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D2 Family of Green CW Lasers

Photonics.com
Jan 2011
RPMC Lasers Inc.Request Info
 
O’FALLON, Mo., Jan. 4, 2011 — Jenoptik is now offering a family of green 532-nm continuous-wave disk lasers to be sold in North America by RPMC Lasers Inc.

The D2 series offers high stability with output powers from 2 to 8 W and modulation capabilities from 20 to 50 kHz. Drive electronics and fiber coupling options are also available.

The lasers’ compact design facilitates integration into ophthalmology, dermatology and endoscopy systems. They also are used in the entertainment industry. Other suitable applications include illumination, spectroscopy and pumping of Ti:sapphire lasers.

The JenLas D2 is a doubled-frequency, diode-pumped thin disk laser with high beam quality. Providing up to 5 W of CW output power, it features an OEM design and Peltier thermoelectric cooling. Applications include display engineering, pumping of solid-state lasers, light exposure of plastic materials, medical engineering, entertainment and replacement of argon lasers.

The JenLas D2.mini produces 2 W of continuous-wave output at 532 nm and is used in medical engineering, show and scientific applications, as well as for pumping of solid-state lasers. It measures 105.7 × 62 × 24 mm.

Measuring 110 × 55 × 225 mm, the JenLas D2.8 laser produces 8 W of continuous-wave output at 532 nm.


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GLOSSARY
illumination
The general term for the application of light to a subject. It should not be used in place of the specific quantity illuminance.
ophthalmology
The branch of medicine involved in the study of the anatomy, functions, diseases and treatments of the eye.
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