SLM 532 Laser Ideal for HSLR
The 532-nm single frequency emission of the SLM 532 laser from Xiton Photonics is the well suited choice for High Spectral Resolution LiDAR (HSLR), based on iodine-absorption filters. This special LiDAR method enables the detailed quantification of molecular backscattering of aerosols in the atmosphere. It can be a valued building block for improved weather and climate models.
Features of the SLM 532 laser include:
- Wavelength: 532 nm
- Spectral bandwidth: < 60 MHz
- Average power: 4 W
- Pulse duration: 10–15 ns
- Energy per pulse: 400 µJ
- Repetition rate: 1–15 kHz
- Beam quality: M² < 1.2
- Coherence length: 2.5 m
- Pulse-to-pulse stability: σ < 1.0 %
About Xiton Photonics
Xiton Photonics GmbH has been developing and manufacturing high quality, diode-pumped, solid-state (DPSS) laser sources for more than 15 years. Their core expertise lies in nonlinear optical conversion, which enables the engineering of high-power laser systems for almost any desired wavelength in a range from 185 nm in the deep-UV to 5 µm in the mid-infrared or even further in the far infrared. Their lasers provide high reliability, excellent beam profile, high average output power, and high stability. Due to these outstanding properties, their laser sources are used by leading manufacturers, operating 24/7 in production lines across the globe.
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