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

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

…the
longest dimension for this comparison.
In Depth: Laser Beam Size
The boundaries of optical beams are not
clearly defined and, in theory at least, extend
to infinity. Consequently, the dimensions of
laser beams cannot be defined as easily as the
dimensions of…

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

…clear but most laser beams have other transverse shapes or profiles (for example, Gaussian) in which case the definition and measurement of the beam diameter is not trivial. The boundary of arbitrary optical beams is not clearly defined and, in theory at least, extends to infinity. Consequently, the…

Refractive Surgery with Excimers EU OuP.pdf

Refractive Surgery with Excimers EU OuP.pdf

…high laser
reliability levels, gas lifetimes, and laser
tube lifetimes across the entire excimer
product line.
The ExciStar family of excimer lasers
from Coherent continues to be the
dominant choice of refractive surgery
builders systems. These lasers made

Book.book

Book.book

…KHz
< 1 µsec
> 10,000:1
2000 ohms
Laser Enable Control Input
Maximum Bandwidth
Rise and Fall Time (10 to 90%)
Modulation Depth
Input Impedance
130 KHz
<1 µsec
Infinity, Complete On/Off
7000 ohms
Interlock Control Input

LabMax UserManualAddendum V00-63-41 .fm

LabMax UserManualAddendum V00-63-41 .fm

laser pulses.
(Thermopile sensors are typically used to measure laser power and
have an extremely slow response time relative to the pulse width of
the laser used to generate the power signal.)
The power curve (shown below) is integrated from the pulse start to
infinity. The…

FieldMaxII-TOP User Manual

FieldMaxII-TOP User Manual

…typically used to measure laser power and
have an extremely slow response time relative to the pulse width of
the laser used to generate the power signal.)
The power curve--refer to Figure 5-1, below--is integrated from
the pulse start to infinity. The final energy value is…

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