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StingRay and BioRay Laser Diode Modules

StingRay and BioRay Laser Diode Modules

…Includes mount, 1 meter cable, and Hirose connector, typical 1x3 mm collimated beam 1264214 BioRay 450 nm 50 mW Elliptical Dot Laser Analog Modulation enabled, Includes mount, 1 meter cable, and Hirose connector, typical 1x3 mm collimated beam 1270002 BioRay 488 nm 20 mW Elliptical Dot Laser Analog…

Genesis MX MTM-Series

Genesis MX MTM-Series

…is a component and comes with an optional electronics kit or OEM/end-user power supply. Additional accessories include air or water-cooling, a collimator, a fiber port (FC or SMA), and a shutter. Software is also included to interface with your existing software or as a standalone with our graphical…

Fiber Optic Cables

Fiber Optic Cables

…be cooled away. Compare our fibers QBH RQB QD QCR QCS SMAQ Mode stripper Yes Quartz block Yes Water-cooled Yes No
* Yes No No No Integrated collimating lens No No No Yes Yes No Integrated sensors No No Yes No No No AR-coatings 1030-1090 nm 780-1100 nm 510-550 nm 1030-1090 nm 1030-1090 nm 1530-1570…

Genesis MX-Series

Genesis MX-Series

…head is a component and comes with an optional temperature controller and/or power supply. Additional accessories include air or water-cooling, collimator, or shutter. Fiber coupling is available with the MX MTM OEM head only. The MX end user system is turn-key, CDRH and CE compliant, and comes…

Optical Safety

…standards for guidance. safety practices. When not in use, lasers should be shut down completely and made off-limits to unauthorized personnel. collimated over long distances and therefore presents a potential hazard if not confined. It is good practice to operate the laser in an enclosed room.…

Book.book

Book.book

…will blur the final image. Gently slide the head across the face of the assembly. 5. Using a 3/32 allen key, loosen the locking screw on the side of the laser head to turn the collimator using the focusing tool. Standard key Set-screw Laser aperture Dovetail mechanism Focus lock mechanism

Book.book

Book.book

…will blur the final image. Gently slide the head across the face of the assembly. 5. Using a 3/32 allen key, loosen the locking screw on the side of the laser head to turn the collimator using the focusing tool. Standard key Set-screw Laser aperture Dovetail mechanism Focus lock mechanism

COHR HighLightFL3000C DS 0617.pdf

COHR HighLightFL3000C DS 0617.pdf

…Data HighLight FL3000C (Multi Mode) High Power Yb:YAG Fiber Laser Nominal Power (W) 3000 Power Range (%) 10 to 100 Laser Beam Quality (BPP) at Collimator 3 mm x mrad BPP 4 mm x mrad for 100 µm fiber (optional 1.5 mm x mrad BPP 2.5 mm x mrad for 50 µm fiber) Power Stability (%) ±2 Pulse Frequency…

COHR HighLightFL1000P DS 0617.pdf

COHR HighLightFL1000P DS 0617.pdf

…Datasheet SPECIFICATIONS PRELIMINARY Technical Data HighLight FL1000P Pulsed Yb:YAG Fiber Laser Nominal Power (W) 1000 Laser Beam Quality (BPP) at Collimator <24 mm x mrad for 400 m round fiber core; <35 mm x mrad for 400 m square fiber core Pulse Frequency Range (kHz) Standard: 10 to 30 (others on…

COHR HighLightFL3000C DS 0617.pdf

COHR HighLightFL3000C DS 0617.pdf

…Data HighLight FL3000C (Multi Mode) High Power Yb:YAG Fiber Laser Nominal Power (W) 3000 Power Range (%) 10 to 100 Laser Beam Quality (BPP) at Collimator 3 mm x mrad BPP 4 mm x mrad for 100 µm fiber (optional 1.5 mm x mrad BPP 2.5 mm x mrad for 50 µm fiber) Power Stability (%) ±2 Pulse Frequency…

COHR HighLightFL1000P DS 0617.pdf

COHR HighLightFL1000P DS 0617.pdf

…Datasheet SPECIFICATIONS PRELIMINARY Technical Data HighLight FL1000P Pulsed Yb:YAG Fiber Laser Nominal Power (W) 1000 Laser Beam Quality (BPP) at Collimator <24 mm x mrad for 400 m round fiber core; <35 mm x mrad for 400 m square fiber core Pulse Frequency Range (kHz) Standard: 10 to 30 (others on…

Coherent Magnum II Laser Operator's Manual

Coherent Magnum II Laser Operator's Manual

…working distance, follow these instructions: 1. Loosen the locking screw. This will release the pressure on the focusing optics, allowing the collimator to be moved. 2. Turn the focus adjustment screw clockwise or counterclockwise to obtain the desired focus at your working distance. 3. Re-tighten…

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