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UMBs-1430-1470nm-Data-Sheet.pdf

UMBs-1430-1470nm-Data-Sheet.pdf

…4 Contact factory for availability.
Operation Notes
Negative current transients greater than 25 µA and/or reverse voltages >3V can destroy the device.
High Power Diode Laser Bars for Medical and Direct-Diode Applications
Typical 1060 nm Unmounted Diode Laser Bar P-I Plots

COHR UMBs 780-830nm DS 0216revA 2.pdf

COHR UMBs 780-830nm DS 0216revA 2.pdf


Threshold Current (A) 8 typical 8 typical
Operating Current (A) <46 (42 typical) <62 (58 typical)
Operating Voltage (V) <2.0 <2.0
High Power Diode Laser Bars for Pumping and Direct-Diode Applications
Unmounted Diode Laser Bars (UMBs), 780-830 nm
1 Wavelength…

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

…which together with their electricity
consumption accounts for the high cost of ownership of
these lasers. As a result, gas lasers represent a
mature technology with technical/physical limitations
and high cost of ownership.
The first viable alternatives to gas lasers were…

Conflict Minerals Report 2017 Calendar Year End.pdf

Conflict Minerals Report 2017 Calendar Year End.pdf

…generally and are necessary to the functionality and/or production of our products. Uses of the 3TG include: Gold is a highly efficient conductor that can carry low voltages and currents and remain free of corrosion. It is used in various Coherent systems as connectors, switch and relay contacts,…

WP-Meterless-Laser-Power-Energy-Measurement-Simplifies-Embedding.pdf

WP-Meterless-Laser-Power-Energy-Measurement-Simplifies-Embedding.pdf

…Semiconductor photodiodes convert incident photons into charge carriers (electron
and holes), which can be sensed as current or voltage. Photodiodes offer high
sensitivity and low noise, enabling them to detect very low light levels. They
saturate above approximately 1mW/cm2, so…

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

…very high repetition rate and/or low-energy lasers, an oscilloscope can be used to monitor the
output of an EnergyMax sensor.
This page presents a step-by-step procedure for setting up an oscilloscope and using a pyroelectric EnergyMax sensor
to accurately read a peak voltage output.…

EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf

EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf

…it to a voltage
that the instrument can measure.
The figure below shows the relationship between the
current response of the pyroelectric element and the output
voltage of the sensor circuit.The relationship between the
current response and the output voltage response…

Microsoft Word - QI-19.140 revAC.docx

Microsoft Word - QI-19.140 revAC.docx

…ce board.
foot, GPM = ga
P
nsors
PM150-19B
NC with po
e to 2.5 k,
, PM150-19
-pin (Molex
ly voltage
ply voltage
nal
10 V to ±20
ately 8 mA a

not included
-19C, PM15
6 mm barre
C ±5% with
equipment;
put:…

00 E-1000 PreInst.book

00 E-1000 PreInst.book

…Byte 3 - Output forward power
Byte 4 - Output reflected power
Byte 5 - Highest temperature
Byte 6 - RFPA current
Byte 7 - Vdd voltage
· RFPA Message 1
Byte 2 - Message type - 0x01
Byte 3 - BLF #1 Temperature
Byte 4 - BLF #2 Temperature
Byte 5 - BLF #3…

Revolution-Data-Sheet.pdf

Revolution-Data-Sheet.pdf

High Repetition Rate (10 kHz to 40 kHz) Configuration · ·
Extended Umbilical Options · · · · ·
Extended Water Hose Options · · · · ·
Side Output Option · · · · ·
Water-to-Water Heat Exchanger Option · · · · ·
Utility & Environmental Requirements
Operating Voltage

x lase A4 4s 02 2013 lr 1 .pdf

x lase A4 4s 02 2013 lr 1 .pdf

…for
high precision micromachining.
INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY
X-LASE 24-6's high repetition rates
(up to 4MHz), high average power and
outstanding beam quality offer
market leading combination of high
process speeds, productivity and yield
for high value-added…

RAPID-FX-Data-Sheet-06-17-15.pdf

RAPID-FX-Data-Sheet-06-17-15.pdf

High Energy Industrial fs-Laser for Micromachining
RAPID FX
System Specifications

RAPID FX
Center Wavelength (nm) 1030 ± 5
Average Power (W) >
_10
Output Energy (µJ)(at 100 kHz) 100
Repetition Rate1 (kHz) 100, 200
Pulse Control Process pulse picker…

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