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Picosecond Diode Laser

Diode-Pumped Solid-State or DPSS Lasers

Diode-Pumped Solid-State or DPSS Lasers

…and research. All Diode-Pumped Solid-State Lasers Products Ultrashort Pulse Laser Products Ultrashort Pulse Laser Products Coherent ultrashort pulse laser products include femtosecond lasers with up to 900 fs pulse widths and picosecond lasers with up to 80 MHz repetition rates. Pulsed Q-Switched…

HELIOS

HELIOS

…HELIOS lasers, in the IR and the Green, allow for picosecond precision in a variety of micromachining and microelectronics applications. The high peak power from pulse durations as low as a few hundred picoseconds allows HELIOS to deliver an effective number of photons to the sample. The laser pulse…

Paladin Compact 355 quasi-CW laser

Paladin Compact 355 quasi-CW laser

--> Paladin Compact 355 Quasi-CW UV lasers are ideal for materials processing applications of moderate speed, stereolithography and inspection. Quasi-CW UV lasers of medium power: 2W and 4W designed to optimally cope with customer installation/integration demands. Ideal for materials processing…

Mira 900

Mira 900

…most powerful and versatile ultrafast laser system available. Contact Us About This Product Close PRICE HERE The Mira 900 Family of Ultrafast Ti:sapphire Lasers The innovative design of the Mira-900 system makes switching between continuous-wave, picosecond and femtosecond operation simple, while…

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

…reason, near-IR light is often used. Laser sources for continuous wave (CW) Raman spectroscopy include laser diodes, diode-pumped lasers, optically pumped semiconductor lasers (OPSL), and ion lasers. For excitation at fixed wavelengths with CW solid-state lasers, Coherent offers the Sapphire SF…

Picosecond laser

Picosecond laser

…interlock. Opening this chain causes the shutter to close and
the laser diodes to deactivate (powering-off). The power supply and the chiller remain active. In case the Interlock is being
closed again, the laser diodes remain turned off. A manual
switch (off and on) is not necessary.…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…quality, and for many years, these lasers were lamp-pumped. But the ever-increasing power and lifetime characteristics of laser diodes
are causing these lasers to switch to diode pumping; i.e., DPSS lasers.
Conversely, lower-power Q-switched DPSS lasers are often based on Nd:YVO4
.…

COHR WhitePaper High Repetition Rate USP Lasers Improve OLED Cutting Results.pdf

COHR WhitePaper High Repetition Rate USP Lasers Improve OLED Cutting Results.pdf

…Product Line Manager, Industrial Picosecond Lasers, Coherent, Florent.Thibault@coherent.com, Hatim Haloui, Application Laboratory Manager, Joris van Nunen, Product Marketing Manager, www.coherent.com Increasing demand for displays based on organic light emitting diode (OLED) technology puts pressure…

Microelectronics

Microelectronics

…Solid-state lasers, CW and pulsed (visible and UV) Ion lasers CO2 lasers Semiconductor diode lasers (IR, visible, violet) Measurement Instruments Related Products HYPER RAPID HyperRapid NX Monaco Femtosecond Laser | Coherent Excimer Lasers & UV Beam Delivery Ion Lasers Sapphire Lasers

Mira-HP

Mira-HP

…pumped by the Coherent Verdi V18 laser, this ultrafast laser delivers higher power across the entire Ti:Sapphire tuning curve. The Mira-HP is the latest member of the Mira family of award-winning ultrafast Ti:Sapphire oscillators. These versatile lasers combine high reliability and a user-friendly…

Laser Focus World - February 2018

Laser Focus World - February 2018

100 µm 29 Laser Focus World www.laserfocusworld.com February 2018 U L T R A F A S T L A S E R S Picosecond lasers perform subsurface marking of stainless steel medical devices THORSTEN FERBACH and FRANK GAEBLER There is a growing need to apply permanent marks to stainless steel medical devices, and…

Laser Focus World - May 2015

Laser Focus World - May 2015

(picosecond and femtosecond) lasers are an essential subset of the lasers used today in industry and the medical arena (for example, machining glass for smartphone screens for the former, and laser eye surgery for the latter), it is the use of ultrafast lasers in research that allows such lasers to…