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Lasing Medium
   Lasing Medium       
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   Argon       A gas laser capable of delivering several watts of laser energy in the blue-green region of the visible spectrum. It requires high-power input and a very high discharge current. The visible lines at which argon will lase are: 454.6 nm; 457.9 nm; 465.8 nm; 476.5 nm; 488.0 nm; 496.5 nm; 501.7 nm; 514.5 nm; 528.7 nm. 
   Argon / Krypton       Mixtures of argon and krypton are sometimes referred to as "white light" lasers because of the coverage over the visible spectrum the combination of the two elements produces. 
   Krypton       A gas laser capable of delivering several watts of laser energy in the visible spectrum. It requires high-power input and a very high discharge current. The visible lines at which krypton will lase are: 406.7 nm; 413.1 nm; 415.4 nm; 468.0 nm; 476.2 nm; 482.5 nm; 520.8 nm; 530.9 nm; 568.2 nm; 647.1 nm; 676.4 nm. 
   Other       Any other  lasing material not listed. 
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Laser Output
   Wavelength Range       The wavelength(s) the laser produces. 
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   Laser Power       Laser power is measured in watts (W) and indicates the strength of a laser beam. A watt is one joule of energy per second. 
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   Multi-Line Output       The laser output consists of two or more coherent wavelengths. 
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Features
   Features       
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   Array       Laser arrays contain multiple lasers.  
   Fiber Pigtailed       Lasers have an optical-fiber pigtail that is aligned and attached precisely for optimum coupling efficiency. 
   Internal Power Supply       The power supply is built into laser's housing. 
   Polarized Output       The laser output is polarized. 
   Thermoelectric Cooling       For better performance, the laser uses a thermoelectric cooler, a solid-state device which converts current into a temperature difference between two junctions. These thermoelectric junctions can be connected in series or in parallel to increase their overall temperature drop or power. 
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Laser Geometry
   Length       The length of the laser. 
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   Width       The width of the laser. 
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   Height       The height of the laser. 
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   Laser Weight       The weight of the laser and power supply. 
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Beam Specification
   Beam Area       Beam area refers to the area of the beam when exiting the laser. 
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   Beam Divergence       Beam divergence refers to the change in beam diameter as a function of distance from the laser. 
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CDRH Classification The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH), a part of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), has a laser safety classification scheme.
           
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   Class I       Class I lasers are not hazardous for continuous viewing, or are designed to prevent human access to laser radiation. Class I lasers include both low-power lasers and embedded, high-powered lasers. Applications include laser printers.  
   Class II       Class II lasers emit visible light which, because of the normal human aversion response, does not normally present a hazard. If viewed directly for extended periods of time, however, Class II lasers can cause eye injuries. 
   Class IIa       Class IIa lasers emit visible light that is not intended for viewing, and that under normal operating conditions will not injure the eye if viewed for less than 1000 seconds. Barcode scanners use Class IIa lasers.  
   Class IIIa       Class IIIa lasers will not normally injure the eye if viewed momentarily, but present a hazard if viewed using collecting optics. 
   Class IIIb       Class IIIb lasers present an eye and skin hazard if viewed directly. This includes both intrabeam viewing and specular reflections. Class IIIb lasers do not produce a hazardous diffuse reflection except when viewed at close proximity. 
   Class IV       Class IV lasers present an eye hazard from direct, specular and diffuse reflections. In addition, they may pose a fire hazard and burn skin. 
   Other       Other unlisted CDRH classifications. 
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