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eLP11-02-56  Coherent

eLP11-02-56 Coherent

…processing. Nearly all these instruments use one or more lasers to excite the fluorescence, where the laser is focused to a small area or spot size (typical spot sizes are given in Table A). By using several laser wavelengths to excite multiple fluorophores, some of these instruments can analyze…

COHR GeoLasHD DS 1017 2.pdf

COHR GeoLasHD DS 1017 2.pdf

…Operating Wavelength (nm) 193 Spot Sizes (µm) 2 to 160 Optical Resolution (µm) 1 Beam Homogeneity (%) (1 sigma) 1 Maximum Fluence (J/cm2) 50 Pulse Stability (%, rms) 1 Repetition Rate (Hz) 1 to 10 (option: 1 to 100) X,Y-Drive Min. Step Size (µm) 0.1 Z-Focus Min. Step Size (µm) 0.1 Dimensions (L x W…

BeamMaster USB Knife-Edge Based Beam Profilers

BeamMaster USB Knife-Edge Based Beam Profilers

BeamMaster USB Knife-Edge Based Beam Profilers Laser Beam Profilers

Key Features:
* CW laser beam shape, power and position measurements
* Beam sizes from 3 µm to 9 mm with 0.1 µm resolution and high dynamic range
* Real-time Windows 1 display, analysis and data-logging system
* Wavelengths from 190…

eLP11-02-56  Coherent

eLP11-02-56 Coherent

…processing. Nearly all these instruments use one or more lasers to excite the fluorescence, where the laser is focused to a small area or spot size (typical spot sizes are given in Table A). By using several laser wavelengths to excite multiple fluorophores, some of these instruments can analyze…

LIT Lasers-LED NO1-Spatial-Brightness 1014.pdf

LIT Lasers-LED NO1-Spatial-Brightness 1014.pdf

…In bioinstrumentation, the requisite spot size for optimum operation depends on the type of instrument and then the specifics of the particular model. It can range from tens of microns in diameter, to several millimeters in size. Application Focused Spot Size Gene Sequencing/Medical Diagnostics 1…

AVIA NX Family of Compact DPSS Lasers

AVIA NX Family of Compact DPSS Lasers

…integration easy. AVIA NX Key Advantages:
* Higher power than any competitive laser
* Integrated laser head – eliminates separate controller
* Compact size - 4X smaller than any similar laser
* Ruggedized design - HALT/HASS proven for unmatached reliability
* Modular head - field serviceability
*…

LIT Lasers-LED NO1-Spatial-Brightness 1014.pdf

LIT Lasers-LED NO1-Spatial-Brightness 1014.pdf

…In bioinstrumentation, the requisite spot size for optimum operation depends on the type of instrument and then the specifics of the particular model. It can range from tens of microns in diameter, to several millimeters in size. Application Focused Spot Size Gene Sequencing/Medical Diagnostics 1…

COHR GeoLasHD.pdf

COHR GeoLasHD.pdf

…GeoLasHD Operating Wavelength (nm) 193 Spot Sizes (µm) 4 to 160 Optical Resolution (µm) 1 Beam Homogeneity (%)(1 sigma) 1 Maximum Fluence (J/cm2) 50 Pulse Stability (%, rms) 2 Repetition Rate (Hz) 1 to 100 X,Y-Drive Min. Step Size (µm) 0.1 Z-Focus Min. Step Size (µm) 0.1 Dimensions (L x W x H) 2470…

CO Laser - 5µm

CO Laser - 5µm

…applications). The other significant advantage of shorter wavelength is that it can be focused to a smaller spot size than a longer wavelength. The CO laser output can be focused to a spot 2 times smaller than that of a CO 2 laser. This enables the production of smaller holes and features, and…

HighLight FL-1000P

HighLight FL-1000P

…product of typical 20 mm x mrad (for a 400 μm, round core output fiber) enables this power to be effectively concentrated into small focused spot sizes. The unique combination high average power, high pulse energy and superior beam quality makes the HighLight FL1000P an ideal laser source for…

GeoLasHD

GeoLasHD

…Energy Density on Sample (J/cm 2) 1 - 50 Spot Diameter on Sample (µm) 2 - 160 Optical Resolution (µm) 1 Pulse Energy Stability (%, rms) 1 Beam Homogeneity (%, rms) 1 Max. Repetition Rate (Hz) 10 (opt. 100) X,Y-Drive Min. Step Size (µm) 0.1 Z-Focus Min. Step Size (µm) 0.1 GeoLasHD Key Features…

eLP11-02-56  Coherent

eLP11-02-56 Coherent

…processing. Nearly all these instruments use one or more lasers to excite the fluorescence, where the laser is focused to a small area or spot size (typical spot sizes are given in Table A). By using several laser wavelengths to excite multiple fluorophores, some of these instruments can analyze…

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