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FieldMaxII-TOP

FieldMaxII-TOP

…energy meter functions with a broad range of thermopile, optical and pyroelectric sensors. Together, these sensors enable FieldMaxII-TOP to measure UV, visible, and IR laser output from the nanowatt to the kilowatt range, and to work with CW and pulsed lasers with repetition rates of up to 300 Hz.…

FieldMaxII-P

FieldMaxII-P

…compliant) The FieldMaxII-P laser energy meter functions with a broad range of pyroelectric sensors. These sensors enable FieldMaxII-P to measure UV, visible, and IR laser output of pulsed lasers with repetition rates of up to 300 Hz. The updated FieldMaxII-P (RoHS)system features an enhanced PC…

Chameleon VUE Harmonics Accessory

Chameleon VUE Harmonics Accessory

…that can now be achieved at all input power levels with minimum pulse broadening. The system is also designed to optimize beam pointing stability and the beam intensity profile. Chameleon VUE is ideal for spectroscopic applications such as transient absorption spectroscopy and time-resolved imaging…

Genesis CX-STM

Genesis CX-STM

…Genesis CX STM-Series is made for end users and OEMs. It is a single transverse mode, TEM 00 laser that delivers extremely low noise, outstanding beam quality, and pointing stability. The CX STM-Series comes with a low-profile power supply for ease of tool integration for OEMs. The systems is…

Microelectronics

Microelectronics

…“high k” gate resistors, semiconductor alloys, carbon nano-tubes, and more. Although visible or IR laser beams have been used for PLD applications, UV beams are now most commonly employed. Among UV pulsed lasers, excimer lasers provide a variety of short wavelengths combined with energy levels that…

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OBIS CellX Laser Beam Combiner OBIS CellX is a compact, easy-to-use laser beam combiner featuring:
* Three to four wavelengths available to combine 405 nm, 488 nm, 561 nm, and 637 nm
* Output power available in 50 mW and 100 mW for each wavelength
* OBIS performance
* Common power, control and I/O…

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

…in cytological and neurological applications Fluorescence observations in biology and medicine Semiconductor UV metrology High resolution defect analysis and topography profiles in semiconductors Photoresist measurements CD, critical dimension measurements Overlay registration and line widths…

Microsoft Word - Understand Different Laser Beam  Rev 1 Final.doc

Microsoft Word - Understand Different Laser Beam Rev 1 Final.doc


widely established analyzers on the market place.
Which type of profiler works best for you (cameraor knife-edge-based)?
The primary factors which determine the type of beam profiler to
use are wavelength, beam size, laser power (or energy) and
operating mode (CW or pulsed).…

Laser Focus World - September 2015

Laser Focus World - September 2015

…types are used for
the beam profilers dedicated to UV, visible, or NIR, respectively. Another proprietary approach based on converting IR beams
into visible radiation is used for applications in the IR."
FIGURE 5. Cinogy's CinCam pico beam profiler fits within a cube 115
mm…

Industrial Photonics - July 2014

Industrial Photonics - July 2014


flat-top profile, with intensity that rises quickly to a fixed
level and is then flat across the beam.
Laser profiles are normally Gaussian, with optics and
apertures used to transform this into a flat top. For lowerpower lasers, a camera or a scanning-slit profiler is used

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf


with the Beam Intensity Profilers.
The Beam Intensity Profiler BIP-12F is a compact system accepting beams
up to 12 mm in diameter from 10 nm to 355 nm.The front of the BIP-12F
has a C-Mount thread, which allows it to be used in conjunction with
the UV BeamCube when high…

EU Photonics Flexible Displays.pdf

EU Photonics Flexible Displays.pdf

…panel size and
the applied line beam length, large-footprint excimer laser lift-off processing
rates comparable to about 10,000 flexible smartphone displays per hour are
achievable.
The merits of an all flat-top beam
profile
The high UV pulse energy of the excimer laser…

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