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DIAMOND J-3-5 CO Laser - 5µm

DIAMOND J-3-5 CO Laser - 5µm

…waveguide based discharge CO 2 lasers, opening up a range of possible uses. CO lasers output at a wavelength of approximately 5 µm, as opposed to 10.6 µm for CO 2 lasers. Since some materials which transmit at the longer wavelength absorb at 5 µm, and vice versa, this leads to advantages in various…

Materials Processing & Industrial Applications

Materials Processing & Industrial Applications

…superior electron mobility of polycrystalline silicon over amorphous silicon. Related Products LineBeam Stereolithography Stereolithography, where 3D Models are created with an extremely high level of detail and a smooth surface finish, is an excellent choice where a close approximation to the…

COHR DIAMOND J-3 DS 0617 1.pdf

COHR DIAMOND J-3 DS 0617 1.pdf

Diamond J-3 Series Datasheet
SPECIFICATIONS Diamond Diamond Diamond
J-3-9.4 J-3-10.2 J-3-10.6
Wavelength (m) 9.36 ±0.05 10.25 ±0.1 10.6 ±0.4
Output Power2 (W) 250 225 250
Power Range3 (W) 10 to 225 10 to 225 10 to 250
Nominal Peak Power4 (W) 750
Power Stability2,5…

COHR DIAMOND J-5 DS 1117 1.pdf

COHR DIAMOND J-5 DS 1117 1.pdf


SPECIFICATIONS Diamond Diamond Diamond Diamond
J-5-9.4 J-5-10.2 J-5-10.6 J-5-10.6NB
Wavelength (m) 9.36 ±0.05 10.25 ±0.5 10.2 to 10.8 10.6 ±0.05
Output Power2 (W) 400 400 450 450
Power Range3 (W) 40 to 400 40 to 400 45 to 450 45 to 450
Typical Peak Power4 (W) 1700 1450…

COHR DiamondJ-2 DS 0518 2.pdf

COHR DiamondJ-2 DS 0518 2.pdf

Diamond J-2 Datasheet
SPECIFICATIONS1 Diamond J-2-9.4 Diamond J-2-10.2 Diamond J-2-10.6
Wavelength (m) 9.36 ±0.4 10.25 ±0.1 10.6 ±0.4
Output Power2 (W) 160 150 180
Power Range3 (W) 15 to 160 15 to 150 15 to 180
Typical Peak Power4 (W) 450 400 450
Power Stability2,5 (%)…

COHR DiamondJ-5 DS 0119 1.pdf

COHR DiamondJ-5 DS 0119 1.pdf

…J-5-9.4
Diamond
J-5-10.2
Diamond
J-5-10.6
Diamond
J-5-10.6NB
Wavelength (m) 9.36 ±0.05 10.25 ±0.05 10.2 to 10.8 10.6 ±0.05
Output Power2 (W) 400 400 450 450
Power Range3 (W) 40 to 400 40 to 400 45 to 450 45 to 450
Typical Peak Power4 (W) 1700 1450…

Diamond J-5 Series OEM Lasers Preinstallation Manual, Rev. AC

…in USA Made in Thailand
3 - Laser System Compliance Label
(J-5-10.6 Example)
Figure 1-6. Labels
This product is intended for use solely as a component of an OEM product and does not
comply with CDRH performance standards, 21 CFR subchapter J, if operated as a standalone…

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

…Broadband 1064 3 PM DB-25
1098461 PM5K-100 0.25 to 11.0 100W 5000W 1W - 100 Broadband 1064 3 PM DB-25
1098505 PM5K-200 0.25 to 11.0 100W 5000W 1W - 200 Broadband 1064 3 PM DB-25
Position-Sensing Air-Cooled Thermopile Sensors (to 200W)
1098328 LM-3 0.25 to 10.6 10 mW 3W 1 mW 0.5…

compatibility matrix 02

compatibility matrix 02

…C-30 10.6 um FieldMaxII-TO PM30 C-40, C-55 C-70, J-2 10.6, 9.4 um FieldMaxII-TO PM150 J-3-5 CO Laser 5um FieldMaxII-TO PM300, PM300F E-150, GEM-100, G-100, G-150, G-100i 10.6, 9.4 um FieldMaxII-TO PM150 E-250, E250i, J-3 10.6, 9.4 um FieldMaxII-TO PM300F-19 E-400, E-400i, E-1000, J-5, K-500 10.6 um…

Industrial Laser Solutions - May/June 2015

Industrial Laser Solutions - May/June 2015

…application in which this difference in absorption coeffcient has a signifcant impact is in glass cutting. In CO 2 laser-based glass cutting, the 10.6µm output is absorbed very strongly at the surface. The heat generated at the surface must then diffuse into the bulk material; subsequent water jet…

2009 LMCCatalog86.pdf

2009 LMCCatalog86.pdf

…Sensor C-30 10.6 FieldMaxII-TO PM30 C-40, C-55, C-70 10.6 FieldMaxII-TO PM150 G-100, G-150 10.2 to 10.7 FieldMaxII-TO PM150 G-100i 9.4 ±0.3 FieldMaxII-TO PM150 K-250, K-225i, K-300 10.4 to 10.8 FieldMaxII-TO PM300F-19 E-400, K-500 10.2 to 10.8 FieldMaxII-TO PM1K GEM Select 50, 100 10.6 nominal…

Coherent-new-lasers-improve-glass-cutting-methods wp.pdf

Coherent-new-lasers-improve-glass-cutting-methods wp.pdf

…illustration of CO2 laser scribing.
Laser scribing of glass works by thermal shock. Specifically, all glasses absorb strongly at the
10.6 µm CO2
laser wavelength, so a focused laser beam causes rapid heating at or near the
surface of the glass. To produce a cut, the glass…