SLM picosecond laser from RPMC Lasers is tap water-cooled

Nov. 9, 2015
The Pico series laser delivers 10 W of TEM00 (M2

The Pico series laser delivers 10 W of TEM00 (M2<1.3) at 1064 nm with 150 ps pulses at up to 300 kHz. The output is single longitudinal mode (SLM) with 10 pm linewidth. The laser requires 24 V DC input and is tap water-cooled. Applications include micromachining, ablation, scribing, lidar, nonlinear optics, and other industrial, medical, military, and R&D tasks.
RPMC Lasers
O’Fallon, MO

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