Stanford's NL100 nitrogen laser is a compact and highly economical laser with pulsed UV output at a wavelength of 337nm.
The NL100 is ideal for fluorescence measurements, MALDI-TOF mass spectrometers and other experiments requiring pulsed UV light. It provides 3.5ns pulses at 337nm, with repetition rates up to 20Hz. The pulsed energy is 170uJ, which results in a peak power of 45kW and an average power of 3mW.
The NL100 can be triggered internally or externally at rates up to 20Hz. It can also provide a sync output pulse (optional) derived from the laser pulse for experiments or systems where sub-nanosecond accuracy is critical.
No mirror alignment is ever necessary, as the laser optics are mounted on the plasma tube and aligned at the factory.
- 337nm wavelength
- 170uJ pulse energy
- Internal or external triggering to 20Hz
- No mirror alignment necessary
- TTL level sync output pulse (optional)