- Compact and robust
- Continuous tuning of repetition rate while maintaining performance
- Close to Gaussian smooth beam profile
NL200 series DPSS air-cooled nanosecond lasers offer high pulse energy at kHz repetition rates. End-pumped design makes this laser compact and easy to integrate into various laser equipment both industrial and R&D. Featuring short nanosecond pulse duration, variable repetition rate and external TTL triggering, nanosecond diode pumped NL200 series Q-switched lasers are excellent and cost-effective sources for specific applications, when higher pulse energy is required, like material processing, LCD and OLED display panel repair, ablation, marking, engraving, laser cleaning, laser deposition and many more. This laser can be equipped with harmonic generation modules for 532 nm, 355 nm, 266 nm and 213 nm wavelengths. Excellent energy stability and a wide range of wavelength options make this laser a perfect tool for spectroscopy, photoacoustic imaging and remote sensing applications. The mechanically stable and hermetically sealed design ensures reliable operation and long lifetime of the laser components Because of its robust design and diode-pumped technology this laser can work 24/7 with minimal down time and low ownership cost.
- high pulse energy
- cost-effective, single-cavity design
- small form factor
NL300 series electro-optically Q-switched nanosecond Nd:YAG lasers produce high energy pulses with 3–6 ns duration. Pulse repetition rate can be selected in range of 5–20 Hz. NL30×HT models are designed for maximum energy extraction from the active element. Up to 1100 mJ pulse energy can be produced at a 5 Hz pulse repetition rate. A wide range of harmonic generator modules for generation up to a 5th harmonic is available. Harmonic generators can be combined with attenuators that allow smooth output energy adjustment without changing other laser parameters, i.e. pulse duration, pulse-to-pulse stability, divergence or beam profile. For a more detailed description of harmonic and attenuator modules please check our harmonic generators selection guide on the page 58. The extremely compact laser head is approximately 480 mm long and can be fitted into tight spaces. The laser power supply has a 330 × 490 mm footprint. Easy access to the water tank from the back side of the power supply facilitates laser maintenance. Replacement of flashlamp does not require removal of pump chamber from the laser cavity and does not lead to possible misalignment. The powering unit can be configured with water-to-water or water-to-air heat exchangers. The latter option allows for laser operation without the use of tap water for cooling. For customer convenience the laser can be controlled via PS with LabView™ drivers (included) or a remote control pad. Both options allow easy control of laser settings.
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Ekspla is leading in the global market for scientific highly stable and reliable lasers. They have the ability to tailor the product for specific applications and/or according to specific OEM requirements is one of the main competences of EKSPLA. For customers, who need reliable laser equipment designed for long-term operation and delivered on time, EKSPLA provides optimized and tailored solutions for specific requirements that enables customers’ product or research to be unique.