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Solid State Laser Systems

266nm & 355 nm Passively Q-switched Lasers

Key Features

  • Ultrashort pulses
  • High peak power
  • Variety of frequency options
  • Excellent beam quality
  • Efficient, air cooled
  • Long UV life

Description

SNV II series and SNU II series generate high peak power UV and DUV pulses of a few hundred picoseconds in a economical, compact, and reliable sealed package.

Microjoule UV pulses are generated from the harmonic conversion of a passively Q-switched Nd: YAG microchip engine.

The SNVII and SNUII series are designed for high average power, either from pulse energies as high as 2µJ or from free running repetition rates up to 40kHz; the SFV and SFU series allow users to select up to three fixed frequencies, set at the factory, from 10Hz to 4kHz; the STV and STU series enable the user to trigger the laser on demand, varying the period from 100ms to 500µs, pulse to pulse.

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Applications

  • Semiconductor or LED wafer inspection
  • Laser-induced fluorescence (LIF)
  • Micro dissection
  • Organic compound marking and micromachining
  • Biohazard detection
  • Time resolved fluorescence
  • Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS)

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