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CEP for Legend Elite Amplifiers

CEP for Legend Elite Amplifiers

CEP for Legend Elite Amplifiers Legend Elite CEP delivers the efficiency, mode quality and stability that only regenerative amplification can provide. Contact Us About This Product Close PRICE HERE Carrier-Envelope Phase stabilized ultrafast lasers With the new Legend Elite CEP, Coherent expands its…

Revolution

Revolution

…Revolution Features:
* Models up to 45 mJ and average powers >80W at 527 nm
* Nd:YLF gain medium for high energy storage
* Intracavity frequency doubled for best efficiency
* CW diode pumped for lowest optical noise
* User adjustable repetition rate
* Excellent mode quality with smooth energy…

AVIA LX 355-20 Laser | Coherent

AVIA LX 355-20 Laser | Coherent

…lifetime of first generation DPSS lasers with UV or green output was often limited by optical damage to the harmonic crystals that are used to frequency double or triple the laser’s fundamental near-infrared output beam. Coherent has manufactured more ultraviolet industrial lasers than anyone else.…

Compass Lasers

Compass Lasers

Compass Lasers Green (532 nm) DPSS CW lasers for life sciences, imaging and scientific applications. Compass (COMpact All Solid State lasers) is a family of solid-state lasers in the green (532 nm). They exhibit optical properties unmatched by other products and are known for their outstanding level…

Compass Lasers

Compass Lasers

Compass Lasers Green (532 nm) DPSS CW lasers for life sciences, imaging and scientific applications. Compass (COMpact All Solid State lasers) is a family of solid-state lasers in the green (532 nm). They exhibit optical properties unmatched by other products and are known for their outstanding level…

Ion Lasers

Ion Lasers

…pared to its essential functionality Data Sheet INNOVA 70C INNOVA 90C INNOVA 90C Data Sheet Innova 90C INNOVA FreD INNOVA FreD INNOVA FreD (Frequency Doubled) systems combine the best features of our standard ion laser product lines with wavelength coverage extended into the deep-UV. Data Sheet…

AVIA NX nanosecond laser | Coherent

AVIA NX nanosecond laser | Coherent

…lifetime of first generation DPSS lasers with UV or green output was often limited by optical damage to the harmonic crystals that are used to frequency double or triple the laser’s fundamental near-infrared output beam. Coherent has manufactured more ultraviolet industrial lasers than anyone else.…

Powerline E Air Laser Marker | Coherent

Powerline E Air Laser Marker | Coherent

…PV). Features at a glance
* Different power ranges
* Several wavelengths
* Single and double galvo configuration
* Easy integration through compact design
* Wavelengths: 1064 nm, 532 nm, 355 nm
* Pulse frequency: 1 – 200 kHz, and CW
* Marking field: 120 x 120 (other dimensions on request)
* Power…

PowerLine F Series

PowerLine F Series

…has to be removed at high speed as well as when it comes to fine material removal. The PowerLine F 50 and F 100 are operated in pulse modes at frequencies up to 200 kHz. As a result the PowerLine F 50 and F 100 are perfectly suitable for high-speed marking, scribing, edge isolation, structuring and…

Mira-OPO

Mira-OPO

…versions
* Simple, fast wavelength tuning
* Low pump threshold: As low as 0.5W
* High power visible output using highly efficient intracavity doubling
* Access to idler wavelengths to ~4 μm using optional optics sets
* Active cavity length stabilization on all models
* Active pulse width or…

Microelectronics

Microelectronics

…field illumination. Direct write. This requires a controlled TEM00 beam and as deep UV as possible. This can be either a frequency doubled Argon Laser (FreD) or a frequency doubled solid-state green laser such as Azure. Unfortunately, it is difficult to test these optical components with a pulsed…

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

…effect occurs when a sample is irradiated with UV, visible or IR light and a small fraction of the incident radiation is scattered and shifted at frequencies that correspond to vibrational transitions specific of the sample. The Raman signal is much weaker than the incident and scattered light, so…

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