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Flare Pulsed Laser
Jun 2013
Coherent Inc.Request Info
SANTA CLARA, Calif., June 17, 2013 — Coherent Inc.’s new Flare series of compact pulsed lasers provides an alternative to older gas lasers and first-generation solid-state lasers for life sciences and instrumentation applications.

The series has three available wavelengths: near-IR (1064 nm), green (532 nm) and UV (355 nm). The UV model is suitable for Maldi-Tof applications currently serviced by nitrogen lasers, as well as for many laser microdissection applications. At 355 nm, the laser delivers a TEM00 output mode of M2 <2 and a pulse energy of 30 mJ.

Flare’s shorter pulse width (<2 ns versus 4 ns for the N2 laser) provides improved time-of-flight resolution, and its higher pulse repetition frequency of 1 kHz (versus <100 Hz for the N2 laser) reduces data acquisition times by an order of magnitude.


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pulsed laser
A laser that emits energy in a series of short bursts or pulses and that remains inactive between each burst or pulse. The frequency of the pulses is termed the pulse-repetition frequency.
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