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Dual-Resonator Lasers 100 - 400 Watt

Key Features

  • Wavelength: 10.5-10.7 µ
  • Power Stability: ± 5% / after 15 minutes of CW operation
  • M²: 1.3 ± 0.2 / < 1.4 ± 0.2
  • Beam Size (Near Field): 4 ± 1 mm / 8 ± 1 mm
  • Beam Divergence (Full Angle): 5 ± 1 mrad / 3 ± 1 mrad

Description

Dual-Resonator Lasers 100 - 400 Watt

Universal manufactures 100, 120, 150, and 400 watt lasers with a dual resonator design. Besides higher power, the cross-polarized beam generated by dual resonator lasers is advantageous for material processing applications.

10.6 µ lasers can be used for:
Cutting and marking plastic, wood, fabric, leather or laminates.
Marking glass, stone, and anodized aluminum.

9.3 µ lasers can be used for:
Producing high-contrast marks on PET bottles, photopolymers, and other soft plastics.

CO2 lasers provide an efficient non-contact method for cutting and marking a wide variety of materials including plastics, fabrics, leather, wood and laminates. The wavelength of the energy emitted from the CO2 laser is absorbed very efficiently by these materials. The absorbed energy is converted to heat, and the heat ablates material directly in the laser's path. Higher laser power levels can be used to cut materials leaving a clean, square edge. Lower laser power levels can be used to cause chemical or thermal reactions in the target material, creating permanent, high definition marks on the surface. These marks will not rub off and are ideal for branding or serializing parts.

Wavelength: 10.5-10.7 µ
Power Stability: ± 5% / after 15 minutes of CW operation
M²: 1.3 ± 0.2 / < 1.4 ± 0.2
Beam Size (Near Field): 4 ± 1 mm / 8 ± 1 mm
Beam Divergence (Full Angle): 5 ± 1 mrad / 3 ± 1 mrad
Polarization: Cross-Polarized
Pointing Stability: 200 µR
Optical Pulse Rise or Fall Time: 120 ± 40 µs
Duty Cycle: 0-100%
Modulation Signal Type: TTL compatible
Cooling: Integrated Air or Integrated Water

Applications

  • Laser Cutting
  • Laser Marking
  • Laser Engraving
  • Laser Imaging

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Read our application note: Stripping of plastic insulation with excimer and TEA CO2 lasers