TID -1064

Laser by Areté Associates

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The TID -1064 from Areté Associates is a compact diode-pumped solid-state laser that delivers a pulse energy of up to 80 mJ with a repetition rate of up to 100 Hz. The innovative resonator design laser provides short duration pulses at 1064nm. Measuring 7.3 x 7.3 x 4 inches, including power supply and electronics, this laser is designed for space-constrained environments. The laser can withstand airborne vibration and temperature variations. It is ideal for Short Wave Infrared Imaging (SWIR) and other laser radar applications.

 Product Specifications

    Product Details

    • Part Number :
      TID -1064
    • Manufacturer :
      Areté Associates
    • Description :
      DPSS Laser for Radar and Infrared Imaging Applications

    General Parameters

    • Configuration :
      Laser Head with Control Unit (Separate)
    • Type :
      Laser Module
    • Technology :
      DPSS Laser
    • Operation Mode :
      Pulsed Laser
    • Ultrafast Laser :
      Nanosecond Lasers
    • Wavelength :
      1064 nm
    • Tunable :
      No
    • Fiber Coupled :
      No
    • Laser Color :
      Infrared
    • Power :
      4 to 5 W
    • Pulse Energy :
      50 to 80 mJ
    • Pulse Width :
      3 ns
    • Application :
      Spectroscopy, Laser Ionization Breakdown, LIDAR/LADAR, 3D Laser Radar, Range Finding
    • Repetition Rate :
      50 to 100 Hz
    • Application Industry :
      Radar, Spectroscopy
    • Beam Quality Factor (M2) :
      <5, <10
    • Bandwidth :
      2.5 ns
    • Package :
      Benchtop
    • Interface :
      RS-232, TLT
    • Voltage :
      24 to 36 VDC

    Physical Properties

    • Dimension :
      7.3“ × 7.3"× 4"
    • Weight :
      7 lbs
    • Beam Diameter :
      4 mm

    Environmental Conditions

    • Cooling Method :
      Conduction
    • Storage Temperature :
      -40 to 80 Degree C

    Technical Documents

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