In the case of gas lasers, the laser beam is generated by electric discharge in a gas medium. The type of gas used determines the wavelength, power, and operating mode of the laser. A wide range of wavelengths and radiating characteristics can be realized technically. Laser 2000 offers a wide range of gas lasers, such as HeNe, argon-ion, CO2, and excimer lasers. Classical applications for these lie in the fields of laser material processing, measurement technology, and interferometry.
The modern and compact MLI Excimer Laser series from MLase are UV light sources at 193 nm or 248 nm with high pulse energies up to 16 mJ and repetition rates up to 1,000 Hz !
The Photon Systems Deep UV laser product family is a revolutionary new family of deep ultraviolet laser products.
The FIR-/THz lasers are optically pumped lasers used in applications where coherent radiation in the range of 40 μm to 1.22 mm (0.25 –7.5 THz) is required.
JDSU helium-neon lasers with the wavelength 632.8nm are available in the power range from 0.5 mW to 22.5 mW.
The MTL-5 is a compact, user-friendly, bench-top, Transverse Excited Atmospheric (TEA) Pressure pulsed CO2 Laser.
JDSU’s air-cooled argon lasers are designed for complex, high-resolution applications such as flow cytometry, DNA sequencing, graphic arts, and semiconductor inspection
The PL series of continuous wave, grating tuned, infrared gas lasers sets the standard for high power, stable sources for a wide variety of applications in molecular spectroscopy.
The SWS CO2 laser integration modules consist of CO2 laser source and galvanometer scanning head. For a wide range of applications the modules are available from 20 W to 400 W.