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Photoacoustic ProductThe Phocus OEM from Opotek Inc. is the newest addition to the Phocus family line of products designed for photoacoustic applications.

The Phocus OEM is a mobile unit that incorporates all the system components in an extremely small and robust package, measuring 22 × 24 × 14 in. The system includes the pump laser, the power supply and cooling unit, the optics and the optical parametric oscillator (OPO). The ring oscillator OPO generates peak energy of more than 50 mJ at 20 Hz. The entire system is computer controlled.

Access to laser wavelengths at 1064 and 532 nm is available. Fast-Tuning, in which the output wavelength can be tuned to any wavelength within the range at every consecutive pulse, is also available.

Photonics Spectra
Mar 2017

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