Impedance-Matched Amplification-Tuned (iMAT) technology, which uses a complex dual cavity design that significantly increases 2nd harmonic conversion efficiency, produces an inherently diffraction limited output, and provides natural frequency selective performance, is patented for Intra-cavity by Klastech DPSS lasers.
What does DL stand for?
DL stands for Diffraction Limited
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The single mode output fiber delivers a near diffraction limited beam that is consistent and stable across the whole power range.
Some years ago it was tested by Mr Philip Pendred of Huddersfield who reported that it has a very fine figure with a wavefront accuracy of around 1/20 wave, and thus should deliver an excellent diffraction limited performance.
40rms at 408nm and diffraction limited from 405nm to 412nm.
One striking benefit for the customers is the diffraction limited, high resolution imaging optic working at the lithographic relevant 193nm wavelength.
The system Key component of PROVE[TM] is the diffraction limited, high resolution imaging optics operating at 193 nm - corresponding to at-wavelength metrology for the majority of current and futures photomask applications.
The SDL-7630 is the world's most powerful diffraction limited visible semiconductor laser, exceeding its rivals by more than a factor of 10 in continuous wave output power.
Using all diode pumping and a multi-stage and multi-pass amplification scheme, pulse energies up to 250 mJ and repetition rates up to 300 Hz can be simultaneously achieved while delivering better than 2x diffraction limited performance in a sub-nanosecond pulse.