Ultrafast laser from Amplitude Systèmes available in IR, green, and UV wavelengths

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The Satsuma HP2 ultrafast laser provides 20 W average power and 40 μJ of energy per pulse. The compact, air-cooled laser has ultrashort pulses of <0.4 ps. Available in IR, green, or UV wavelengths, it is designed for industrial applications such as semiconductor dicing, solar cell and thin-film processing, metal drilling, and others.

Amplitude Systèmes
Cambridge, MA

info@amplitude-laser.com

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AMPLITUDE SYSTEMES introduces Satsuma HP² ultrafast laser.

1 year after receiving the Prism Award for the best Industrial laser, Amplitude Systemes is proud to announce the launch of a new higher power, more efficient addition to its award winning Satsuma ultrafast fiber laser platform with:

- 2 times more average power (20W!)
- 2 times more energy per pulse (40μJ).

Featuring: - Incredibly small footprint and lightweight (4 times smaller than competitive 20W picosecond laser). - Air cooling for an easy integration into a machine. - Ultrashort pulses (<0,4ps) for the best efficiency and precision laser processing.

Satsuma HP² is the best solution available today for industrial applications that require high reliability, high efficiency and high accuracy.

Satsuma HP² is available in IR, green or UV wavelength and can be used for demanding applications such as semiconductor dicing, solar cell and thin film processing, metal drilling, transparent material cutting or engraving...

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