Unlike continuous wave lasers, the output of pulsed lasers cannot be specified by their output power alone. This is because the output power of a pulsed laser is determined by three different parameters the laser’s pulse width, pulse energy, and pulse repetition rate. On this page, we have a list of all of the 500nJ lasers offered by RPMC which you sort using the search filters to the left to find the 500nJ laser which is best suited for your application, or you can talk to one of our laser experts today by calling 1-636-272-7227.
Antares: Picosecond Laser
wavelength series markets pulse width output power pulse energy rep rate manufacturer application type q-switch type pulse width selection wavelength selection energy selection power selectionOverview of Antares Narrow Linewidth Picosecond Laser Spark Lasers, experts in ultra-faster lasers, offer the ANTARES series of compact high-energy p... Read More
P4-266-0.5-10: 266nm Microchip Laser
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3D Scanning Lasers, Fluorescence Lifetime Lasers, Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy Lasers, Lithography Lasers, Maldi-TOF Lasers, Marking Lasers, Non-linear Spectroscopy Lasers, OLED Production Lasers, PCB Production Lasers, Photoluminescence Lasers, Scribing Lasers, Trimming Lasers
type q-switch type pulse width selection wavelength selection energy selection power selection series marketsRPMC offers a line of P4-266-0.5-10 Microchip Laser and micro Laser devices. These passively Q-switched Lasers emit sub-nanosecond, high-peak-power pu... Read More