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Nanosecond Pulses

Nanosecond Lasers

Nanosecond Lasers

--> Nanosecond Lasers Nanosecond laser families range from the UV to the IR with wavelengths up to 1064 nm, repetition rates up to 2 kHz, and pulse energy up to 1000 µJ. These lasers are ideal for performing precision processing with excellent material removal rates for applications in…

Materials Processing & Industrial Applications

Materials Processing & Industrial Applications

…efficient machining and throughput. Defined by the level of precision needed, laser solutions range from short pulse (nanoseconds) to ultrashort pulses (picoseconds). Ultrashort pulses minimize heat affected zones and, combined with “cold machining” processes, offer the highest level of precision…

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

…several wavelengths in the range 229 nm to 257 nm. The very short wavelengths of these CW lasers minimize sample damage, compared with nanosecond pulses lasers, and minimize excitation of competing fluorescent signal. A dynamic field of Raman studies is coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering,…

Ultrafast Amplifiers

Ultrafast Amplifiers

…require amplified pulses, chose RegA to power their experiments at repetition rates up to 500kHz with pulses that can be easily converted with Coherent OPAs to cover the visible through mid-IR range. A broad range of accessories (harmonic and parametric amplifiers, pulse selectors and CEP…

COHR AVIA NX Green DS 0818 3.pdf

COHR AVIA NX Green DS 0818 3.pdf

…a nanosecond pulsed laser that offers high performance and reliability in an incredibly compact integrated package. AVIA NX is available in green versions with a range of power levels from 36 W to 85 W at 532 nm. An 80 kHz configuration provides best in class performance of >800 J per pulse. Extreme…

Solar Cell Manufacturing

Solar Cell Manufacturing

…source for c-Si UV-laser Edge Isolation, with over 90% market share. Within laser Edge Isolation, a high-speed scanner directs UV or green nanosecond laser pulses around the perimeter of cells, scribing narrow grooves between the finger grid and the cell edges. The use of short-wavelength laser…

Microelectronics

Microelectronics

pulse energy of the LAMBDA SX laser. This is an industrial-grade excimer laser which can deliver 1050 mJ at 308 nm, at a repetition rate of 300 Hz. The high pulse energy is used to pattern circuits up to 400 mm2 in area with a single laser pulse. And at 300 pulses per second, this “single pulse”

EU LTJ Ultrashort Pulses Improving the Process.pdf

EU LTJ Ultrashort Pulses Improving the Process.pdf

…cost can then be realistically determined. These can include Fixtures (clamping, motion stages, etc.) Laser output parameters (pulsewidth, pulse energy, pulse repetition frequency) Beam delivery and focusing These parameters must be systematically and iteratively optimized in conjunction with…

AVIA NX nanosecond laser

AVIA NX nanosecond laser

…highest UV power – up to 40 watts – and the highest green power – up to 65 watts. And with the green AVIA NX, you even have the choice of high pulse energy or high repetition rate to perfectly match the power characteristics to your application. Integrated Laser Head. With AVIA NX, there is no…

Pulsed Q-Switched

Pulsed Q-Switched

…repetition rates ranging from 1 to 350 khz, with pulse energies ranging from a few uJ to over 45 mJ/pulse. Contact Us About This Product Close All Pulsed Q-Switched Products AVIA NX AVIA NX AVIA NX is a diode-pumped, solid-state, Q-switched nanosecond laser offered at 532 nm and 355 nm. The laser…

HELIOS

HELIOS

…50 kHz 125 kHz Pulse Width (FWHM) <0.79 ns <0.69 ns <0.95 ns <0.69 ns <0.85 ns Spatial Mode TEM 00 (M 2 < 1.25) Beam Diameter (Gaussian Fit, 1/e2) 3.5 mm 2.5 mm 2 mm Polarization Linear Jitter (between sequential pulses, gating mode) < ±2 ns Jitter (trigger to laser pulse, single pulse triggering) <…

Photonics Spectra - July 2014

Photonics Spectra - July 2014

…characteristics make photodiodes most useful
for low-power measurements of CW lasers
and for pulse-shape characterization of
nanosecond pulsed lasers.
Thin-film thermoelectric technology
The ideal sensor for embedded power
measurement would combine the broad

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