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COHR HyperRapid50 DS 0716 4.pdf

COHR HyperRapid50 DS 0716 4.pdf

…TTL pulses from system control - and low jitter (<20 ns), basically instantaneous even for fast moving beam deflection systems like scanners and rotary polygons. Burst mode can be selected in the software to directly determine how many 10 ps-pulses with 20 ns separation should be released in an…

COHR Monaco1035 DS 0318 5.pdf

COHR Monaco1035 DS 0318 5.pdf

…threshold materials · 60 W average power for high throughput · 10 ps for process tailoring · Repetition rate to 50 MHz for fast processing with polygon scanners · >320 µJ seeder burst mode for glass processing · Compact single box design for ease of integration · HALT-designed and HASS-verified to…

RAPID-NX-Data-Sheet-06-23-14.pdf

RAPID-NX-Data-Sheet-06-23-14.pdf

…pulse with a timing uncertainty of less than ±13 ns.This precision is sufficient for even the most demanding beam deflection systems such as polygon scanners. High Power Industrial ps-Laser RAPID NX Advantages: · 7W at 1064 nm · Repetition rate range from 50 kHz to 1000 kHz · Up to 50 µJ pulse…

HYPERRAPID100 DS 0414 5.pdf

HYPERRAPID100 DS 0414 5.pdf

…between trigger and optical pulse with a delay of ~150 ns - basically instantaneous even for fast moving beam deflection systems like scanners and rotary polygons. Burst mode can be selected in the software to directly determine how many 10 ps-pulses with 20 ns separation should be released in an…

COHR HyperRapid100 355-SW DS 0716 6.pdf

COHR HyperRapid100 355-SW DS 0716 6.pdf

…TTL pulses from system control - and low jitter (<20 ns), basically instantaneous even for fast moving beam deflection systems like scanners and rotary polygons. Burst mode can be selected in the software to directly determine how many 10 ps-pulses with 20 ns separation should be released in an…

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