Search Results

Refine

Result Type

1 - 11 of 11 Products for 'Laser Discharge Unit' Page 1 of 1 |
  • 1

Laser Discharge Unit

00 Laser Cooling.book

00 Laser Cooling.book

…path that includes the laser and a chiller. The heat generated by the laser is removed in the chiller, typically a refrigeration unit which discharges its excess heat into air or liquid.
Each type of system has advantages and disadvantages for cooling
ion lasers as detailed in the…

Excimer laser technology trends

Excimer laser technology trends

…of pulsed laser deposition advances. The available UV average power level nowadays exceeds 1 kW and novel excimer laser beam utilization schemes in combination with sophisticated substrate-target geometries are ready to utilize the full laser upscaling potential and thereby reduce unit costs. (Some…

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

lasers in spite of their
practical inferiority.
Laser Diodes
Laser diodes are the most common laser type in use
today, found in far more consumer products (e.g., DVD
players) than all other laser types combined. And
higher power units act as pumps in many other laser

Conference FBG Cohr in Goe 0916.pdf

Conference FBG Cohr in Goe 0916.pdf

…additional water-cooling of the laser discharge unit. The
forced circulation in the laser tube brings the laser gas,
heated up by the laser discharge, to a heat exchanger always providing the correct operating temperature of the
active medium. The laser tube windows, for optimum…

Coherent

Coherent

…to extend the lifetime of certain high cost
components in the laser discharge units (LDU) used in our ELA tools.
During the fourth quarter of fiscal 2014, we completed delivery of approximately $10 million of
lasers used for sapphire processing and we do not know when, or whether, we…

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

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

…Over-Voltage Protection
Beam Modulation Via optional BNC connector
ESD Protection (kV) Discharge: Contact = 4; Indirect =4; Air =8
Power Options
Power Adjustment Potentiometer Laser power can be easily changed by adjusting an optional
built-in potentiometer with a small…

Book.book

Book.book

…practice to operate the laser in a room with controlled and
restricted access.
Electrical Safety The Coherent CUBE laser system does not contain hazardous
voltages. Do not disassemble the enclosure. There are no
user-serviceable components inside. All units are designed to be…

00 E-250 Pre.book

00 E-250 Pre.book

…Standards
Relevant to
CE Mark
E-250 Series units are components and thus, the system integrator is
responsible for meeting the applicable standards for CE mark. As
part of the testing program, the E-250 Series lasers have been shown
to be compliant with the relevant…

32311a coverSinglesRR.indd

32311a coverSinglesRR.indd

…in various jurisdictions
around the world, including the United States.
Environmental liabilities
Our operations are subject to various laws and regulations governing the environment, including
the discharge of pollutants and the management and disposal of hazardous substances.…

34706a cover.indd

34706a cover.indd

…do not incorporate hazardous or toxic materials and chemicals,
some of the gases used in our excimer lasers and some of the liquid dyes used in some of our scientific
laser products are highly toxic. In addition, our operations involve the use of standard laboratory and
manufacturing…

Microsoft Word - Coherent whitepaper Cube performance Final0910

Microsoft Word - Coherent whitepaper Cube performance Final0910

…noise of a random group of
CUBE lasers of different models and at various output
powers. Not only do all the lasers meet the noise
specification, but notice the tight grouping, i.e. high unit
to unit consistency. Over 75% of the lasers have a total
RMS noise level between…

Powered by Site Search powered by SLI Systems

Please Read Before Continuing

Risk factors: Except for the historical information contained here, many of the matters discussed in this Web site are forward-looking statements, based on expectations at the time they were made, that involve risks and uncertainties that could cause our results to differ materially from those expressed or implied by such statements. These risks are detailed in the “Factors That May Affect Future Results” section of our latest 10-K or 10-Q filing. Coherent assumes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements.


I have read the terms and conditions