Lasers that designate 96mW of output power can have either CW (continuous wave) or pulsed output. CW Lasers are always defined in average output power. Pulsed Lasers with an output power defined in Watts or Milliwatts usually define the laser’s average power, not the peak power of the laser.
RPMC offers a couple of configuration options, including a 388nm and a 393nm end-pumped, pulsed DPSS laser emitting 96mW of of output power.
If you can not find the right product among our standard configurations, please contact RPMC and ask us about any customization options available for a product you are interested in. We can also provide a fully customized solution to meet your exact application requirements.
|Picture||Part Number||Type||Wavelength (nm)||Output power (W)||Pulse energy (uJ)||Pulse width||Rep rate||Q-switch type|
|Quantas-Q-SHIFT-388||Pulsed DPSS Lasers||388||0.060, 0.096, 0.120||180.0, 360.0, 750.0, 1250.0, 1500.0, 1800.0||2ns - 5ns||10Hz, 20Hz, 33Hz, 50Hz, 100Hz||Active|
|Quantas-Q-SHIFT-393||Pulsed DPSS Lasers||393||0.060, 0.096, 0.120||180.0, 360.0, 750.0, 1250.0, 1500.0, 1800.0||2ns - 5ns||10Hz, 20Hz, 33Hz, 50Hz, 100Hz||Active|
The Q-SHIFT series of Q-switched DPSS lasers is designed for researchers and application specialists working in micromachining, dermatology, LIDAR, time-resolved laser spectroscopy, and LIBS applications. With its built-in nonlinear wavelength conversion stage, this series allows the production of unconventional fundamental DPSS wavelengths, including 1163, 1177, 1300, 1317, 1551 and 1571 nm options, making it an ideal choice for those seeking wavelengths that are not accessible with conventional solid-state laser sources. With the optional harmonics generator, it is possible to generate up to the 4th harmonic for each fundamental wavelength, providing even more versatility.