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Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

laser applications, it is not just laser power that does the work, but power density or beam "brightness". In Depth: Laser Brightness Beam brightness is a commonly used descriptive, non-quantitative term used to describe laser output. In the context of laser technology, the brightness of a laser

LaserCam HR-InGaAs

LaserCam HR-InGaAs

…capture when the laser is fired after an external trigger signal that is shorter than the default camera trigger delay. Depending on the default trigger delay of the camera (150 µsec for the CMOS camera types and 20 µsec for the InGaAs LaserCam-HR) and the repetition rate of the laser, the trigger…

Energy Max Laser Sensors

Energy Max Laser Sensors

…not compatible with FieldMaxII due to the high repetition rate. Contact Us About This Product PRICE HERE Close All Energymax Laser Sensors Products Excimer Laser EnergyMax Sensors High Rep-Rate EnergyMax Sensors Multipurpose EnergyMax Sensors YAG/Harmonics And IR sensors EnergyMax Performance…

MATRIX Family of Q-Switch Lasers | Coherent

MATRIX Family of Q-Switch Lasers | Coherent

…thousands of hours Software Matrix Laser Software 2017 Solid-State, Q-Switched Laser - The MATRIX product platform is optimized for cost-sensitive applications requiring high throughput which do not allow compromises on process quality and stability. The lasers are manufactured utilizing Coherent’s…

Mephisto Lasers

Mephisto Lasers

Mephisto Lasers Coherent’s portfolio of ultra-narrow linewidth CW lasers provides ultimate low noise performance for both scientific and instrumentation applications. Mephisto is a family of single frequency solid-state lasers based on Nd:YAG crystal in Non-Planar Ring Oscillator (NPRO)…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…the YAG 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

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…the YAG 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

YAG/Harmonics and IR Sensors

YAG/Harmonics and IR Sensors

…IR Sensors Very high damage threshold, large area, laser energy sensors optimized for Nd:YAG, Erbium, Ruby and Holmium lasers. Coherent YAG/Harmonics and IR EnergyMax sensors are specifically designed for use with very high energy/peak power lasers operating at low repetition rates, such as those…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…the YAG 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

Hidra - 10 Hz High Energy Ultrafast Amplifiers

Hidra - 10 Hz High Energy Ultrafast Amplifiers

…multipass) is pumped by a single 10 Hz lamp-pumped Nd:YAG laser. In hybrid pumping the regenerative amplifier is pumped with an Evolution diode-pumped kHz Nd:YLF laser and the multipass stage(s) are pumped with a lamp-pumped 10 Hz Nd:YAG laser. The main advantage of hybrid pumping is improved…

Sapphire Lasers

Sapphire Lasers

…footprint compared to (air-cooled) ion lasers
* 532 nm: no green noise, no complex resonator design required, no thermal lensing compared to Nd:YAG/ YVO4lasers
* 561nm: 4x higher efficiency/ less power consumption and heat dissipation than “yellow YAGs”
* Flexible interface concept: analog, RS-232,…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…In the past few years, new laser materials have emerged that can produce femtosecond-class pulses. These lasers are mostly based on Yb atoms in various host crystals (YAG, KGW, KYW, etc.). One important distinction between Ti:sapphire and Yb lasers is that Yb lasers are limited to producing pulses…

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