The gem 532 from Novanta Photonics is a solid-state continuous wave laser that operates at a wavelength of 532 nm. It delivers an output power of 100 - 2000 mW and has a beam divergence of less than 0.8 mrad. This single transverse mode green laser has a spectral bandwidth of 30 GHz and a beam pointing stability up to 10 µrad/°c. It produces a beam of diameter 0.9 mm ± 0.1 mm and power stability of less than 0.8% rms. This laser has a polarization ratio above 100:1 (horizontal) and a beam quality factor M2 less than 1.1. It has a beam angle of less than 1 mrad with a coherence length of nearly 1 cm. This laser has an RMS noise of less than 0.8% and a noise bandwidth of 10 Hz - 6 MHz.
The gem 532 uses PowerLoQTM Technology for extreme power stability over long periods of use and comes with high-power single-mode and multi-mode fiber coupling solutions. It has a robust optomechanical design for prolonged longevity and minimized downtime. This laser has high wall-plug efficiency for effective thermal management and a simple plug-and-play solution to increase productivity. It is available in a compact benchtop package that measures 127.5 x 83 x 42.5 mm and is ideal for laser-based diagnostic, analytical, micromachining, and fine material processing applications.