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1920-nm Microchip Lasers

Photonics.com
Aug 2010
RPMC Lasers Inc.Request Info
 
O’FALLON, Mo., Aug. 4, 2010 — RPMC Lasers Inc. has announced a new 1920-nm microchip laser. The compact device provides 2-µj pulse energies with <20-ns pulses at repetition rates from 1 to 50 kHz in a compact FP-2 package.

The eye-safe-wavelength laser can serve in a wide range of applications where high absorption by water is required. With an M2 of <1.3, it can be used for direct illumination or coupling through a fiber for integration into units for field, laboratory or many other applications.

The FP-2 and FP-3 packages are also available at 1064-, 1029-, 946-, 532- and 473-nm wavelengths. The lasers offer subnanosecond and high peak power pulses. At 1064 nm, the FP-2 package offers 100- to 200-mW average power with a maximum energy of 20 µJ.

With the variety of wavelengths, the lasers are suitable for use in applications including lidar, rangefinding, bioinstrumentation, marking and coding.


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GLOSSARY
direct illumination
Light produced by visible radiation that moves from the light source to the object without reflection. With respect to microscopy, this is the light that directly strikes the stage of the microscope without being reflected by the mirror.
lidar
An acronym of light detection and ranging, describing systems that use a light beam in place of conventional microwave beams for atmospheric monitoring, tracking and detection functions. Ladar, an acronym of laser detection and ranging, uses laser light for detection of speed, altitude, direction and range; it is often called laser radar.
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