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COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

Variable Attenuator Modules (C-VARM
and UV C-VARM) contain two wedge attenuators that are
continuously variable and a step attenuator that allows
attenuation from 107:1 down to 3000:1.The C-VARM and
UV C-VARM can be finely adjusted to achieve both precise
attenuation levels…

COHR ExcimerCatalog2019.pdf

COHR ExcimerCatalog2019.pdf

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Excimer Lasers and UV Optical Systems Components: Attenuator Modules
Components
Attenuator Modules
Attenuator Module, Manual
- Variable attenuation substrate 60 x 35 x 2 mm3 with inverse characteristic for high thermal stability
- Compensator plate 60 x…

COHR HyperRapidNX DS 0618 1.pdf

COHR HyperRapidNX DS 0618 1.pdf

…non-condensing, Dew-point <22°C
1 At lowest amplifier pulse repetition rate, unless stated otherwise.
2 Maximum output power (variable attenuator and process shutter at maximum transmission).
3 After warm-up time, chiller temperature = 23 ±0.1°C.
4 Steady-state (no pulse…

UV Optical Components

UV Optical Components

--> UV Optical Components Making the most of a UV laser beam. Contact Us About This Product Close PRICE HERE Attenuators Attenuator Module, Manual Variable attenuation substrate 60 x 35 x 2 mm 3 with inverse characteristic for high thermal stability. Compensator plate 60 x 35 x 2 mm 3 to compensate…

C24 Program

C24 Program

…FieldMaxII-TO + PM30 S-1551 FieldMaxII-TO + PS19 Accessories Beam Diagnostic Accessories BeamCube Fixed Attenuator - BCUBE Continuous Variable Attenuator - C-VARM UV Continuous Variable Attenuator - UV-C-VARM Power Sensor Accessories 1000:1 Attentuator FC/PC Type Connector Thermal SmartSensor…

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

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

…the use of attenuation optics is often not
required for many beams.
Question: How fast can beam image information
and data get captured? How do continuous-wave
(CW) lasers differ from pulsed lasers?
Answer
Continuous-wave versus pulsed lasers:
A key parameter…

COHR HyperRapidNXT DS 0619 3.pdf

COHR HyperRapidNXT DS 0619 3.pdf

…Steady-state (no pulse gating or change of pulse repetition rate).
4 Single-pulse operation (burst number = 1).
5 Maximum power with variable attenuator and process shutter at maximum transmission.
6 Over 8 hours, ±1°C ambient temperature.
7 With 5 pulses in the burst, at the…

COHR HRNX SmartCleave DS 0718 3.pdf

COHR HRNX SmartCleave DS 0718 3.pdf

…non-condensing, Dew-point <22°C
1 At lowest amplifier pulse repetition rate, unless stated otherwise.
2 Maximum output power (variable attenuator and process shutter at maximum transmission).
3 After warm-up time.
4 Steady-state (no pulse gating or change of pulse repetition…

Article

Article

…(FWHM) and stretched pulses at the laser exit of 600 ps
duration (Fig. 2). The pulses were compressed using a double-pass, dual-grating compressor with variable
length to access pulse durations between 400 fs and 18 ps. The compressed pulses were attenuated with a
rotatable half-wave…

Biosafety Level 3 setup for multiphoton microscopy in vivo

Biosafety Level 3 setup for multiphoton microscopy in vivo

…automatic tunable Ti:Sa laser
(Chameleon Ultra II, Coherent) generating pulsed radiation in the range of 680-1080nm is used as excitation
light source for conventional MPM. The beam control (BeamOptimizer, Lavision BioTec) uses a polarizer/analyzer as attenuation and an electro optical…