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TECH-1053

Application fields:  materials micromachining, laser marking, laser-ultrasound nondestructive evaluation, photoacoustics, LIBS (laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy), DLIP (Direct Laser Interference Patterning), OPO pumping, high technologies R&D, ablation.

Features:
Active Q-switched mode of operation with nanosecond pulse duration
High pulse energy and peak power
Perfect beam quality
High pulse-to-pulse stability
Ultra-compact design
Conductive cooling of laser head
External / internal triggering, PC control via RS-232
Fiber-coupling option is available on request  

 

 

TECH-series datasheet

 

 

 

Parameter / Model TECH-1053
Basic Advanced Express Specific
Wavelength, nm 1053
Mode of Operation Q-switched, external/internal triggering
Pulse Energy 1,2, 500 1000 1000 2000
Max. Average Output Power, W ~0.5@1kHz ~1.2@4kHz ~ 4 @4 kHz ~ 1 @1kHz ~ 2 @1 kHz
Pulse Duration(FWHM)1,2, ns s 6 w 4 d15
Peak Power1,2, kW s80 s 165 f 250 s 130
Range of Pulse Repetition Rate, kHz
   Ext. Triggering3
   Int. Triggering: through RS-2324
                          without PC5

single pulse - 4
0.01 - 4
1 s0.01

single pulse-4
0.01 - 4
4 s0.01

single pulse - 1
0.01 - 1
1 s0.01
Pulse-to-pulse Stability - StDev/Mean 1,2,% 1
Long-term Stability, %/8 hrs d 2
Beam Quality TEMoo, M2<1.2
Beam Diameter (x, at output aperture), mm 0.7 s0.2 1.1 c0.2
Beam Divergence (full angle,), mrad z 5
Polarization Linearity d 100:1, vertical (a 5s)
Laser Trigger to Sync Out Pulse1,2,6 , ns (av. pulse energy > 80%)
   Delay (the value is within the range)
   Jitter

 


300 250 *
8 *

Laser Emission to Sync Out Pulse1,2,6 , ns (av. pulse energy > 80%)
   Delay
   Jitter

 


e 50
w 2

Warm Up Time, min w 10
Remote Control of Laser Parameters via interface RS-232 ON/OFF, Ext./Int. Triggering, Pulse Rep. Rate, Pulse Energy
Data rate via Interface RS-232, bit/s 4800
Operation Voltage, V 24 a10%
Max. Current Consumption, A d 6
Power Consumption, W 15-707 20-907 15-707
Laser Head Heating Power, W 5-207 5-307 5-207
Operating Temp/Humidity Range s +15 to +35 x / up to 80% non-condensing
Shipping Temp/Humidity Range (In the manufacturer package) -20 to +50 sd / up to 80% humidity at 25 s
Dimensions of Laser Head (LxWxH), mm 215 x 70 x 40
Beam Height, mm 21.5
Weight of Laser Head, kg 1.2 s0.1
Dimensions of PSU (LxWxH), w/o Fan Heat Sink7, mm max. 230 x 153 x 47
Weight of PSU w/o Fan Heat Sink , kg 1.9 s0.1
Weight of Fan Heat Sink, kg 1.7 s0.1
Fiber Cable Length, m 1.5 s5%
Minimal long term bending Radius of Fiber Cable, mm 50
LH-PC Cable Length, m 1.5 s5%
Laser Class IV
Compliance CE, RoHS
Drawing of Laser Head Drawing
Drawing of Power Supply Drawing
Drawing of Fan Heat Sink for PSU Drawing

* For Advanced, Express and Specific line: Delay and jitter are specified for the case of triggering by the pulse with the certain duration determined by the manufacturer (typ. 200-230 µs for Advanced and 800-900 µs for Express, Specific). Counted from the fall edge of the trigger pulse. In case of triggering with rise edge, the delay is about 200-230 µs and 800-900 µs, respectively, and the jitter is approx. 2% of it.

 

1Measured at 1 kHz pulse repetition rate for Basic, Express and Specific line.
2 Measured at 4 kHz pulse repetition rate for Advanced line.
3 Triggering with external electric pulse generator; generator is not included in delivery set.
4 Generation of periodical laser pulses using PC, step 0.01 kHz. Average energy may be changed by software from 10% up to maximum value.
5 Generation of periodical laser pulses at fixed rep. rate; external generator and/or PC are not required.
6 Sync Out signal is generated by pulse of laser light.
7 Depending on pulse repetition rate. Fan Heat Sink to be attached depending on operation conditions and/or pulse repetition rate operation range.

 

Application example

 

Direct Laser Interference Patterning (DLIP). Fabricated on DLIP-Fab machine developed by Fraunhofer IWS and Technical University of Dresden using TECH-1053 laser. More in paper

s    s
Stainless steel   Nickel