The NL941 Series from EKSPLA are DPSS Nanosecond Lasers that operate at 532 nm and 1064 nm. They have an output pulse energy of up to 1.7 J at 1064 nm and up to 0.9 J at 532 nm. These lasers have a repetition rate of 100 Hz and a pulse duration of 50 ns. They have a linewidth of less than 1 cm-1, beam divergence of under 0.5 mrad, and beam pointing stability of ± 50 µrad. At the start of the system, there's a single-mode CW laser whose light is amplified with a fiber amplifier, later the AWG driven modulator transmits the required temporal shape and duration pulse which is amplified in a diode-pumped regenerative amplifier to reach energy level sufficient to amplify in single-pass / double-pass diode-pumped amplifiers. These lasers feature an integrated power supply unit that measures 550 x 600 x 500 mm along with a cooling unit. Diode pumping enables generating bursts of pulses with up to 20 kHz frequency in burst mode. These lasers require an AC supply voltage of 208/240/380/400 V and consume up to 9.4 kW of power. They have a laser head of 1000 x 2000 x 400 mm and 1000 x 2000 x 1800 mm and is ideal for plasma research applications.