) The beam diameter (generally defined as twice the beam radius, no matter what the particular definition of the beam radius is) is the most important propagation-related attribute of a laser beam. In case of a perfect top-hat (or flat-top) profile the beam

Lasers-for-Life-Sciences-Product-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf

Lasers-for-Life-Sciences-Product-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf

…diverging flat tops.
2 Available focal lengths for the imaged flat tops otion (l >400 nm) . Working distance will be a few mm shorter.
3 Zero order minimized.
Gratings for Beam
Splitting Option
Flat Top
Generators Flat Top 2D Flat Top Matrix 2D Flat Top 1D Flat Top