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Fiber-to-Fiber Optic Switch

Fiber-to-Fiber Optic Switch

Fiber-to-Fiber Optic Switch The Fiber to Fiber Optic Switch (FFS) is built as a stand-alone unit sealed with a beam dump. Contact Us About This Product Close PRICE HERE With the FFS, one laser source can be time or energy shared between several fiber optic cables. The FFS has one fiber input and up…

Paladin Preinstallation.book

Paladin Preinstallation.book

…an air cooling solution is not feasible. For an air-cooled system the temperature of the laser housing would change with ambient temperature. This would result in beam pointing during operation that exceeds the current system specifications. For this reason a closed loop water cooling has been…

Paladin Advanced Preinstallation.book

Paladin Advanced Preinstallation.book

…generation (THG) and a beam dump that converts the unused IR and green power into heat.The amount of heat generated inside the laser head is in the range of 150 W and must be removed. Due to the high pointing stability requirements of some applications, an air cooling solution is not possible.…

Paladin Advanced Preinstallation.book

Paladin Advanced Preinstallation.book

…generation (THG) and a beam dump that converts the unused IR and green power into heat.The amount of heat generated inside the laser head is in the range of 150 W and must be removed. Due to the high pointing stability requirements of some applications, an air cooling solution is not possible.…

Paladin Advanced Preinstallation.book

Paladin Advanced Preinstallation.book

…generation (THG) and a beam dump that converts the unused IR and green power into heat.The amount of heat generated inside the laser head is in the range of 150 W and must be removed. Due to the high pointing stability requirements of some applications, an air cooling solution is not possible.…

Preinstallation Manual Paladin Advanced Mode Locked UV Laser System

Preinstallation Manual Paladin Advanced Mode Locked UV Laser System

…generation (THG) and a beam dump that converts the unused IR and green power into heat.The amount of heat generated inside the laser head is in the range of 150 W and must be removed. Due to the high pointing stability requirements of some applications, an air cooling solution is not possible.…

Preinstallation Manual Paladin Advanced Mode Locked UV Laser System

Preinstallation Manual Paladin Advanced Mode Locked UV Laser System

…generation (THG) and a beam dump that converts the unused IR and green power into heat.The amount of heat generated inside the laser head is in the range of 150 W and must be removed. Due to the high pointing stability requirements of some applications, an air cooling solution is not possible.…

Paladin Advanced Preinstallation.book

Paladin Advanced Preinstallation.book

…generation (THG) and a beam dump that converts the unused IR and green power into heat.The amount of heat generated inside the laser head is in the range of 150 W and must be removed. Due to the high pointing stability requirements of some applications, an air cooling solution is not possible.…

STT Conf. 5-00 paper wt.doc

STT Conf. 5-00 paper wt.doc

beam path, and the dashed blue line represents the LO beam path. Also visible are two shutters and two beam dumps. These serve to: allow the user to operate the system without exciting the FIR laser, via the pump beam shutter and its water-cooled beam dump, and to send the majority of the LO beam

STT Conf. 5-00 paper wt.doc

STT Conf. 5-00 paper wt.doc

beam path, and the dashed blue line represents the LO beam path. Also visible are two shutters and two beam dumps. These serve to: allow the user to operate the system without exciting the FIR laser, via the pump beam shutter and its water-cooled beam dump, and to send the majority of the LO beam

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