…add-on power amplifier that increases the pulse energy output of the Legend Elite amplifiers to more than 20 mJ, offering best efficiencies and beam quality at kHz repetition-rates. Legend Elite Series Legend Elite Series Ultrafast Ti:Sapphire Amplifier featuring an integrated Revolution pump…
…the world are developing new materials to be used as optical data storage material, while many computer companies are investigating methods of expanding the memory capacity of their current systems. Many optical disk systems are equipped with 780 nm laser diodes. These diodes are compact, reliable…
…ferroelectrics and “high k” gate resistors, semiconductor alloys, carbon nano-tubes, and more. Although visible or IR laser beams have been used for PLD applications, UV beams are now most commonly employed. Among UV pulsed lasers, excimer lasers provide a variety of short wavelengths combined with…
…Myopia, astigmatism, and hyperopia can all be treated effectively with the non-thermally damaging and precisely controllable ArF excimer laser beam. This technique has already helped millions of people since the early 1990s to enjoy life without glasses or contact lenses. Coherent is the leading…
…order to either expand or reduce beam size.
Whatever the optical method chosen for
external beam attenuation, the most important
factor is that it introduces virtually no beam
distortion. To avoid or minimize beam
distortion, any attenuation optics in the beam
The beam divergence of a laser beam is a measure for how fast the beam expands as it propagates in space.
There are different quantitative definitions in the literature. According to the most common definition, the beam
divergence is the derivative of the beam radius with…
Accessories for MATRIX Solid-State, Q-Switched Lasers MATRIX Accessories Features: · Beam Expander Mount · 90° Cable Adapter · Kinematic Mounts and Balls, IR and UV · Mounting Feet, IR and UV · Water-Cooling Plate Kit www.Coherent.com/MatrixAccessories Superior Reliability & Performance A host…
Beam Divergence (mrad)
without Beam Expander
with Beam Expander
Output Beam Diameter (mm)
without Beam Expander2
with Beam Expander3
Relative Humidity (%)
-20 to +60°C (-4 to 140°F)
5 to 80
>110V and 230V
1 Defined as time to meet all specifications.
AVIA LX 355-20 Spec UV Performance
…the end user expands or
focus the beam or as a complete focused system.
FA = Fan angle and is the divergence of the Powell,
angles range from 0.25 up to 120 degrees
E = Beam expander expansion power
f = Focal length
WD = Working distance
i = input beam diameter @…
Input Power Requirements
Input Voltage (VAC) 90 to 240, 50 to 60 Hz
Input Power maximum typical
Power Supply (VA) 750 350
1 AVIA Ultra 2000 compatible beam parameters through internal beam expander (BE).
2 At specified rep. rate.
MATRIX 355 Datasheet
…setup include a beam expander to enlarge the raw output of the laser, a pair of computer controlled galvanometer mirrors to move the beam in two axes (perpendicular to the optical axis), and then a scan lens to focus the radiation on the work surface. This method enables the laser beam to rapidly…
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