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Nanosecond laser Mesa PIV
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nanosecond laser
nanosecond laser
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Characteristics

Operational mode
nanosecond
Technology
solid-state
Spectrum
green
Other characteristics
high-power, high-repetition rate, Nd:YAG, diode-pumped
Applications
for PIV applications, PIV
Wavelength

532 nm

Power

60 W, 80 W, 120 W

Description

Mesa PIV is a dual oscillator/single head, high repetition rate, diodepumped Nd:YAG laser. It offers ultimate flexibility for PIV and other dual output applications. The combination of two oscillators allows complete control of pulse separation and pulse energy. Both oscillators in the Mesa PIV are identical in optical design giving temporally and spatially matched pulses for the highest degree of cross-correlation. Each oscillator can be independently triggered via TTL inputs. As an option, a compact, external combination box can be directly attached to the laser to make access to the beam combination optics easier and safer for the rest of the laser system. Applications Industry: > Stent/Glass/PCB/Fine Metal Cutting > LCD/Solar Edge Deletion > Marking > Wafer Trimming > Micro-hole Drilling > Ceramics Scribing > Fine Wire Stripping > Diamond/Gemstone Processing Science: > Ti:Sapphire pumping > Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) > Combustion Analysis > Laser Induced Fluorescence > LIDAR > Resonance Raman Spectroscopy > Chemical Analysis of Macromolecules > Laser Microprobe Analysis Key Features > 18 mJ total energy at 1-6 kHz > 120 W average power at 10 kHz > Ideal for Particle Image Velocimetry > Independent external trigger for each oscillator > Compact & rugged package designed for 24/7 operation > Record 3 min. diode module replacement with no realignment necessary > Proprietary optical cavity design for optimal beam quality

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