Nanosecond Solid-State Laser

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Nanosecond Solid-State LaserThe compact MOPA series of UV nanosecond solid-state lasers from Crystal Laser Systems GmbH feature wavelengths of 355, 266, and 213 nm.

The laser systems are based on a diode-pumped, passively Q-switched YAG laser, which is followed by a diode-pumped optical amplifier. This MOPA principle enables higher pulse energies than those from unamplified systems. Different models with pulse energies up to 200 uJ, average powers up to 200 mW, and repetition frequencies up to 20 kHz are available. Due to the microchip design used, short pulse lengths in the range of 1 ns are achieved, which lead to high pulse peak powers of up to 200 kW.

Typical applications in UV include micro machining, the marking of glasses, plastics, and other transparent substrates, and fundamental investigations in the fields of semiconductor research and life science.

Published: September 2020
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