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Q-switched laser Inlite II series
femtosecondsolid-statecompact

Q-switched laser
Q-switched laser
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Characteristics

Operational mode
Q-switched, femtosecond
Technology
solid-state
Other characteristics
compact, OEM, high-energy, Nd:YAG
Applications
industrial, LIDAR
Wavelength

266 nm, 355 nm, 532 nm, 1,064 nm

Description

The Inlite series of pulsed Q-switched laser systems provides high levels of performance and reliability for Industrial and OEM applications. The Inlite is designed for new and existing users of pulsed lasers allowing easy integration, simple external control and ease of service in a compact package. The cast aluminum body structure is designed to minimize misalignment due to changes in temperature or vibration. The optics cavity is sealed to prevent contamination. Both lamp electrodes are accessible during lamp changes, eliminating problems with corrosion and broken lamps. Options and accessories can be added to tailor the laser performance parameters to your application. Inlite series are used for remote sensing, sample testing, mass spectroscopy, LIF, LIBS and LIDAR. Applications Industry: > Material sorting (recycling) > Weld inspection > Cleaning > LIBS Medical: > Skin Surfacing > Tattoo Removal > Pump Source > Medical device > manufacturing Science: > LIDAR > Thomson Scattering > Laser Thermal Annealing > Pump Source > LIF, PLIF, LIBS Key Features > Hardened design for reliable operation in industrial environments > Modular power supply in both rack mount and tower configurations > Easy flashlamp replacement without realignment of the laser oscillator > Cast aluminum resonator structure for a longterm thermal and mechanical stability > Options and accessories available to simplify integration

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