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Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…strongly into other applications, including scientific research, forensics, ophthalmology and light shows. While YAG and other neodymium crystal hosts lend themselves to operation in CW, Q-switched and mode-locked operations, laser diodes, OPSL and ion lasers do not support Q-switched operation and…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…using the YAG or YLF laser to produce energies per pulse in the joule range at 1-100 Hz. These lasers are often used with nonlinear optical generators that can produce tunable wavelengths in the UV, visible and IR region, enabling time- and wavelength-resolved studies. Nowadays most YAG or YLF…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…using the YAG or YLF laser to produce energies per pulse in the joule range at 1-100 Hz. These lasers are often used with nonlinear optical generators that can produce tunable wavelengths in the UV, visible and IR region, enabling time- and wavelength-resolved studies. Nowadays most YAG or YLF…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Figure 4. A resonant cavity supports only modes that meet the resonance condition, N = 2 × cavity length. The output of a CW laser is defined by the overlap of the gain bandwidth and these resonant cavity modes. If the laser diode operates on a 3-nm gain line, about 10 longitudinal modes, spanning 3…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Figure 4. A resonant cavity supports only modes that meet the resonance condition, N = 2 × cavity length. The output of a CW laser is defined by the overlap of the gain bandwidth and these resonant cavity modes. If the laser diode operates on a 3-nm gain line, about 10 longitudinal modes, spanning 3…

Baasel Flyer StarWeld-Select

Baasel Flyer StarWeld-Select

…Outside the system corresponds to Class 1 laser product (DIN EN 60825-1) Select Select Fiber Laser with SweetSpot© Type pulsed Nd: YAG pulsed Nd: YAG fiber laser Nominal power W 100 80 pulsed 150/cw 250 Pulse peak power kW 12 10 1,5 Pulse energy J 120 100 15 Pulse duration msec 0,3…

Microsoft Word - LDP-100MQ 10-kHz Revision 1

Microsoft Word - LDP-100MQ 10-kHz Revision 1

…Transverse Mode Multimode Beam Diameter, nominal < 2.0 mm Beam Divergence, nominal 6 mr Polarization Random CW (continuous) and Q-switched (pulsed) performance: Pulse Frequency (kHz) CW 10 Average Power (W) 100 70 Pulse Width (ns) 200 Peak Pulse Power (kW) 35 Mechanical Optical Rail Length, standard…

Microsoft Word - LDP-100MQ 10-kHz Revision 1

Microsoft Word - LDP-100MQ 10-kHz Revision 1

…Transverse Mode Multimode Beam Diameter, nominal < 2.0 mm Beam Divergence, nominal 6 mr Polarization Random CW (continuous) and Q-switched (pulsed) performance: Pulse Frequency (kHz) CW 10 Average Power (W) 100 70 Pulse Width (ns) 200 Peak Pulse Power (kW) 35 Mechanical Optical Rail Length, standard…

Book.book

Book.book

…track the wavelength drift. Many apparently stable sources show drift characteristics when measured to the accuracy that WaveMaster offers. Pulsed YAG laser drift as the crystal heats up is easily observed, as are the rapid wavelength changes a diode laser makes. Why does the autocalibration…

Book.book

Book.book

…track the wavelength drift. Many apparently stable sources show drift characteristics when measured to the accuracy that WaveMaster offers. Pulsed YAG laser drift as the crystal heats up is easily observed, as are the rapid wavelength changes a diode laser makes. Why does the autocalibration…

Book.book

Book.book

…track the wavelength drift. Many apparently stable sources show drift characteristics when measured to the accuracy that WaveMaster offers. Pulsed YAG laser drift as the crystal heats up is easily observed, as are the rapid wavelength changes a diode laser makes. Why does the autocalibration…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…be applied to CW, pulsed and ultrafast lasers, greatly expanding the range of available wavelengths. Pulsed or ultrafast lasers have enough peak power (kilowatt range) to achieve relatively high conversion efficiency in a single pass through the harmonic crystal. On the other hand, CW lasers usually…

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