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C24 Program

C24 Program

…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 Adapter Call +86 400 610 0209…

LaserCam-HR II

LaserCam-HR II

…2.0 eliminates the need for an interface card (frame-grabber)
* High-accuracy beam diameter calculations
* Excellent beam spatial uniformity
* Variable camera exposure time
* Compact size
* High-speed image capture rates (up to 15 frames per second)
* Pass/Fail TTL level output
* RS-232 and TCP/IP…

Monaco femtosecond industrial laser

Monaco femtosecond industrial laser

…provides IR, Green, or UV output for 24/7 production environments. Its compact size allows for easy integraion and service. The laser offers variable energy and repetition rate to enable low HAZ in applications such mobile device manufacturing, laser glass cutting, OLED display processing, wafer…

OBIS LG Ultraviolet Laser

OBIS LG Ultraviolet Laser

…needed in your instrument. Based on Coherent’s unique Optically Pumped Semiconductor Laser (OPSL) technology, the OBIS LG is available in variable output power without changing the beam parameters. This, combined with a diffraction limited beam, low noise, and high stability, provides unparalleled…

LaserCam HR-InGaAs

LaserCam HR-InGaAs

…x 256 Spectral Range (nm) 900 to 1700 Trigger Connector BNC receptacle (trigger cable included) USB 2.0 Cable 6 ft. standard A/B cable included Variable Frame Integration 20 µsec to 10 msec, default at 1 msec BeamView Software The latest release of the BeamView-USB 4.4 software includes several…

Pulse Picker

Pulse Picker

…are available, SiO 2 for applications demanding the highest contrast ratio for input powers >2W, or the TeO 2 cell which is recommended for input powers 2W, or the TeO2 cell which is recommended for input powers <2W and for higher diffraction efficiency. For use with femtosecond or picosecond lasers…

SureLock™ 785/830/976/1064 nm Butterfly OEM Laser Module

SureLock™ 785/830/976/1064 nm Butterfly OEM Laser Module

…locked region. The narrowed linewidth, low power consumption, and broad stabilized temperature operating characteristics deliver affordable, portable instrument-quality performance. Available in 785 nm, 830 nm, 976 nm, and 1064 nm versions with power levels up to 600 mW. Comes with an FC/PC…

Chameleon-Peak-Power-White-Paper.pdf

Chameleon-Peak-Power-White-Paper.pdf

…keeping the average laser
power constant as exemplified in Figure 4.
Practical implementation of GDD precompensation can
be done with chirped mirrors [11] as long as the
wavelength being used is fixed and the amount or
variability of negative chirp is limited. However,…

2011-Diode-Laser-Modules-and-Pattern-Generators-Catalog.pdf

2011-Diode-Laser-Modules-and-Pattern-Generators-Catalog.pdf

…Universal Power Supply provides
a well-regulated 6 VDC, 250 mA output for driving any
of the Coherent Diode LabLasers with the additional
benefit of variable power control.To vary the output
power of the Diode LabLasers which incorporate the
Variable Power and Modulation…

Lasers-for-Life-Sciences-Product-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf

Lasers-for-Life-Sciences-Product-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf


Laser Head
Top View
Side View
Rear View
Bottom View Front View
Features
· Superior mode quality
· Variable power setting
· New reduced size
· OPSL reliability
· Integrated control electronics
· USB and serial for complete I/O and controls…

COHR LaserCam-HRII DS 0318 2.pdf

COHR LaserCam-HRII DS 0318 2.pdf

…Large-area arrays · Compact 68 x 68 x 43 mm package · Metric and English mounts included · CW and pulsed operation including external triggering · Variable exposure time · User-variable trigger delay · C-mount thread for additional accessories OPTIONS & ACCESSORIES · Scientific · UV Lasers ·…

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mm Millimeter(s) = 10
-3
meters
mrad Milliradian(s) = 10
-3
radians (angle)
ms Millisecond(s) = 10
-3
seconds
mV Millivolt(s)
MVP Modulation and variable power
mW Milliwatt(s) = 10
-3
Watts (power)
NA Numerical aperture