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Q-Switch Laser, Nanosecond, 355nm, 25W; Diode-Pumped UV Laser from Lumentum

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Key Features
  • Higher throughput enabled by more than 40 W of UV output power
  • Highest UV energy (1 mJ) available on the market with M2 better than 1.2
  • Capable of processing the widest range of materials due to a large selection of pulse energies, pulse widths, and repetition rates
  • High reliability due to low fluence in harmonic crystals and no cavity optic coatings exposed to UV
  • Tighter process control due to superior energy stability enabled by unique intracavity harmonic generation

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  • Wavelength: 354.7 nm
  • Polarization: >100:1, horizontal
  • Spatial mode: TEM00
  • M-squared: <1.2
  • Controller repetition rate: 0 kHz to 250 kHz
  • Constant pulse energy: 40kHz
  • Average output power: 10.4W @ 120 kHz
  • Pulse width: 90ns @ 120kHz
  • Wafer scribing
  • Full-cut wafer dicing
  • Low-k dielectric grooving
  • Micromachining of silicon, sapphire, ceramic, and metal
  • Micro-via drilling
  • PCB and flexboard cutting

Product Overview:

High power Q-switched laser from Lumentum. Wide selection of pulse energies, pulse widths, and repetition rates to process a wide range of materials. M2 less then 1.2 with high UV energy output. Q-switched laser output energy up to 1mJ at a wavelength of 355nm.