Diode-pumped ND:YAG ns-laser
TINY series provide most compact and portable diode pumped air cooled nanosecond lasers with high performance and at a very reasonable price. Diode pumping reduces size, improves lifetime, and elimates maintenance requirements.
Features
*  Air cooled compact design-no water required
*  50-120mJ at 1064nm/ Harmonics from 532nm to 266nm
*  10-30Hz repetition rate/ 6-8ns pulse duration
*  Compact and rugged resontor structure ensures long-term thermal and mechanical stability
*  Long lifetime over 1 billion shots
*  RS232 interface for remote operation
Applications
*  LIDAR
*  LIBS
*  Remote sensing
*  Ablation
*  Mass spectroscopy
Beam characteristics
Version
 TINY-50
 TINY-80
 TINY-120
Repetition Rate1(Hz)
10-30Hz
10-20Hz
10Hz
Energy(mJ)
 
1064nm
50
80
120
532nm
25
40
60
355nm
8
12
18
266nm
4
6
10
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)
6-8ns @1064nm
Divergence4(mrad)
<8mrad
Beam Pointing Stability5(μrad)
50μrad
Timing Jitter RMS6(ns)
<1ns
Beam Diameter(mm)
~5
~5
~6
Transverse Mode7
Multimode(GRM mode option)
Polarization
linear
Warm Up Time(min)
<10mins
General characteristics
AC Input
220 VAC ±5% 50-60Hz
Power Consumption
<200W(typical 80mJ 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. Represents RMS value deviation from beam mean centroid.
6. With respect to external trigger.
7. GRM resonator mode or stable multimode option. Stable version may operate over a wider range of repetition rate and higher output energy compared with GRM mode.