Photonics Industries to showcase UV picosecond laser at SPIE Photonics West 2019

Jan. 29, 2019
The RGH-355-45 UV picosceond laser delivers pulse energy ~200 µJ and power over 50 W at 355 nm.

The RGH-355-45 ultraviolet (UV)picosceond laser delivers pulse energy ~200 µJ and power over 50 W at 355 nm. Other specifications include high repetition rates up to 8 MHz and <600 W typical power consumption.

SPIE Photonics West booth number: 5045

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Contact: Photonics Industries

Headquarters: Ronkonkoma, NY

Product: RGH-355-45 UV picosecond laser

Key Feature: Delivers pulse energy ~200 µJ

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