CryLaS to showcase DUV laser at LASER World of Photonics China 2017

March 3, 2017
The FQCW266 266 nm continuous-wave lasers offer up to 200 mW single-frequency output power.

The FQCW266 266 nm continuous-wave (CW) lasers offer up to 200 mW single-frequency output power, >1000 m coherence length, and power stability <1% rms. The deep-UV (DUV) lasers have uses in applications such as semiconductor inspection, UV Raman spectroscopy, UV optics metrology, lithography, and interferometric measurements.

LASER World of Photonics China booth number: 1718

To Learn More:

Contact: CryLaS
Headquarters: Berlin, Germany
Product: FQCW266 266 nm CW lasers
Key Feature: Up to 200 mW single-frequency output power

What CryLaS says:
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