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Sub-Naples – High Energy Sub-Nanosecond DPSS Lasers

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SUB – NAPLES

High-Energy Sub-Nanosecond DPSS Lasers

The Sub-Naples series of Q-switched, DPSS lasers are high-peak-power, rugged, turnkey, sub-nanosecond units with output at any or all of the wavelengths: 1064 nm, 532 nm and 266 nm. The relatively short pulse length and high peak power make the SUB-Naples family particularly suitable for use in LIDAR, km-scale laser ranging (at 1064 nm), micromachining, mass spectrometry and other applications.

Sub-nanosecond Laser Wisconsin-1

FEATURES

  • ≤ 600 picoseconds pulse width
  • 1.15 mJ /pulse @1064 nm
  • 400 Hz standard
  • TEM00 mode
  • Air cooled

APPLICATIONS

  • Micromachining (diamonds, glass, metals, ceramics)
  • distance measurements
  • remote sensing
  • bio-medical application
  • scientific research

Sub-Naples specifications

 

Wavelength 1064 nm 532 nm 355 nm 266 nm 213 nm
Energy output (at 400 Hz) 1.15 mJ 0.65 mJ 0.28 mJ 0.18 mJ 0.04 mJ
*Sub-Naples – 10 (optional) 10mJ at 1064 nm at 20 Hz
Pulse width (at 1064 nm) ≤ 0.6 ns (~ 350 ps at 213 nm )
Repetition rate Internal/external triggering, 400 Hz
Q-switch Passive
Beam quality Diffraction limited
Beam profile TEMoo Gaussian
Pulse-to-pulse Standard Deviation <1-2%
Output beam pointing stability (std dev, 1 hour) ~0.5 Diffraction limit
External control Connector for TTL trigger input port (4 +/-1V, 1 kΩ)
Electrical power ~ 100-240VAC, 47-63 Hz, single phase
Warm-up time Less than 3 minutes
Operating temperature and humidity 20-27 oC; 10-80 %

* Request Sub-Naples – 10 for a more powerful output

Delivery set

  • Laser head
  • Pumping unit
  • Optical fiber
  • Signal cable
  • Power cord
  • CD with manual
  • Control software

Warranty

1 year for all parts and labor excluding the laser pump diode. The pump diode is warranted for the lesser of 1 year or 109 pulses.

Laser Output Beam Profile

Sub-nanosecond DPSS Laser beam

Laser Dimensions

Sub-Nanosecond Laser Dimensions