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Pulse Burst

IndyStar Excimer Laser

IndyStar Excimer Laser

…tube lifetime PowerLok Smooth burst cycles TimeLok Stable trigger-to-pulse delay Energy Monitor Preset, stabilized energy output Single Phase Supply Easy integration Fast Pulse, High Precision Processing - Model Name Wavelength (nm) Max. Pulse Frequency (Hz) Max. Pulse Energy (mJ) Max. Power (W)…

COHR HRNX SmartCleave DS 0718 3.pdf

COHR HRNX SmartCleave DS 0718 3.pdf

…dashboard cutting (right)
HyperRapid NX Smartcleave Burst Mode Operation
Oscilloscope trace showing 5 pulses in the burst at 100 kHz repetition rate. The pulses in the burst are separated by 25 ns
Time (a.u.)
Signal (a.u.)
10 µs Burst
Spacing
for 100 kHz

LEAP Excimer Lasers

LEAP Excimer Lasers

Pulsed Laser Deposition Ablation-Material Removal Ceramic Polymer Glass Semiconductor Plastic Metal Composite --> Features & Benefits LEAP Features & Benefits Stabilized Laser Energy of up to 1 Joule in UV for fast and large are processing Individual laser pulse pattern by an internal burst

HyperRapid NX/NXT - Industrial Picosecond Laser

HyperRapid NX/NXT - Industrial Picosecond Laser

…applications with state-of-the-art pulse control and synchronization features. Pulses can be triggered on-demand with low jitter (<25 ns) and trigger-to-pulse delay. The fast process shutter allows both on/off control and energy attenuation for each individual pulse. Burst mode can be selected to…

Monaco femtosecond industrial laser

Monaco femtosecond industrial laser

…Monaco ultrashort pulse laser provides 80 W of IR, 40 W of green, or 25 W of UV power for 24/7 production environments. Monaco is designed and optimized to match ablation thresholds of materials. Consequently, ultra-low HAZ (heat affected zone) 1 MHz repetition rate and USP seeder burst mode of the…

LAMBDA SX Excimer Laser Series

LAMBDA SX Excimer Laser Series

…superconductors by Pulsed Laser Deposition (PLD), Laser Lift-Off (LLO) to high power UV LIDAR. The E-Series is ideal for Excimer Laser Annealing (ELA). Contact Us About This Product Close PRICE HERE Model Name Wavelength (nm) Max. Pulse Frequency (Hz) Max. Pulse Energy (mJ) Max. Power…

LabMax-Pro SSIM

LabMax-Pro SSIM

…every 50 microseconds), enabling real-time analysis of modulated or pulsed systems.
* Snapshot mode provides burst sampling at a rate of 625 kHz (a sample every 1.6 microseconds), enabling users to view the temporal pulse traces of modulated lasers in the tens of microseconds or longer, commonly…

SLS

SLS

…outstanding pulse-to-pulse stability of up to 0.5%, specifically for low pulse power
* High pulse energies & pulse lengths of up to 200 ms
* Pulse capacity control, high-resolution pulse forming, pulse-on-demand, power burst
* Unique RTPS technology with real-time check of important system…

FLS CL

FLS CL

…RTPS technology with outstanding pulse-to-pulse stability of up to 0.5%
* High pulse energies & pulse lengths of up to 200 ms
* Pulse power control, high-resolution pulse forming, pulse-on-demand, power burst
* Unique RTPS technology with real-time check of important system parameters such…

RAPID NX Laser

RAPID NX Laser

…Up to 50µJ pulse energy
* Pulse on demand
* Burst mode
* High beam quality M2 100:1 Polarisation direction Vertical ± 3 degrees IR Contrast ratio > 100:1 Defined as the energy ratio of the main pulse and first post pulse Pulse stability (RMS) < 1% at 1 MHz Measured over 1000 pulses - 1 sigma Pulse

VYPER Series Lasers

VYPER Series Lasers

…lowest costs per Watt ExiScope Software (optional) Onboard logging and evaluation of laser parameters PowerLok Smooth burst cycles TimeLok Stable trigger-to-pulse delay Adjustable Pulse Energy Advanced process control Motorized optics mounts (optional) Remote beam adjustment via hand-held control…

HYPER RAPID Lasers

HYPER RAPID Lasers

…micromachining. The newest member of this industrial ultrafast laser family, the HYPER RAPID 100 is the first ever to offer pulse-on-demand and burst mode operation in a 100W laser system, enabling a whole range of new processes for machining brittle materials such as ceramics, sapphire and glass.…

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