High Power QCW Green Fiber Lasers
Green fiber lasers offer unprecedented single-mode power in compact and efficient package
IPG Photonics GLPN-100 and GLPN-500green fiber lasers provide maximum average power of 500 W in a perfectly single-mode output beam. The GLPN green fiber lasers take advantage of the high repetition rate quasi continuous wave (QCW) operation mode to allow for a high-efficiency super compact optical head that does not require any cooling. The lasers are offered as either highly cost-effective compact OEM modules or end user friendly 19” rack-mounted consoles. The optical head is connected to a highly-efficient and reliable fiber amplifier, selfpioneered by IPG. The module or rack unit can be air- or water-cooled, depending on customer requirements. The result is a rugged, industrial-grade, high-power green fiber laser with unmatched performance and remarkable wall-plug efficiency.
- Wavelength 532 nm
- Output Power up to 500 W
- Linear Polarization >100:1
- Pulse Duration 1.2 - 1.5 ns
- Quasi-CW Repetition Rate 25 - 150 MHz
- Excellent Beam Quality
- Air or Water Cooled
- OEM Module Package or End-user Rack Unit
- Compact Rugged Design
- Low Cost
GLPN-100 and GLPN -500 QCW single-mode green fiber lasers find use in a variety of applications from materials processing, scientific and advanced applications to entertainment and projection. They also open pathway to kilowatt-class multi-mode green lasers as well as high power solid-state UV lasers.
- Welding and Cutting of Highly-reflective Metals
- Solar Cell Manufacturing
- Semiconductor Wafer Annealing
- Laser Shows
- Laser Projectors
- Scientific and Advance Applications
This technology is used in high power RGB laser light sources such as 3P/6P Laser Luminaire light source designed by IPG for state-of-the-art cinema, theme park and other entertainment markets.
On Dec 5 2016, Disney transformedthe iconic Spaceship Earth globe at Epcot into the Death Star. Imagineers used lasers and other special effects as part of a promotion for the new movie, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. IPG’s GLPN-100 fiber green laser was used for this event.