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Q-switched Laser

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Q-switched LaserThe Cobolt Tor XE 532-nm Q-switched laser from HÜBNER Photonics GmbH delivers 0.25-mJ/pulse at up to 1 kHz repetition rate.

In a compact laser head which contains all drive electronics, the Cobolt Tor XE is intended for integration into instruments for marking, laser induced breakdown spectroscopy, lidar, and photoacoustic microscopy applications. Through advanced and fully integrated control electronics, the emission can be triggered from single pulses up to 1-kHz pulse trains, bursts of pulses using external or internal trigger signals, or a combination of both.

The laser can withstand 60-G mechanical shocks, extreme temperatures, pressure, and humidity.

Photonics Spectra
Feb 2022

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ProductsCobolt Tor XE532Q-switched laserHübner PhotonicslaserslidarMicroscopyspectroscopyEuropeHubner Photonics

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