Ultraviolet Solid-State Laser Mirrors
Oct 2006Alpine Research OpticsRequest Info
BOULDOR, Colo., Oct. 31, 2006 -- A new series of flat mirrors from Alpine Research Optics (ARO) were designed for beam delivery applications of q-switched ultraviolet lasers. The standard product line covers both 355-nm (third harmonic) and 266-nm (fourth harmonic) output.
The mirrors are fabricated on fused-silica substrates and are available in 1- (25.4 mm) or 2-in. (50.8 mm) diameters. Nominal reflectivities are 97% (0° incidence) and 95% (45° incidence) at 266 nm, and 99.5% at 355 nm (0° and 45° incidence). Surface flatness is specified at λ/10 at 633 nm, with a surface quality of 10-5 (over an 85% clear aperture).
These high-performance flat mirrors are intended for general purpose beam-steering tasks in drilling, scribing, cutting, perforating and marking systems for semiconductor fabrication, advanced packaging, industrial manufacturing and medical equipment manufacturing, ARO said.
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Alpine Research Optics
6810 Winchester Circle
Boulder, CO 80301
Phone: (303) 444-3420
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