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Laser Induced Fluorescence

Magnum II Laser

Magnum II Laser

…for Magnum II lasers! Contact Us About This Product Close PRICE HERE High-Power Structured Light Pattern Generating Laser The Magnum II has fully protected electronics as well as a bipolar thermoelectric cooler used to keep the laser diode at a constant temperature. The laser beam can be modulated…

INNOVA Sabre Laser | Coherent

INNOVA Sabre Laser | Coherent

…Process Material Graphic Arts Microelectronics Scientific Graphic Arts Holography Laser Direct Imaging (LDI) Lithography Photographic Film Photoresist Dye Laser Ti:Sapphire Laser Plastic Paper Fluorescence Excitation --> Features & Benefits Argon DBW Innova Sabre Argon System with Dual…

Microelectronics

Microelectronics

…permanent change of the refractive index. Using an excimer UV laser to create an intense fringe pattern to irradiate the fiber, a permanent periodic modulation (spacing of the fringes) of the refractive index profile is photo induced giving rise to the periodic structure known as a Fiber Bragg…

COHR FLARE NX DS 0817 2.pdf

COHR FLARE NX DS 0817 2.pdf

…on demand, repetition rates from single-shot up to 2 kHz · Excellent beam quality TEM00/M2 <1.2 APPLICATIONS · Laser Induced Fluorescence Spectroscopy · MALDI-TOF Spectroscopy · Laser Micro Dissection · LIDAR · Inspection and Process including Environmental Control · Materials Processing - e.g.…

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

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

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Lasiris
Application Primers
Spatial uniformity directly correlates to system performance for Light Induce Fluorescence and scatter type
applications. This improves signal to noise especially
for submicron LIF type applications.
Easier system…

COHR ExcimerCatalog2019.pdf

COHR ExcimerCatalog2019.pdf

…(TCO, ITO, ZnO, FiNx, etc.) · · ·
Laser Lift-Off (LLO) · · · ·
Surface Treatment
Excimer Laser Annealing (ELA/SLS)· ·
Cylinder Honing· ·
Pulsed Laser Deposition (PLD) · · · ·
Laser Direct Synthesis (LDS) · ·
Laser Direct Patterning (LDP) · · ·
Laser-Induced…

Chameleon-Peak-Power-White-Paper.pdf

Chameleon-Peak-Power-White-Paper.pdf

…typically found on the datasheet of commercial
laser systems, such as average power, pulse width and
repetition rate. Thus:
From here it is relatively simple to see which laser
parameters can be adjusted to increase fluorescence
from a sample. The catch is, not all of these…

WP ChameleonPeakPower Final.pdf

WP ChameleonPeakPower Final.pdf

…typically found on the datasheet of commercial
laser systems, such as average power, pulse width and
repetition rate. Thus:
From here it is relatively simple to see which laser
parameters can be adjusted to increase fluorescence
from a sample. The catch is, not all of these…

whitepaper next gen mpe v3.pdf

whitepaper next gen mpe v3.pdf

…world, the
shortest possible pulses at constant average power would produce the highest fluorescent
signal (or neuron activation). In following these considerations, Coherent ytterbium fiber lasers
set industry standards for the shortest available pulsewidths in their power class.…

PowerLine Laser

PowerLine Laser

…Light Pattern Generating Laser Bridging the power gap between the popular SNF and Magnum series lasers, this thermoelectrically cooled device is able to emit uniform laser lines at high powers. With exceptional beam pointing and focusing stabilities, the PowerLine laser can be operated in extreme…

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

laser light, causing the dyes to fluoresce. The fluorescence emission is spectrally filtered to separate the signals. Quantitative analysis of the respective signal strengths yields a distribution of the blood components within the sample. The current generation of dyes is excited by 488 nm laser

Biosafety Level 3 setup for multiphoton microscopy in vivo

Biosafety Level 3 setup for multiphoton microscopy in vivo

…preventing any contamination to reach the laser components
when positioning the laser on the optical table (Fig. 2c). Importantly, to prevent deformation of the PVC material
over time and provoke misalignment of the laser beam with the microscope, the laser head rests directly on the

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