The PiLas Systems are diode lasers emitting very short optical pulses with pulse widths down to 18 ps (FWHM), depending on the laser diode used. The standard system consists of a digital electrical pulse generator EIG, an optical head with a laser diode and a collimating optics (paralleling optics, single mode fiber output or multimode fiber output versions are also available). The laser diodes of the various models are pre-configured to emit on a fixed wavelength within a spectral range between 375 nm and 1550 nm, i.e.
COMPexPro lasers are highly effective light sources, featuring a compact design and easy installation and operation. They deliver superior results in demanding applications, such as solid sampling systems (LA-ICPMS), material research (PLD) and precise material processing.
The ND6000 is a pulsed, tunable dye laser, combining high performance with ease of use. Its proprietary, grazing incidence oscillator and transverse pumped amplifiers result in high efficiency, low amplified spontaneous emission (ASE), and linewidth of < 0.08 cm-1 at 560 nm. Its revolutionary circulator permits quick and easy dye changes. The laser tunes from 200 nm to 4.5 µm with the help of a crystal tracking option which electronically tunes the UVX and IRP wavelength extension packages.
Focus3D is small and compact. Weighing just 5 kg (11 lb), it is the smallest 3D laser scanner ever built. With an intuitive touchscreen display, users can control all of the scanner functions with the easy-to-use interface.
A krypton laser is an ion laser, a type of gas laser using krypton ions as a gain medium, pumped by electric discharge. Krypton lasers are used for scientific research, or when krypton is mixed with argon, for creation of "white-light" lasers, useful for laser light shows. Krypton lasers are also used in medicine (e.g. for coagulation of retina), for manufacture of security holograms, and numerous other purposes.
The Quanta-Ray INDI series are single-rod oscillator-only Nd:YAG lasers. They offer pulse energies up to 450 mJ at 1064 nm. The INDI is the most compact of the Quanta-Ray lasers, and is based upon the Quanta-Ray’s unique combination of proprietary resonator design with gold-coated elliptical pump chambers to produce an output beam quality that is superior to other low-energy pulsed lasers available on the market.
An Nd:YAG laser is a solid state laser capable of producing a near-infrared wavelength that penetrates deep into the skin and is readily absorbed by hemoglobin and melanin chromophores. The lasing medium of Nd:YAG (Neodymium-doped Yttrium Aluminum Garnet) is a man-made crystal (solid state) that is pumped by a high intensity lamp and placed into a resonator (a cavity capable of amplifying the power of the laser).
The FlowMaster system family is designed to measure instantaneous 2D- and 3D velocity
fields using the well-established Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) technique. The different types are measurements on a plane/sheet (2D and Stereo-PIV) and in a volume (Tomo-PIV).While 2D-PIV measures both components on a plane, Stereo-PIV measures also the out-of-plane component on a plane. Tomo-PIV measures all three vector components in a volume. For all types the measurements can be performed at either low frame rate ("Low-Speed"-PIV) or at several kHz ("Time-Resolved"-PIV).