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COHR MonacoSmartCleave DS 0318 4.pdf

COHR MonacoSmartCleave DS 0318 4.pdf

…±5
Output Power (W) 40 60
Energy (µJ) 40 (at 1 MHz) 80 (at 750 kHz)
Seeder Burst Mode (µJ) (max. energy) >200 >320
Seeder Burst Count (µJ) (max. energy) 5 x 40 4 x 80
Seeder Burst Mode Repetition Rate (kHz) (max. energy) 200 188
Native Repetition Rate Single-shot…

COHR VarioLas DS 0418 7.pdf

COHR VarioLas DS 0418 7.pdf


Working Distance (mm) 50 50 150
Max. Repetition Rate (Hz) 100 100 100
Max. Energy Density (mJ/cm2)
at 193 nm
at 248 nm
at 308 nm
1000
3500
3000
1000
3500
3000
230
600
500
Energy Stability (%, 1 sigma)
at 193 nm

PM135K100&5K200.p65

PM135K100&5K200.p65

…to 11 0.19 to 11 0.19 to 11 0.19 to 11
Max Power (W) 1,000 3,000 5,000 5,000
Max Intermittent Power (< 5 min) (W) 1,500 4,000 7,500 7,500
Resolution (W) 1 1 1 1
Max Avg Power Density (kW/cm2)
* 26 26 26 26
Max Pulse Energy Density (J/cm2) 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6
Response…

Flyer NA 2017 en.pdf

Flyer NA 2017 en.pdf

energy max. 5 J 7 J 30 J 30 J
Pulse power at 1 ms max. 30 kW 30 kW
Pulse Power at 0.5 ms max. 10 kW 14 kW
Average Power max. 20 W 28 W 150 W 150 W
Line Power
Configuration 3-phase + ground
Multitap transformator for 3 x 200 to 480 VAC ±10%
Power consumption max. 25…

COHR LEAPseries DS 0518 9.pdf

COHR LEAPseries DS 0518 9.pdf

…20 25
<0.5%
30
Energy Stability (,%)
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
LEAP 150K 1 Joule at 150 Hz,
Dynamic Energy Range (typical data)
LEAP 150K 1 Joule at 150 Hz,
Energy Stability over 30 Mio. Pulses
1 Max. pulse energy 1100 mJ at 10 Hz.

COHR ExcimerCatalog2019.pdf

COHR ExcimerCatalog2019.pdf

…EXPOSURE TO
DIRECT OR SCATTERED RADIATION.
CLASS IV LASER RADIATION PRODUCT
PER EN/IEC 60825-1 (2014)
MAX. OUTPUT POWER: 5400 W
MAX. OUTPUT ENERGY: 9 J/pulse
PULSE DURATION: 10 to 50 ns
WAVELENGTH: 308 nm
ISO 9001 Registered
VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER…

FLS CL EN 2017.pdf

FLS CL EN 2017.pdf

…Hz 0.1- 1000 Hz 0.1- 1000 Hz
Pulse energy max. 60 J 110 J 70 J 110 J
Peak power at 1 ms max. 8 kW 16 kW 10 kW 16 kW
Average power max. 400 W 400 W 500 W 500 W
Fiber Optic Beam Delivery
Number of outputs 1-4 ports
Modes energy or time sharing
Fiber core diameter…

Flyer FLS A EN 2017.pdf

Flyer FLS A EN 2017.pdf

…0.1 - 3 ms 0.1 - 20 ms
Pulse repetition rate 0.1- 500 Hz 0.1- 500 Hz 0.1- 500 Hz
Pulse energy max. 50 J 40 J 120 J
Peak power at 1 ms max. 1) 20 kW 16 kW 50 kW
Average power max. 1) 150 W 200 W 500 W
1) Measured without beam delivery with new flash lamp
Line Power

rofin Datenblatt StarfemtoFX LY 2016.indd

rofin Datenblatt StarfemtoFX LY 2016.indd

…nm 1030 515 343
Output power max. W 6 10 15 3 5 7.5 1.5 2.5 3.75
Pulse energy max. J 200 100 50
Pulse width (FWHM) fs - ps 300 fs to 10 ps 300 fs to 10 ps approx. 300 fs
Pulse frequency min. kHz single pulse
Pulse frequency max. kHz 200 / 600 / 1000
Beam quality…

x lase A4 4s 02 2013 lr 1 .pdf

x lase A4 4s 02 2013 lr 1 .pdf

…SPECIFICATIONS
CONTROL, LASER AND COOLING UNIT:
Average power (measured at collimated beam): 24 W (max)
Pulse energy (measured at collimated beam): 6 J (max)
Average pulse energy stability: < 5% (measured over 12 hours)
Pulse width: 20-30 ps, 50% level
Repetition…

FieldMaxII-TOP User Manual

FieldMaxII-TOP User Manual

energy up to 300 pps
· Intuitive soft key-driven user interface
· USB 1.1
· Portable AC/DC operation
· Compact, rugged enclosure with stand
The versatile FieldMaxII-TOP measures:
· Power: W, W/cm2
· Energy: J, J/cm2
· Frequency: Hz
· Full statistics: max,

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual

…3.2 mJ to 3J
Noise Equivalent Energy (µJ) < 240 < 320
Wavelength Range (µm) 0.266 to 2.1 0.5 to 3.0
Max. Beam Size (mm) 35 30
Max. Avg. Power (W) 20 15
Max. Pulse Width (µs) 340 1000
Max. Rep. Rate (pps) 50 30
Max. Energy Density (J/cm2) 14.0 (at 1064 nm, 10…

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