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SOLID-STATE LASER

Photonics Spectra
Jul 2009
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Cobolt.jpgCobolt AB has announced that its Cobolt Fandango 515-nm diode-pumped solid-state laser is now available with up to 100 mW of continuous-wave output power. Suitable for use in confocal microscopy, high-speed plate reading and single-molecule analysis, it also is an alternative to bulky argon gas lasers. Built into a hermetically sealed package measuring 50 × 50 mm, it uses proprietary HTCure technology for robustness. The single-longitudinal-mode laser produces noise of <0.3% rms and delivers a spectral linewidth of <30 MHz and beam quality of M2 <1.1. It can withstand 60-g mechanical shocks and can be exposed to temperatures >100 °C.


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GLOSSARY
diode-pumped solid-state laser
A compact solid-state laser, referred to as DPSSL, created when a laser diode pumps light into either the sides or end of gain crystal. Depending on where the pumping occurs, high-quality and stable output beams can be achieved with end-pumped lasers, and high-power output beams can be realized as with side-pumped lasers. Common in green laser pointers, DPSSLs are also used for a variety of materials processing applications, such as cutting and precision marking, and in optogenetics.
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