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532nm 10W DPSS Laser with Touch Screen Adjustment

532nm DPSS green laser is made features of good beam profile, ultra compact, long lifetime and easy operating, which is widely used in collimation, laser medical treatment, scientific experiment, optical instrument, laser display, etc.

In the video below is a 532nm 10W TEM00 laser. The spectral line width is 0.2nm. Its power supply with a touch screen, which can adjust parameters. And software control functions can also be customized. Let’s check it now.

The main features of this laser:
High power, the actual output is 11.89W.
Good stability, power stability is 0.733%.
Good beam quality, transverse mode is TEM00, M² factor is 1.17.


The laser test report.

Laser Test Report.pdf

532nm DPSS Laser VS 520nm Semiconductor Laser

532nm and 520nm are both common green lasers in the laboratory. The difference is that one is a diode pumped solid state(DPSS) laser and the other is a semiconductor laser.

532nm is a commonly used wavelength in dpss laser. DPSS lasers have advantages in compactness and efficiency over other types, and high power DPSS have replaced ion lasers and flashlamp-pumped lasers in many scientific applications, and are now appearing commonly in green and other color laser pointers.

532nm 10W DPSS Laser.

The choice of the semiconductor material determines the wavelength of the emitted beam, which in today’s laser diodes range from infra-red to the UV spectrum. Laser diodes are the most common type of lasers produced, with a wide range of uses that include fiber optic communications, barcode readers, laser pointers, CD/DVD/Blu-ray disc reading/recording, laser printing, laser scanning and light beam illumination. With the use of a phosphor like that found on white LEDs, Laser diodes can be used for general illumination.

520nm 12W semiconductor laser.

Custom fiber coupling is available for either 532nm dpss laser or 520nm semiconductor lasers. Please go to CivilLaser for details.