The MNL 100 from LTB Lasertechnik Berlin is a Nitrogen-based UV Laser that operates at a wavelength of 337.1 nm. It provides pulsed output power of up to 5 kW with pulse energy of over 155 μJ and has energy stability of better than 2 %. This laser has a spectral bandwidth of 0.1 nm and a repetition rate of up to 60 Hz. It requires a warm time of less than 20 s and produces a beam with stability better than 25 μm. It can be controlled via RS-232, DLL, and bus protocol serial interfaces.
The MNL 100 can operate in an automatic mode without the use of a PC and does not need an external gas supply either. It has an integrated energy monitor, a continuous attenuator module, a laser controller that makes a large number of settings and adaptation to different applications possible. The trigger management option monitors all trigger inputs and outputs. This laser has patented innovations like a sealed cartridge in metal-ceramic technology and a directly switching solid-state power switch that provides a long lifetime, low energy decay, and high precision.
The MNL 100 requires a DC supply of 24 V and consumes less than 1.6 A of current. It is available in a module that measures 321 x 95 x 95 mm and is ideal for LIF spectroscopy, MALDI-TOF MS, Ion trap MS, UV microscope, micro LIPS, pumping of dye lasers applications, and OEM laser source applications.