LCS-T-11

532nm, multiple longitudinal mode, CW DPSS laser delivering 3 mW of average output power in a benchtop format.

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LCS-T-11 532nm, multiple longitudinal mode, CW DPSS laser delivering 3 mW of average output power in a benchtop format. On Request On Request
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Specifications

Amplitude Stability:

2%

Average Output Power:

3mW

Beam Divergence:

1.2mrad

Beam Major Dimension:

1mm

Beam Shape:

Circular

Centre Wavelength:

532nm

Laser Type:

DPSS Laser

Longitudinal Mode:

multiple

Modulation:

not available

Package Type:

Benchtop

Polarisation Ratio:

100-1

Series:

LCS-T

Temporal Mode:

CW

Transverse (Spatial) Mode:

TEM00

The LCS-T series are benchtop CW lasers. Their output powers are wavelength dependent and are 3mW at 532nm, or 50mW for the 1064nm laser model.

These DPSS lasers provide good beam quality. Average power stability is <2% over 8 hours at the specified operating temperature range and with adequate heat sinking, after warm-up. The amplitude noise is not specified.

The LCS-T series lasers are supplied with a simple benchtop style laser controller. The output power of the lasers is fixed and is not adjustable electrically. The controller has a keyswitch, LED emission indicator, and an interlock point. Electrical modulation of these lasers is possible, but only at very low frequencies and is not advisable.

The beam quality of these lasers is excellent. They have a circular, TEM00 spatial mode beam. The polarisation of the output power is 100-1.

Dimensions are detailed on the data sheet

These lasers are for lab use. They are also suitable for incorporation into such OEM systems where they can be maintained or replaced easily at scheduled and unscheduled service intervals. These lasers are not designed for operation in harsh temperature, humidity, or electrical environments or for exposure to high loading stress, acceleration, shock or vibration. Please note that the failure to provide adequate cooling may result in the premature failure of DPSS lasers.