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High Specification CW Polarized Fiber Laser for Research Applications

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High Specification CW Polarized Fiber Laser for Research ApplicationsIntroducing Kimmon Koha’s model KKFL-20 fiber laser. With its single mode operation and a polarization ratio of >250:1 it is a perfect pumping source for SHG / THG. Some key features: 20W, 1064nm, 2 year warranty, >30,000 hour expected lifetime, CW operation, air cooled, rack mount design.


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