M-NANO-GREEN 532+1064 30mJ 10Hz Nd:YAG All-In-One ns Laser [PR190]

Extremely compact ~30-mJ-level green (SHG) pulsed Nd:YAG laser head with integrated control electronics and laser diode current driver. Generates laser pulse energies up to 30 mJ at 10 Hz at 532 nm with ~25-30mJ residual pulse energy at the fundamental wavelength of 1064nm, at pulse durations of typically ~< 6ns.

Average output power 0.3 W
Pulse energy, max. 30 mJ
Pulse duration (FWHM) 3 ... 8 ns
Wavelength (center) 532 nm + 1064 nm
E-Mail request

Please contact us with your questions or customization requests.

Description

Extremely compact and light-weight 30-mJ-level GREEN nanosecond pulsed Nd:YAG laser with integrated control electronics and laser diode current driver. Both the green beam and the residual 1064 nm beam are on the same axis (user needs to separate by himself if desired, a suitable dichroic mirror can be supplied).

 

This small laser head is suited for space-constrained and portable applications (total weight <2 kg). The laser can be integrated in the user’s setup and just needs to be mounted onto a sub-mount capable of taking the head away during operation. The user simply provides an external 24-28 VDC power supply and a pulse trigger (TTL).

 

Benefits: In contrast to existing flash-lamp-pumped Nd:YAG technologies, this laser is laser-diode-pumped and the conductively cooled laser diode is included in the laser head. Not only the compactness but also lower electrical power consumption, lower weight, maintenance-free operation and improved beam quality, divergence and focusability are achieved and result in improved application results.

 

Applications: The compactness and low weight enable applications that were not possible with existing flash-lamp pumped technologies, including handheld or portable applications and other applications with critical space and/or weight constraints. Applications of these compact laser sources include – besides scientific applications – laser analytics, LIBS (Laser-induced break-down spectroscopy), optical component damage testing, PIV (Particle image velocimetry), LIDAR (Light detection and ranging), Photoacoustic Imaging, Defense, optical amplification, etc.

Specifications

Pulse energy, max. up to >30 mJ @532nm, 10Hz, ~25-30 mJ @1064nm
Exit beams 1064 nm & 532 nm beams on same axis
Pulse duration (FWHM) 8 ns (+/-5ns)
Wavelength (center) 532 nm + 1064 nm (same axis)
Pulse repetition rate 10 Hz
Beam quality M², typical 2 ~ 3
Size (laser head incl. controller/driver) 149 x 140 x 64 mm3
Cooling requirement provide heat sink @ 0...40°C
Power supply provide 24-28 VDC