M-NANO 80mJ 10Hz Nd:YAG DPSSL w/ Separate Compact Driver [PR179]
Even more compact and low weight (<1kg) 50-80mJ-level pulsed Nd:YAG laser head due to the separated control electronics/laser diode current driver and a flexible cable connection in between. Generates laser pulse energies of up to or >50mJ@20Hz or >80mJ@10Hz at pulse durations of <~8 ns, others on request.
Due to the separation of the electronics and the laser head module, this is an even more compact 50-to-80-mJ-level, pulsed Nd:YAG laser with separated control electronics and a flexible cable connection between electronics and laser head module.
Generates laser pulse energies up to >50...80 mJ, pulse durations of 8 ns and pulse repetition rates of 10 or 20 Hz, other values upon request.
This extremely small laser head is suited for space-constrained and handheld applications (total weight of laser head module <1 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 to avoid heat accumulation. The user simply provides an external 24-28 VDC power supply and a pulse trigger (TTL).
Inquire about higher pulse energies, higher repetition rates, harmonics, burst mode, extended temperature ranges etc. Benefits: In contrast to existing flash-lamp-pumped Nd:YAG technologies, this laser is laser-diode-pumped and the conductively cooled laser diode stack 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 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.