New Compact CW Laser at 266 nm with 10 mW Output Power

CryLaS has announced the new continuous wave FQCW266-10-C DUV laser emitting 10 mW output
power at a wavelength of 266 nm. Based on a patented design of a diode pumped, frequency quadrupled
Nd:YVO4 resonator a new compact model was developed. The size and production cost of the new
model were optimized to allow simple integration in OEM systems. Compared to the other FQCW266
series models the size and weight of the new laser head were reduced by approx. 50%. At the same time,
the conversion and wall plug efficiency were boosted leading to power consumption of only 70 W.
The single frequency cw deep UV radiation emitted at 266 nm has a large coherence length of more than
1000 m, and a narrow line width of less than 300 kHz. The laser utilizes a double sealed head for high
reliability and excellent stability. The system comes as self-contained plug and play unit without the
need to tune or optimize any opto-mechanical components by the user. The laser controller can be easily
operated either by local switches or through a serial RS232 and USB interface. The laser is designed for
use in OEM applications like photoluminescence, UV Raman spectroscopy, laser induced fluorescence,
as well as metrology and optics testing.
CryLaS develops and produces passively Q-switched nanosecond pulsed lasers, as well as diode pumped
cw lasers at wavelengths ranging from 213 to 1064 nm. The products are sold worldwide through
distributors.

More information on the CW Laser FQCW266-10-C can be found here