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Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…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…

Baasel Flyer StarWeld-Select

Baasel Flyer StarWeld-Select

…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…

COHR SapphireSF DS 1017 1.pdf

COHR SapphireSF DS 1017 1.pdf

CW Blue and Green Single-Frequency Lasers Sapphire SF is a series of compact CW visible single-frequency lasers based on Coherent's unique OPSL (Optically Pumped Semiconductor Laser) technology. Sapphire SF lasers come with an ultra-narrow linewidth of <1.5 MHz, a high quality diffraction-limited…

COHR Mephisto DS 0417 2.pdf

COHR Mephisto DS 0417 2.pdf

Ultra-Narrow Linewidth CW DPSS Laser Mephisto is a single frequency continuous-wave solid-state laser. It exhibits optical properties unmatched by any other commercial product, such as an output frequency tunable over 30 GHz and the extraordinarily narrow linewidth of 1 kHz. Extremely low noise…

COHR Prometheus DS 1017 1.pdf

COHR Prometheus DS 1017 1.pdf

Ultra-Narrow Linewidth CW DPSS Green Laser Prometheus is a frequency doubled Nd:YAG laser providing both 532 nm and 1064 nm outputs in a single package. Being based on a widely recognized Non-Planar Ring Oscillator (NPRO) configuration Prometheus features frequency and intensity stability parameters…

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

…near UV (e.g. 334 nm) to 799 nm in the near-IR (see Table 1). Furthermore, for many years, they were simply the only industrially suited sources of CW blue, green, yellow and red light capable of producing tens of milliwatts or more. As a result, a host of applications in life sciences have been…

Sapphire-Advantage-Low-Noise.pdf

Sapphire-Advantage-Low-Noise.pdf

…high and low power.
This long-recognized instability phenomenon is called
the "green problem," [ref 1] since the first commercial
CW lasers using intra-cavity doubling were green
DPSS lasers, where the laser fundamental at
1064 nm is frequency-doubled to generate green…

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

…measurement in
order to measure the beam diameter at the waist. The four-cut method is pretty accurate (5% measurement error) and
works with CW and pulsed lasers. (Ref. Beam propagation (M²) measurement made as easy as it gets: the four cuts
method, Thomas F. Johnston, Jr. , Appl.…

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