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INNOVA FreD

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. FreD lasers use intra-cavity frequency doubling to produce continuous wave laser emission in the 229 to 264 nm wavelength range.…

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

AVIA LX

…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.…

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