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  • Leap Excimer Laser
Nov 2009
Coherent Inc.Request Info
SANTA CLARA, Calif., Nov. 10, 2009 – The Leap excimer laser from Coherent Inc. offers a combination of output power, low purchase price and economical operating cost for micromachining applications in microelectronics and medical device manufacturing. It is primarily intended for cost-sensitive, throughput-critical micromanufacturing tasks such as for small devices with smart functions (electrical, chemical, biological) and microfluidic parts.
The RoHS-compliant water-cooled laser uses the field-proven Novatube construction and discharge design to provide the lowest operation costs per watt. The direct UV laser emission delivers a per-pulse energy of 650 mJ at repetition rates of up to 200 Hz for an average power of 130 W at wavelengths of either 248 or 308 nm.

The high-duty-cycle laser delivers precise cold ablation with micron resolution. Stabilized energy range is from 550 to 650 mJ, maximum stabilized average power is 130 W, maximum repetition rate is 200 Hz, and typical pulse duration is 22 ±5 ns FWHM.

For more information, visit:  

Coherent Inc.
5100 Patrick Henry Drive
Santa Clara, CA 95054
Phone: (800) 527-3786
Fax: (800) 362-1170


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A contraction of "excited dimer." The term refers to an excited species made by combination of two identical atoms or molecules, one of which is excited and one of which is at a ground state.
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