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Q-Switched Laser

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Q-Switched LaserThe Cobolt Tor XE Q-switched, pulsed laser from HÜBNER Photonics is designed for marking, laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy, and photoacoustic microscopy applications.

The compact system provides kHz repetition rates, short pulse lengths of <3.5 ns, and pulse-to-pulse stability with jitter of <2 μs in a TEM00 beam. In addition, through advanced and fully integrated control electronics, emission can be triggered from single pulses up to 1-kHz pulse trains or bursts of pulses using external or internal trigger signals. HTCure manufacturing technology provides a compact and hermetically sealed package, which provides a high level of immunity to varying environmental conditions and exceptional reliability.

Mar/Apr 2021

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ProductsCobolt Tor XEQ-switched laserlaserspulsed lasersHübner PhotonicsspectroscopyMicroscopyEurope

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