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Excimer Laser EnergyMax Sensors

Excimer Laser EnergyMax Sensors

…nm and two that are intended for 248 nm (although all models are capable of producing accurate measurements throughout the UV, visible and near IR). These sensors utilize our new MaxUV coating,which delivers high damage threshold at deep UV wavelengths, as well as excellent resistance to long-term…

High-Sensitivity Optical Sensors

High-Sensitivity Optical Sensors

…a silicon sensor for 400-1064 nm (VIS), a UV-enhanced silicon sensor for 250-400 nm (UV) and a germanium sensor for 800-1800 nm in the infrared (IR). OP-2 sensors function with the LabMax-Pro, LabMax-TOP/TO, FieldMaxII-TOP/TO/P and FieldMate meters. LM-2 sensors were originally designed to function…

Off-the-shelf OEM Power Sensors

Off-the-shelf OEM Power Sensors

…PRICE HERE close OEM Power Sensors Coherent offers a variety of off-the-shelf OEM sensors that cover wide range - from 10 mW to 1 kW, DUV to far IR, and small to large area. The OEM sensors listed here cover a wide range of laser measurement tasks, however, they’re just a sampling of Coherent’s…

Genesis MX-Series

Genesis MX-Series

…wavelengths from 460 nm to 639 nm, with up to 1W of output power. The Genesis MX MTM-Series, intended for medical and defense applications, has high beam quality and is available at wavelengths ranging from 460 nm to 1154 nm with up to 10W of output power. The Genesis MX SLM-Series (TEM00) is…

Genesis CX-STM

Genesis CX-STM

…Genesis CX STM-Series is made for end users and OEMs. It is a single transverse mode, TEM 00 laser that delivers extremely low noise, outstanding beam quality, and pointing stability. The CX STM-Series comes with a low-profile power supply for ease of tool integration for OEMs. The systems is…

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

…understandable why two beams of identical power and diameter (or contour) leave different burn marks on a substrate if one beam features a Gaussian profile (maximum intensity in the beam center) while the other beam features a so-called donut profile (very little to no power in the beam center). In…

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

…understandable why two beams of identical power and diameter (or contour) leave different burn marks on a substrate if one beam features a Gaussian profile (maximum intensity in the beam center) while the other beam features a so-called donut profile (very little to no power in the beam center). In…

Laser Focus World - September 2015

Laser Focus World - September 2015

…SWIR detectors types are used for the beam profilers dedicated to UV, visible, or NIR, respectively. Another proprietary approach based on converting IR beams into visible radiation is used for applications in the IR." FIGURE 5. Cinogy's CinCam pico beam profiler fits within a cube 115 mm on a side.…

Laser Focus World - September 2015

Laser Focus World - September 2015

…SWIR detectors types are used for the beam profilers dedicated to UV, visible, or NIR, respectively. Another proprietary approach based on converting IR beams into visible radiation is used for applications in the IR." FIGURE 5. Cinogy's CinCam pico beam profiler fits within a cube 115 mm on a side.…

Laser Focus World - September 2015

Laser Focus World - September 2015

…SWIR detectors types are used for the beam profilers dedicated to UV, visible, or NIR, respectively. Another proprietary approach based on converting IR beams into visible radiation is used for applications in the IR." FIGURE 5. Cinogy's CinCam pico beam profiler fits within a cube 115 mm on a side.…

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

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

beam. Normalizing Gaussian Beam Real Beam Z ° 2W ° M2 = Z = M2 x 2 / (Wo), for a beam waist diameter 2Wo. Laser Beam Quality ModeMaster PC 108 mm (4.25 in.) 86 mm (3.4 in.) 310 mm (12.2 in.) 360 mm (14.2 in.) 65 mm to 235 mm (2.56 in. to 9.25 in.) L 305 mm (12.0 in.) UV VIS NIR 358 mm (14.1 in.) IR

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

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

beam. Normalizing Gaussian Beam Real Beam Z ° 2W ° M2 = Z = M2 x 2 / (Wo), for a beam waist diameter 2Wo. Laser Beam Quality ModeMaster PC 108 mm (4.25 in.) 86 mm (3.4 in.) 310 mm (12.2 in.) 360 mm (14.2 in.) 65 mm to 235 mm (2.56 in. to 9.25 in.) L 305 mm (12.0 in.) UV VIS NIR 358 mm (14.1 in.) IR

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