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  • Femtosecond Laser

Photonics Spectra
Sep 2011
JENOPTIK Laser GmbH, Healthcare & IndustryRequest Info
Jenoptik Laser GmbH’s Lasers & Material Processing Div. has released the JenLas D2.fs femtosecond laser based on diode-pumped disk laser technology. The device provides good parameter stability suitable for use in industrial environments. The working temperature range is from 15 to 35 °C. The laser emits high pulse energies of 40 μJ, maximum, at a 100-kHz repetition rate and operates in the 30- to 200-kHz range. The beam quality of M2 = 1.25 is near the theoretical limit, and pulse duration is 400 fs. It has been subjected to strict tests to guarantee safe functioning under typical transportation, storage and operating conditions. These tests include climate and shock resistance, immunity to external electrical noise, and compliance with the low electromagnetic compatibility standards for electrical noise emission. The turnkey laser is easily integrated into complex machines and plants.


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femtosecond laser
A type of ultrafast laser that creates a minimal amount of heat-affected zones by having a pulse duration below the picosecond level, making the technology ideal for micromachining, medical device fabrication, scientific research, eye surgery and bioimaging.
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