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  • PA Line of High-Power Lasers
Jan 2007
Photonics Industries International Inc.Request Info
BOHEMIA, N.Y., Jan. 17, 2007 -- Photonics Industries International Inc., a maker of harmonic solid-state lasers, announced it has shipped the first of several 120 W 1064 nm TEM00 (M2<1.1) lasers from its new PA line of high-power lasers.

PhotonicsIndustries.jpgFor the PA series, up to 150 W in the infrared(1064 nm) can be converted to over 100 W in the green (532 nm) or 40 W ultraviolet (355 nm) or 10 W deep ultraviolet (266 nm), while still maintaining the TEM00 mode quality by utilizing the company's new patented external cavity harmonic generation techniques. The repetition rate can be varied from single shot to 150 kHz. In addition, there is a narrow linewidth option through which all of this TEM00 power can be confined into a narrow 1.5 GHz linewidth, or single longitudinal mode (SLM).

In addition to the new PA line of TEM00 lasers, Photonics Industries also released an extension of its high-power multimode DM series, extending the high power multimode series up to 400 W in the infrared (1064 nm) or green (532 nm) up to 150 W. These high-power lasers are available Q-switched pulsed up to 50 kHz. Typical applications include ITO and TO ablation in flat-panel display manufacturing, solar cell scribing, annealing and flexible PCB processing.

For more information, visit:

Photonics Industries International Inc.
390 Central Ave.
Bohemia, NY 11716
Phone: (631) 218-2240
Fax: (631) 218-2275


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