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CO2 Lasers

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  CO2 LASERS

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Ceramic Core CO2 Lasers


These new CO2  laser series combine  the exceptional performance of a monolithic ceramic resonator with  the latest RF design into a single integrated package. The results are compact, efficient, and powerful lasers with fast pulsing and great optical characteristics.





Applications


Ceramic Core Concept


Most competitive CO2 laser designs to date are based on the original R&D approach developed at several different aerospace companies since the 1970s.  This old approach involves extruding or machining aluminum bodies to contain the optical and electrical components inside the laser gas envelope.  These designs are convenient for R&D work, but not ideal for building lasers that are reliable.  The leading reliability issue with Metal lasers is that the metal is highly reactive with the gas mixture.  Over time, as internal components wear on each other, fresh aluminum is exposed and free oxygen in the gas reacts with this raw metal changing the composition of the original gas mixture.  In addition, many of these designs use O-ring seals that can allow air and moisture to enter the enclosure and further compromise the all-important gas mixture.


Ceramic technology solves these problems by moving all the reactive components to the outside of the vacuum enclosure leaving only pure clean Alumina (Al2O3) ceramic in contact with reactive gasses.  Alumina, will not react with the gas.  Alumina can also be fired at very high temperatures as part of the cleaning process.  This further assures there are no organic contaminants (dust, oils and other environmental contaminants) remaining to react with the gas.  The ceramic laser tube is also the optical frame that holds the resonator optics.  The CTE (coefficient of thermal expansion) of alumina is 1/3 the CTE  of aluminum. Since laser cavity thermal variations have a direct impact on laser stability, Iradion’s Ceramic-based lasers have significantly better stability performance when compared with metal-based CO2 lasers. Ceramic also enables gas mixtures of comparatively high pressure to be used.  High pressure mixes provide faster rise and fall speed as well as much better power stability.

30 to 40 Watt : Z Series CO2 Lasers

The smallest RF driven 30 and 40 Watt lasers

30 to 40 Watt : Z Series CO2 Lasers


Features

  • The smallest RF driven 30 and 40 Watt lasers
  • Patented Family of CO2 Lasers
  • Monolithic ceramic resonator design
  • Using the latest RF technology
  • Single integrated package
  • Providing
  • Compact Source
  • Long Operational Lifetime
  • Ultra efficient
  • Fast  pulsing
  • Great optical quality


 

Iradion Lasers - Brochure
Overview of Ceramic's use in CO2 Lasers Interfacing Optical Systems with CO2 Lasers Overview of Superpulsed CO2 Lasers Acrylic for Observing Beam Characteristics DC Power Supplies for RF-Sealed CO2 Lasers CO2 Laser Video

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