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Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…the final output. Most commercial picosecond products are based on one of the following architectures: · A fiber laser oscillator followed by a fiber- or rod-type amplifier · A fiber laser oscillator followed by a free-space amplifier · A diode-pumped solid-state oscillator followed by a free-space…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…the final output. Most commercial picosecond products are based on one of the following architectures: · A fiber laser oscillator followed by a fiber- or rod-type amplifier · A fiber laser oscillator followed by a free-space amplifier · A diode-pumped solid-state oscillator followed by a free-space…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…addressed by the laser type. Yb also lends itself for use as an active medium for ultrafast fiber lasers. These lasers use a diode-pumped optical fiber with an integrated mode-locking mechanism to produce 100-fs to 10-ps pulses with wavelengths around 1 mm, while fiber lasers based on Er produce…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…addressed by the laser type. Yb also lends itself for use as an active medium for ultrafast fiber lasers. These lasers use a diode-pumped optical fiber with an integrated mode-locking mechanism to produce 100-fs to 10-ps pulses with wavelengths around 1 mm, while fiber lasers based on Er produce…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…addressed by the laser type. Yb also lends itself for use as an active medium for ultrafast fiber lasers. These lasers use a diode-pumped optical fiber with an integrated mode-locking mechanism to produce 100-fs to 10-ps pulses with wavelengths around 1 mm, while fiber lasers based on Er produce…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…optical fiber without crosstalk. Real lasers are not perfectly monochromatic because several broadening mechanisms widen the frequency (and energy) of the emitted photons. For example, free-running YAG lasers can have linewidths of hundreds of gigahertz, while stabilized diode-pumped YAG lasers can…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…optical fiber without crosstalk. Real lasers are not perfectly monochromatic because several broadening mechanisms widen the frequency (and energy) of the emitted photons. For example, free-running YAG lasers can have linewidths of hundreds of gigahertz, while stabilized diode-pumped YAG lasers can…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…optical fiber without crosstalk. Real lasers are not perfectly monochromatic because several broadening mechanisms widen the frequency (and energy) of the emitted photons. For example, free-running YAG lasers can have linewidths of hundreds of gigahertz, while stabilized diode-pumped YAG lasers can…

Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog FORMFIRST.pdf

Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog FORMFIRST.pdf

…Internal self-calibration · Fiber input with sampling probe Model WaveMaster Wavelength Coverage (nm) 380 to 1095 Accuracy (nm) 0.005 Resolution (nm) 0.001 Minimum Pulse Rep. Rate Single shot Maximum Pulse Rep. Rate CW Minimum Signal 20 µW CW at 632 nm 2 mJ pulsed at 1064 nm Maximum Signal 100 mW CW…

Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog FORMFIRST.pdf

Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog FORMFIRST.pdf

…Internal self-calibration · Fiber input with sampling probe Model WaveMaster Wavelength Coverage (nm) 380 to 1095 Accuracy (nm) 0.005 Resolution (nm) 0.001 Minimum Pulse Rep. Rate Single shot Maximum Pulse Rep. Rate CW Minimum Signal 20 µW CW at 632 nm 2 mJ pulsed at 1064 nm Maximum Signal 100 mW CW…

Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog FORMFIRST.pdf

Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog FORMFIRST.pdf

…Internal self-calibration · Fiber input with sampling probe Model WaveMaster Wavelength Coverage (nm) 380 to 1095 Accuracy (nm) 0.005 Resolution (nm) 0.001 Minimum Pulse Rep. Rate Single shot Maximum Pulse Rep. Rate CW Minimum Signal 20 µW CW at 632 nm 2 mJ pulsed at 1064 nm Maximum Signal 100 mW CW…

Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog FORMFIRST.pdf

Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog FORMFIRST.pdf

…Energy Meters Laser CrossReference Index Model Name Index DB-25 Energy Sensors USB/RS Energy Sensors DB-25 Power Sensors USB/RS Power Sensors Use with LabMax (see page 14) Features · Spectrally flat from 0.19 m to 11 m · 10 mW resolution · 19 mm apertures · FC and SMA fiber connectors available…

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