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COHR AVIA NX UV DS 0117 5.pdf

COHR AVIA NX UV DS 0117 5.pdf

…NX AVIA NX
355-20 355-25 355-30
Fundamental Center Wavelength (nm) 354.7 354.7 354.7
Output Power and Energy 20W, 200 µJ at 100 kHz 25W, 250 µJ at 100 kHz 30W, 250 µJ at 120 kHz
Repetition Rate Single-shot to 250 kHz Single-shot to 300 kHz Single-shot to 300 kHz
Pulse Width

COHR AVIA LX UV DS 0818 3.pdf

COHR AVIA LX UV DS 0818 3.pdf

AVIA LX 355-20
Fundamental Center Wavelength (nm) 354.7
Output Power (W) (specified) >20 at 50 kHz
Output Power (W) (typical) >15 at 100 kHz
>10 at 150 kHz
>5 at 200 kHz
Pulse Energy (µJ) Up to 400
Repetition Rate Single-shot to 300 kHz
Pulse Width

COHR AVIA NX Green DS 0818 3.pdf

COHR AVIA NX Green DS 0818 3.pdf

AVIA NX Datasheet
SPECIFICATIONS1 AVIA NX 532-36 AVIA NX 532-45
Fundamental Center Wavelength (nm) 532 532
Output Power and Energy 36 W, 327 µJ at 110 kHz 45 W, 346 µJ at 130 kHz
Repetition Rate Single-shot to 300 kHz Single-shot to 300 kHz
Pulse Width (ns) <33 up to 110…

GUI 3.88 Revision History.pdf

GUI 3.88 Revision History.pdf

…problem in the Monaco GUI where the pulse width control would not be visible
HyperNX:#588 - Change AOM2 Width parameter in Triggering Tab dependent on firmware
version
HyperNX:#589 - Frequencies in LRRB window should be sorted by value
AVIA LX:#281 - Moved THMT control to the…

USP Lasers Semiconductor Packaging Whitepaper.pdf

USP Lasers Semiconductor Packaging Whitepaper.pdf

…features in this context are pulse gating, continuous energy control of
individual pulses, and the ability to alter repetition rate on the fly. These are necessary to support a
high degree of synchronization between the scanner, motion stage, and the laser pulses, enabling
optimum…

Whitepaper - USP Lasers Deliver Cleaner Cuts for Semiconductor Packaging.pdf

Whitepaper - USP Lasers Deliver Cleaner Cuts for Semiconductor Packaging.pdf

…features in this context are pulse gating, continuous energy control of
individual pulses, and the ability to alter repetition rate on the fly. These are necessary to support a
high degree of synchronization between the scanner, motion stage, and the laser pulses, enabling
optimum…

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…in this context are pulse
gating, continuous energy control of individual pulses,
and the ability to alter repetition rate on the fly. These are
necessary to support a high degree of synchronisation
between the scanner, motion stage, and the laser pulses,
enabling optimum…

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