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TOPAG Lasertechnik GmbH
Nieder-Ramstädter Str. 247
64285 Darmstadt
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NL230 - Serie, DPSS

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NL230 - Serie, elektrooptisch gütegeschaltete Nd:YAG Laser, Dioden-gepumpt

NL230

Die Dioden-gepumpten und  aktiv gütegeschalteten Laser der NL230-Serie liefern hohe Pulsenergien von 150mJ bei 100Hz bzw. 190mJ bei 50Hz.  Die Systeme sind luftgekühlt und ermöglichen einen stabilen und wartungsfreien Laserbetrieb. Die typische Lebensdauer der Pumpdioden liegt bei mehr als 1 Milliarde Pulsen.

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Features

  • Diode-pumped, typical diode lifetime >1 Gshot
  • Up to 190 mJ at 1064 nm pulse energy
  • Up to 100 Hz pulse repetition rate
  • Short pulse duration in the 3-7 ns range
  • Variable reflectivity output coupler for low-divergence beam
  • Quiet operation: no more flashlamp firing sound
  • Remote control via keypad and/or PC via USB (RS232 optional) port with supplied LabVIEW™ drivers
  • Optional temperature-stabilized second, third and fourth harmonic generators

Applications

  • OPO, Ti:Sapphire and dye laser pumping
  • TFT-LCD Repair
  • Mass Spectroscopy
  • Remote Sensing
  • LIDAR (Light Detection And Ranging)
  • LIF (Light Induced Fluorescence)
  • PIV (Particle Image Velocimetry)
  • LIBS (Light Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy)
  • ESPI (Electronic Speckle Pattern Interferometry)
  • Medical
  • Photo-acoustic imaging

The NL230 series diode-pumped Q-switched nanosecond lasers produce up to 150 mJ at 100 Hz or up to 190 mJ at 50 Hz pulse repetition rate. Diode pumping allows maintenance-free laser operation for an extended period of time (more than 3 years for an estimated eight working hours per day). The typical pump diode lifetime is more than 1 billion shots.

Lasers are designed to produce high-intensity, high-brightness pulses and are targeted for applications such as material ablation, remote sensing, OPO, Ti:Sapphire or dye laser pumping. Due to an electro‑optical Q-switch, the master oscillator generates short duration pulses in the 3 – 7 ns range. The oscillator cavity optical design features a variable‑reflectivity output coupler, giving a low-divergence laser beam.

A closed-loop TEC based chiller is used for laser cooling, eliminating the need for external cooling water and reducing running costs. Angle-tuned non-linear crystals mounted in temperature stabilized heaters are used for optional second, third or fourth harmonic generation. The harmonics separation system is designed to ensure radiation with a high spectral purity and to direct it to the separate output ports.

For customer convenience the laser can be controlled via a user‑friendly remote control pad or a USB interface. The remote pad allows easy control of all parameters and features a backlit display that is easy to read even through laser safety eyewear. Alternatively, the laser can be controlled from a personal computer via supplied Windows™ compatible software. LabVIEW™ drivers are also included with each laser installation package.

Tab 2
Specifications 1)

Model NL230-30 NL230-100 NL231-50 NL231-100
Pulse energy (not less than)2)
at 1064 nm 140 mJ 60 mJ 190 mJ 150 mJ
at 532 nm3) 70 mJ 30 mJ 90 mJ 70 mJ
at 355 nm4) 40 mJ 15 mJ 55 mJ 40 mJ
at 266 nm5) 14 mJ 4 mJ 16 mJ 13 mJ
Pulse to pulse energy stability (StdDev) 6)
at 1064 nm <1 %
at 532 nm <2.5 %
at 355 nm <3.5 %
at 266 nm <6 %
Pulse repetition rate  30 Hz 100 Hz 50 Hz 100 Hz
Power drift7) <2 %
Pulse duration 8) 3-7 ns
Linewidth <1 cm-1 at 1064nm
Beam profile 9) “Top Hat” in near ield and close to Gaussian in far field
Beam divergence 10) <0.8 mrad
Beam pointing stability 11) <60 µrad rms
Polarization linear, >95% at 1064 nm
Typical beam diameter 12) 5 mm
Optical pulse jitter 
Internal triggering regime 13) <0.5 ns rms
External triggering regime 14) <0.5 ns rms
SYNC OUT pulse delay -100 μs ... 100 ms
Typical warm-up time 5 min
Physical characteristics
Laser head (WxLxH) 190x305x165 mm ±3 mm
Power supply unit (WxLxH)
Desktop case 471×391×147 mm ±3 mm
19′′ module 483×355×133 mm ±3 mm
External chiller (where applicable) inquire
Umbilical length 2.5 m
Operating requirements
cooling (air cooled) 15) built in chiller external chiller
Ambient temperature 18-27 °C
Relative humidity 20-80 % (non-condensing)
Power requirements 100-240 VAC, single phase, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption <1kVA
 

