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Book.book

Book.book

Operation 25 Alignment Target Chart (Position-sensing thermopile sensors only) The target represents the bull's-eye view of the laser beam position of the selected sensor. Position values are scaled and the outer ring refers to the aperture radius. The dot on the target represents the position of…

MATRIX CW Lasers | Coherent

MATRIX CW Lasers | Coherent

…technology, a special process for optimal adjustment and fixation of optical components by a soldering process. This guarantees best optical alignment and stability over the whole lifetime of the product. For pumping, Coherent’s AAA pump diodes with MTBFs >40,000 hours are applied. The MATRIX…

Sapphire Lasers

Sapphire Lasers

…stay stable over time due to Coherent’s unique and patented Permalign technology: the optical components are aligned to optimum and then soldered. Therewith the optimal alignment is frozen over the lifetime of the product, the laser becomes highly insensitive to vibration and thermal cycles.…

Sapphire Lasers

Sapphire Lasers

…stay stable over time due to Coherent’s unique and patented Permalign technology: the optical components are aligned to optimum and then soldered. Therewith the optimal alignment is frozen over the lifetime of the product, the laser becomes highly insensitive to vibration and thermal cycles.…

Microelectronics

Microelectronics

…thin films of complex materials on substrates like Silicon wafers. The material to be deposited (target) is vaporized by short and intense laser pulses and forms a plasma plume. Then, the vaporized target material from the plasma bombards the substrate and – under the right conditions – creates a…

Book.book

Book.book

Operation 25 Alignment Target Chart (Position-sensing thermopile sensors only) The target represents the bull's-eye view of the laser beam position of the selected sensor. Position values are scaled and the outer ring refers to the aperture radius. The dot on the target represents the position of…

Book.book

Book.book

Operation 25 Alignment Target Chart (Position-sensing thermopile sensors only) The target represents the bull's-eye view of the laser beam position of the selected sensor. Position values are scaled and the outer ring refers to the aperture radius. The dot on the target represents the position of…

ModeMaster PC User Manual

ModeMaster PC User Manual

…well above the Alignment Target and the appropriate error message is displayed. Utilize the alignment counts to restore alignment. A large count value indicates the offending alignment axis. Reduce the count value to restore the valid alignment condition. Large static alignment count values indicate…

ModeMaster PC User Manual

ModeMaster PC User Manual

…well above the Alignment Target and the appropriate error message is displayed. Utilize the alignment counts to restore alignment. A large count value indicates the offending alignment axis. Reduce the count value to restore the valid alignment condition. Large static alignment count values indicate…

ModeMaster PC User Manual

ModeMaster PC User Manual

…well above the Alignment Target and the appropriate error message is displayed. Utilize the alignment counts to restore alignment. A large count value indicates the offending alignment axis. Reduce the count value to restore the valid alignment condition. Large static alignment count values indicate…

ModeMaster PC User Manual

ModeMaster PC User Manual

…optical axis. Alignment With the Alignment plot at 2x resolution, both the dot (representing the focal point of the beam at the back of the rotating drum) and the small circle (representing the position of the beam at the front of the rotating drum) should be within the alignment target on the…

ModeMaster PC User Manual

ModeMaster PC User Manual

…optical axis. Alignment With the Alignment plot at 2x resolution, both the dot (representing the focal point of the beam at the back of the rotating drum) and the small circle (representing the position of the beam at the front of the rotating drum) should be within the alignment target on the…

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