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Microsoft Word - Understand Different Laser Beam  Rev 1 Final.doc

Microsoft Word - Understand Different Laser Beam Rev 1 Final.doc

…using vernier
callipers. A commonly used definition of beam
width is the width at which the beam intensity
has fallen to 1/e² (13.5%) of its peak value.
This is derived from the propagation of a
Gaussian beam and is appropriate for lasers
operating in the fundamental…

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

…laser beam in the Far Field will be M² times larger than calculated for a perfect
Gaussian beam. In other words, M² describes how close to "perfect-Gaussian" a laser beam is. For a perfect
Gaussian beam, M² is 1. For a non-prefect Gaussian beam, M² is >1.
Laser Beam Quality…

Microsoft Word - kW Thermopile Damage Threshold.doc

Microsoft Word - kW Thermopile Damage Threshold.doc

…3
The PM5K is recommended for measurement of any Gaussian beams greater than 3 kW. It
PM5K has been shown to withstand Gaussian beams under these conditions:
Beam Diameter and Flow Rate for Gaussian Beams
Power 1/e^2 Beam Diameter Flow Rate
*
1-2 kW >15 mm 15 LPM (4 GPM)…

Properties-of-Structured-Light-Application-Note.pdf

Properties-of-Structured-Light-Application-Note.pdf

…Laser Lines Clip Gaussian vs. Cylinder vs. Diffractive vs. ALG Gaussian Diffractive Multi-cylindrical lens array ALG Variables affecting line uniformity Input beam position Wavelength Projection distance Input beam position Input beam size Projection distance Detector size Input beam size Detector…

ModeMaster PC User Manual

ModeMaster PC User Manual

…imbedded gaussian beam. This is important because it
means that ray matrix (ABCD matrix) methods can be used to model
the propagation of real beams as well as gaussian beams.1
Figure 5-1. Conceptual Relationships Between Real and Ideal Beams
Z
Imbedded gaussian
M

COHR PowerMax-Pro kW DS 0417 5 FINAL.pdf

COHR PowerMax-Pro kW DS 0417 5 FINAL.pdf

…the beam size to 25 mm, the sensor could be used with modulated peak power up to 7 kW for 100 milliseconds.
5) These curves are for Gaussian beam profiles. Flatter beams can handle higher powers (~5%) for longer lengths of time, and beams with hot spots or
"super Gaussian" beams the curves…

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

…actual beam to that of a theoretical diffraction-limited
beam of the same waist size in the TEMoo mode.Thus, the
angular size of the beam in the far field will be M2 larger than
calculated for a perfect Gaussian beam.
Normalizing
Gaussian
Beam
Real
Beam

Mode Master White Paper July 2011 final.pdf

Mode Master White Paper July 2011 final.pdf

…2
The M2 factor is used in the manner as follows to
develop actual beam radius and focus spot size
formulas.
Actual Beam Radius
The Gaussian beam propagation formula used to
calculate beam radius at any location is (in air or
vacuum):

2
2
0
0…

Mode-Master-Whitepaper FORMFIRST.pdf

Mode-Master-Whitepaper FORMFIRST.pdf

…2
The M2 factor is used in the manner as follows to
develop actual beam radius and focus spot size
formulas.
Actual Beam Radius
The Gaussian beam propagation formula used to
calculate beam radius at any location is (in air or
vacuum):

2
2
0
0…

10 Tips White Paper 1 rev9

10 Tips White Paper 1 rev9

…only with circularly symmetric and near Gaussian beams.
Beam Profiler M² Measurement
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10 Tips For Selecting a Beam Diagnostics System
"Knowing these things about laser beam diagnostics will help you make a better…

Microsoft Word - Coherent Whitepaper - Laser Processing of µLED

Microsoft Word - Coherent Whitepaper - Laser Processing of µLED

…a top-hat beam in the short axis (~0.5
mm) and the long axis (155 mm). This ensures that all of the process area is exposed to the
same optimum fluence. UVblade systems avoid the energy overshoot or unwanted heat load
that is typical for processing with Gaussian beams.
Figure…

Industrial Photonics - October 2017

Industrial Photonics - October 2017

…or its
peak value.
Since, in mathematical terms, the intensity of a
Gaussian beam never drops completely to zero, it
is standard to define the beam radius as the distance from the beam center to the 1/e2 point.
See EDU.Photonics.com for this and other
definitions…

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