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  • FAPTM System Family - 60W and 120W Peak Units

Photonics Spectra
Jun 2001
Coherent Inc.Request Info
Coherent Inc.These full-feature, microprocessor-controlled diode laser systems from Coherent Inc. support a wide variety of applications including materials processing, medical therapeutics and solid-state laser pumping.

The 60W and 120W peak FAP-Systems join the 16W and 30W versions as stand-alone units housed in rack-mountable, rugged modules ideal for scientific and industrial environments. These systems allow users to easily swap out different wavelength diode lasers from the visible to the infrared, enabling a broad range of applications.

Primarily designed for the materials processing markets, the 120W peak FAP-System offers turn-key operation and provides users with complete control of the drive current to the diode laser. The 60W FAP-System offers turn-key operation and provides users with complete control of the operating temperature and drive current. These systems also provide external trigger controls and front-panel or computer-controlled RS-232 interfaces to simplify set-up and operation.

The new FAP-Systems deliver 60W or 120W peak of diode energy through armored 2000 µm diameter fiber bundles. Both systems feature a pulse rise/fall time of less than 100 µsec, a minimum pulse width of 100 µsec and a maximum pulse width of 3600 sec. They have a user variable pulse frequency from 0.3 kHz to 10 kHz and a spectral width of less than 6 nm.


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