1) Due to continuous improvement, all speciications are subject to change without notice. For latest product information please visit EKSPLA. The parameters marked typical may vary with each unit we manufacture. Unless stated otherwise all speciications are measured at 1064 nm.
2) Outputs are not simultaneous.
3) With H300SH and H300S or H300SHC harmonics generator module. See harmonics generator selection guide for more detailed information.
4) With H300STH and H300ST harmonics or H300SH and H300THC generator modules. See harmonics generator selection guide for more detailed information.
5) With H300SH and H400FHC harmonic generator modules. See harmonics generator selection guide for more detailed information.
6) Averaged from pulses, emitted during 30 sec time interval.
7) Measured over 8 hours period after 20 min warm-up when ambient temperature variation is less than ± 2 °C.
8) FWHM.
9) Near ield (at the output aperture) TOP HAT it is >80%.
10) Full angle measured at the 1/e2 level.
11) Beam pointing stability is evaluated as movement of the beam centroid in the focal plane of a focusing element.
12) Average of X- and Y-plane full angle divergence values measured at the 1/e² level at 1064 nm.
13) With respect to SYNC OUT pulse.
14) With respect to QSW IN pulse.
15) Adequate room air nditioning should be provided.
Tab 3
Harmonic generators

Nanosecond Q-switched lasers enable simple and cost effective laser wavelength conversion to shorter wavelengths through harmonics generation. EKSPLA offers a broad selection of wavelength conversion accessories for NL230 series lasers. The purpose of this guide is to help configure available harmonic generator and attenuator modules for NL230 series lasers for optimal performance.

The harmonics module uses a modular design that allows reconfiguration of laser output for the appropriate experiment wavelength.

A typical module houses a non-linear crystal together with a set of dichroic mirrors for separating the harmonic beam from the fundamental wavelength. Nonlinear crystals used for the purpose of wavelength conversion are kept at an elevated temperature in a thermo-stabilized oven. Two or more modules can be joined together for higher harmonics generation: attaching one extra module to a second harmonic generator allows for the generation of 3rd or 4 th harmonic wavelengths.

It should be noted that only modules with a single output port can be joined together: it is possible to attach a H300S module to a H300SH unit for 532 nm beam separation, or a H300FHC module for 4th harmonics generation (see detailed description below). Modules with two output ports (e.g., H300SHC) cannot be attached to extra units.

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Attenuators

NL230 series lasers offer several options for changing output pulse energy. The easiest option is to change the timing of the Q-switch opening relative to the flashlamp pump pulse. This option is a standard feature for all NL230 series lasers. A change in Q-switch timing, however, changes other laser pulse parameters along with the pulse energy. A decrease in pulse energy results in longer pulse duration, decreased pulse-to-pulse-stability, and possible changes in the spatial beam profile. For applications that require smooth adjustment of output pulse energy while keeping other parameters stable, EKSPLA offers H300Ax series attenuator modules.

 

Selecting the right module

The following are suggested optimal configurations of H300 series modules for various output wavelengths:

1. For 2nd harmonics output only: the H300SHC module.

2. For 2nd and 3rd harmonics:
a) H300SH+H300S+H300THC – for SH and TH output as specified in the NL230 series brochure.
b) H300STH+H300ST – a cost-effective solution not requiring the replacement of modules when changing from a 532 nm to 355 nm beam and vice versa. The 532 nm beam specification will, however, be 15% lower relative to the values in the NL230 series brochure due to extra components in the beam path.

3. For 2nd and 4th harmonics: H300SH+H300S+H300FHC modules.

4. For all harmonics including 4th:
a) H300STH+H300ST+H300FHC – a cost-effective solution. The 266 nm and 532 nm beam specifications will be 15% lower relative to the values in the NL230 series brochure.
b) H300SH+H300S+H300THC+H300FHC – a slightly more expensive solution with output values adhering to those in the NL230 series brochure.

5. For attenuators for all wavelengths up to the 4th harmonic: H300SH+H300A2+H300TH+H300A3+H300A4 modules.

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NL230 series nanosecond Q-switched DPSS Nd:YAG lasers
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NL230 series nanosecond Q-switched DPSS Nd:YAG laser OEM version
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NL230 series nanosecond laser typical far field beam profile
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NL231 model nanosecond DPSS laser typical near field beam profile
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NL230 series nanosecond DPSS laser pulse waveform
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Drawing of NL230 series nanosecond laser head
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