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UV-Conversion Screens

Laser Components (Hudson, NH) offers the LDT-300B and LDT-300BG UV-conversion screens that can make UV laser radiation from 190 nm — 390 nm visible. The emission is based on “photon up conversion” effects. The screens do not require activation or moving inside the beam since there is no fading effect. The LDT-300B version measures 100 mm × 23 mm, while the LDT-300BG version measures 100 mm × 25 mm. The screens offer a minimum intensity of 10 J/cm2 (pulsed). The difference between the B and BG version is the mounting of the active material. The active surface of the B version extends to the edges of the conversion screen for use in alignment tasks, while the active material of the BG version is covered with a frame to protect the screen against mechanical shocks. The screens are suitable for use with excimer lasers, gas lasers, and tripled ND:YAG lasers. For Free Info Visit http://info.ims.ca/10976-213

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Micromachining Laser

The RAPID industrial micromachining laser from RPMC Lasers (O’Fallon, MO) is a >1 MHz diode pumped Nd:YVO4 picosecond laser with 2W average power at 1064 nm. It delivers pulses at ≥640 kHz and removes between 10 nm and 100 nm in depth per pulse. Its 11 ps-pulses offer pulse energy up to 200 μJ, peak power of up to 20 MW/cm2, and beam quality of M2

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Tunable Single Frequency Diode Laser

TOPTICA Photonics AG (Munich, German) has introduced the DL pro 780, a Littrow-type grating stabilized diode laser featuring a wavelength tuning range of 765 nm -795 nm, optical output power up to 80 mW, and mode-hop-free tuning > 50 GHz. The laser also offers linewidth ~ 500 kHz, and RockSolid II design, which reduces susceptibility to environmental acoustic noise. The DL pro 780 is suitable for use in high-resolution laser spectroscopy, laser cooling and BEC, electromagnetically induced transparency, and magnetometry.

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UV Excimer-Based Micromachining System

Photon Machines (San Diego, CA) has announced the MicroMaster V5, a UV excimer-based micromachining system offering 4-6 ns pulse length and 193 nm or 248 nm wavelength output. It also features 1 μm multi-axis workpiece positioning control with 200 mm square travel, variable apertures for various shapes and sizes down to

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Machine Vision Digital Camera

Prosilica (Burnaby, BC) has added the GigE VisionTM GC750 Gigabit Ethernet camera to its line of machine vision cameras. The GC750 connects directly to the Gigabit Ethernet port on the host computer and does not require a frame grabber. It incorporates a progressive scan CMOS sensor with global electronic shutter suitable for capturing high-speed motion events. The GC750 runs 60 fps at 752 × 480 resolution and is available in monochrome and color models supporting 8-bit and 10-bit formats. The GC750C (color version) outputs interpolated RGB, Bayer 8, Bayer 16, YUV411, YUV422, and YUV444 image data. It includes external trigger and sync I/O, and an RS232 port for controlling peripheral devices such as lens, lighting, PZT, or controllers. It also includes auto-iris control output for video-type auto-iris lenses. A software development kit is included to integrate the camera into a user’s vision applications, and supports 32 and 64 bit versions of Windows Vista, Win XP, Win 2000, Linux and QNX operating systems. Support for Intel x86 and PowerPC platforms is also available. For Free Info Visit http://info.ims.ca/10976-219

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Thin Film Optical Coating

Deposition Sciences, Inc. (Santa Rosa, CA) has developed a line of thin film optical coatings that operate in the 3 - 5 micron and the 8 - 12 micron infrared (IR) spectral regions. A variety of coating types with these two wavelength regions are available, including AR (antireflection), high reflectors, beam splitters, dichroic coatings, and band pass filters. These thin film coatings can be applied onto various substrates including sapphire, silicon, germanium, zinc sulfide, zinc selenide, metals, ceramics, and glass types compatible with the extended infrared spectral region. The optical coatings are suitable for use in military, aerospace, and industrial tasks. For Free Info Visit http://info.ims.ca/10976-217

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Laser Beam Expanders

The OSL laser beam expanders from Optical Surfaces (Surrey, UK) are designed to provide achromatic expansion of a collimated input source. With aluminum coatings they can operate from the UV to far IR range without adjustment. Alignment aids are supplied with each beam expander to ensure correct beam pointing. Specialist beam expanders requiring larger apertures (up to 400mm) or higher magnification (up to 100x) are available, as are both horizontal and vertical beam displacements. Custom beam expanders with a focusing capability for a given far field can be supplied for performance in LIDAR applications. An alternative beam expander is also available using two off-axis parabola with a common focus for Fizeau applications. OSL beam expanders are housed in a box assembly allowing them to be fixed to an optical table and transported to different sites without internal realignment. Test interferograms and an OPD map are supplied with every beam expander. For Free Info Visit http://info.ims.ca/10976-218

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