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Tunable Uv Laser

Chameleon Family

Chameleon Family

UV wavelengths in an automated hands-free package that communicates with the Chameleon laser to optimize crystal phase matching. Chameleon Family Literature Femtosecond Lasers for Life Sciences Brochure The Ultimate Portfolio of Femtosecond, Tunable Laser Sources Multiphoton microscopy demands laser

INNOVA Sabre Laser | Coherent

INNOVA Sabre Laser | Coherent

…Window (DBW) and Tunable Sealed-Mirror (TSM). DBW lasers offer the complete wavelength range, providing maximum flexibility, single-wavelength, and single-frequency. TSM lasers provide single-line and single-frequency performance, in either the UV-only or visible-only regime. TSM lasers carry some…

250 kHz Ultrafast Amplifiers

250 kHz Ultrafast Amplifiers

…semi-automated laser material processing applications. 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. OBIS Lasers OBIS Lasers From miniaturized lasers to laser

INNOVA 300C Laser

INNOVA 300C Laser

…lifetime
* Linear passbank power supply for lowest noise operation
* Multiline output to 8 W tunable, 10 W in a pumping configuration
* Argon or Krypton models, including Krypton models optimized for Violet or UV wavelengths
* PowerTrack™ automatic active cavity stabilization for maximum power, best…

Laser Focus World - May 2015

Laser Focus World - May 2015

…content from 400 to 2400
nm, he adds. Fianium also provides UV
or IR optimized spectral content options,
as well as an array of tunable filters that
are used to turn the broadband lasers into
highly tunable single-wavelength sources.
Uses include fluorescence imaging,…

OPA 9400/9450

OPA 9400/9450

…manual adjustment of the OPA crystal and a delay line. The main outputs consist of a signal beam tunable from 480-700 nm, and an idler beam tunable from 930-2300 nm.
* Wide spectral coverage from UV to IR
* Ease of use
* Variable repetition rate
* Multiple output beams
* Frequency-doubling option…

OPA 9800/9850

OPA 9800/9850

…manual adjustment of the OPA crystal and a delay line. The main outputs consist of a signal beam tunable from 480-700 nm, and an idler beam tunable from 930-2300 nm.
* Wide spectral coverage from UV to IR
* Ease of use
* Variable repetition-rate
* Multiple output beams
* Frequency-doubling option…

Lasers for Optogenetics and Multimodal Microscopy

Lasers for Optogenetics and Multimodal Microscopy

…wavelengths
much of the UV signal would be re-absorbed by the tissue.)
With labeled tissues, a common multimodal use of these new lasers will be to
use the fixed 1040 nm output to image
one of the mFruit series of red fluorescent proteins. The tunable output can
then be set…

Coherent

Coherent

…For example, ultraviolet (``UV'') lasers are enabling the move
towards miniaturization, which drives innovation and growth in many markets. In addition, the advent
of industrial grade ultrafast lasers continues to open up new applications for laser processing.
OUR STRATEGY…

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

…of small-frame argon or krypton ion lasers are also well suited for Raman experiments in the visible region of the spectrum. Innova 70C Spectrum is a mixed gas lasers that can generate a number of laser lines from the UV to the near IR. Ultraviolet (UV) resonance Raman spectroscopy is a useful…

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* Optional laser box for remote features and thermal management Now available as OBIS Galaxy Integrated System! Equipped with a laser combiner, OBIS lasers, and the OBIS Laser Box. Download the Life Sciences Catalog to learn more. Data Sheet OBIS Galaxy Chameleon Discovery One box widely tunable

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…or YLF laser to produce energies per pulse in the joule range at 1-100 Hz. These lasers are often used with nonlinear optical generators
that can produce tunable wavelengths in the UV, visible and IR region, enabling time- and wavelength-resolved studies. Nowadays most YAG or YLF lasers

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