UV Optical Components Making the most of a UV laser beam. Contact Us About This Product Close PRICE HERE Attenuators Attenuator Module, Manual Variable attenuation substrate 60 x 35 x 2 mm 3 with inverse characteristic for high thermal stability. Compensator plate 60 x 35 x 2 mm 3 to compensate for…
external attenuation using a dual plate attenuator.
Attenuator modules, as depicted in figure 3, left, are either
controlled manually or motorized with feedback diode and are
increasingly used as a convenient add-on in PLD labs.
Dual plate attenuators work via two…
Excimer Lasers and UV Optical Systems Components: Attenuator Modules
Attenuator Module, Manual
- Variable attenuation substrate 60 x 35 x 2 mm3 with inverse characteristic for high thermal stability
- Compensator plate 60 x…
The ablation setup was based on a Coherent LPF 202 excimer laser emitting at a wavelength of 193
nm shown by figure 1. The laser output passed through a dual rotating plate attenuator (Metrolux,
ML2110) to control the laser fluence. A stainless steel circular…
the camera itself, Coherent Beamview analysis software running on
an appropriate computer and, when
necessary, beam attenuation optics.
The key choice to make is matching
the appropriate camera technology
to your application.
Coherent beam diagnostic…
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