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H lase A4 4s 2705 lr.pdf

H lase A4 4s 2705 lr.pdf

…up to 8 kW
· Based on up to 2 kW single oscillator
· High beam quality
· High electrical-optical efficiency over full range of output powers
· High back reflection resistance
· Integrated power and temperature monitoring sensors
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O lase A4 4s 2705 lr.pdf

O lase A4 4s 2705 lr.pdf


· High power OEM configuration, up to 8 kW
· Based on up to 2 kW single oscillator
· High beam quality
· High optical-optical efficiency over full range of output powers
· High back reflection resistance
· Integrated power and temperature monitoring sensors

COHR HighLightFL1000P DS 0617.pdf

COHR HighLightFL1000P DS 0617.pdf

…quality (typ. 20 mm x mrad, round core output fiber) · Based on field-proven components and safety concept of high power fiber laser series · Back reflection safe due to integrated isolator · Detachable fiber APPLICATIONS · Ablation · Surface Cleaning, Activation and Structuring · Precision Material…

Microsoft Word - Wavelength Control and Locking with Sub-MHz Precision

Microsoft Word - Wavelength Control and Locking with Sub-MHz Precision


reflected back from this cavity contained information about the relative difference between the
Verdi wavelength and the wavelength of the reference cavity. A Haensch-Couillaud scheme was
used to lock the Verdi wavelength to the fixed wavelength of the reference cavity. The reflected

PowerMax-Pro-White-Paper-Novel-Laser-Power-Sensor-Improves-Process-Control FORMFIRST.pdf

PowerMax-Pro-White-Paper-Novel-Laser-Power-Sensor-Improves-Process-Control FORMFIRST.pdf

…characteristics to verify that it remains within acceptable bounds. Real-time pulse shape monitoring (which can be used to monitor peak power and calculate pulse energy) can provide a feedback loop back to the laser, which translates into improved process speed and feature uniformity. The frequency…

Industrial Laser Solutions - March/April 2016

Industrial Laser Solutions - March/April 2016

…processing reflective metals, such as copper and brass. Also, the use
of fused components (sometimes including the final delivery
fiber) means these lasers are not field-serviceable. So, if any
components are even slightly damaged, the entire laser must
be shipped back to the…

Biosafety Level 3 setup for multiphoton microscopy in vivo

Biosafety Level 3 setup for multiphoton microscopy in vivo

…components. The instrumentation necessary to perform MPM consists in a microscope equipped with optics to illuminate the specimen
and guide reflected light into the detectors, which is coupled to a femtosecond pulsed laser source. MPM studies
in a BSL3 setting are challenging due to the…

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