Flashlamp-pumped Nd:YAG ns-laser
NASOR laser series all feature a efficient single Nd:YAG rod oscillator design, and Gaussian Mirror coupled flat top output. Compact and rugged resonator structure both contributor to NASOR lasers’ long term high performance and reliability.
Features
*  200-800mJ at 1064nm/ Harmonics from 532nm to 266nm
*  10-30Hz repetition rate/ 7-9ns pulse duration
*  Incorporate Gaussian Mirror to provide outstanding Top hat spatial profile
Applications
*  Material processing
*  Laser spetroscopy
*  OPO, Ti: Sapphire, dye laser pumping
*  Remote sensing
*  Biological investigations
Beam characteristics
Version
NASOR-200
NASOR-400
NASOR-600
NASOR-800
Repetition Rate1(Hz)
10-30Hz
Energy(mJ)
 
1064nm
200
400
600
800
532nm
100
200
300
400
355nm
30
60
90
150
266nm
20
40
60
80
Energy Stability RMS(%)
 
1064nm
0.7%
532nm
1.2%
355nm
1.7%
266nm
2.8%
Power Drift2(%)
 
1064nm
3%
532nm
5%
355nm
8%
266nm
10%
Pulsewidth FWHM3(ns)
7-9ns @1064nm
Divergence4(mrad)
<0.6mrad
Beam Pointing Stability5(μrad)
±50μrad
Timing Jitter RMS6(ns)
<0.5ns
Beam Diameter(mm)
~6
~7
~8
~9
Beam Spatial Profile
Top hat
Near Field Fit to Gaussian(<1m)
70%
Far Field Fit to Gaussian(∞)
95%
Polarization
linear
Linewidth(cm-1
 
Standard
1
Injection Seeded SLM7
0.005
General characteristics
AC Input
220 VAC ±5% 50-60Hz
Power Consumption
<1.8kW(typical 800mJ at 10Hz)
Operating Conditions
Temperature 10-30℃  Humidity <60%
NOTES
1. All specifications at 1064nm and 10Hz repetition rate unless otherwise noted.
2. Average in 8 hours with room temperature variation δT<3℃.
3 .Full width at half maximum.
4. Full angle for 86.5% of energy.
5. Maximum deviation from beam mean centroid.
6. With respect to external trigger.
7. Injection seeded version reduces energy by 10%.