Nanosecond laser STANDA-Q10 series
actively Q-switchedsolid-stateUV

nanosecond laser
nanosecond laser
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Operational mode
nanosecond, actively Q-switched
Other characteristics
OEM, Nd:YAG, diode-pumped

355 nm, 532 nm, 1,064 nm


The STANDA-Q10 is an actively Q-switched diode-pumped Nd:YAG laser operating at a wavelength of 1064 nm. The laser delivers nanosecond (0.9-3 ns) pulses with a near transform limited spectral structure (linewidth < 3.7 pm) emitted at repetition rates up to 10 kHz with extremely low timing jitter (<350ps, PtP), and single pulse energies as high as 70 µJ in a TEM00 beam (M2 < 1.3). The modified STA-01 controller is a convenient device for operating the STANDA-Q10 laser head. Intuitive GUI (JLV-SOFT9) allows to control and to monitor over 100 various parameters via USB or RS-232 interface. There are TTL inputs for precisely synchronized laser pulses and analog output that produces signals to trigger customer's electronics (pulse rise time ≤2.5ns). The main laser parameters can be modified to better fit the customer's application. Systems providing 0.5-3ns laser pulses (customer should specify the particular pulse width) with single pulse energy up to 0.5 mJ are available upon request. Spectral and spatial beam characteristics allows efficient fundamental frequency conversion via SHG and THG processes. Our standard harmonic generators can be installed into a laser head to obtain 532nm and 355nm laser radiation. Consult your Standa representative to find out the parameters of VIS and UV laser models. OEM version of STANDA-Q10 laser system is also available. OEM controller needs 7.5 V DC power supply and has USB or RS-232 interface to communicate with a PC. The controller appearance will be similar to our STA-01-OEM control unit.



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