DPSS 660nm Red Laser 1W for Laser Induced Plasmon Resonance



660nm DPSS Red Diode Laser Max Output Power 1W-2W for Laser Induced Plasmon Resonance

Stable and adjustable output power
Over-temperature and over-current protection
External modulation available
Suitable for scientific research, laser precision measuring, laser show applications, etc

Wavelength (nm): 660nm+-5

Output Power (mW): 1000~2000

Working Mode: CW

Beam Mode: Quasi TE00

Spectral Linewidth (nm): <1.5

Polarization: Line polarization

Polarization Ratio: >50:1

Beam Quality (M2 factor): <1.0

Beam Divergence (full angle, mrad):Square, ~6.0-6.0

Beam Diameter at Aperture (mm): 3.0-4.0

Power Stability (RMS, over 8 hours): <5%

Aperture Position (mm): 45

Laser Head: Dimensions (L-W-H, mm)205 x 60 x 60;Net Weight (kg)0.8;

Integrated Driver Model: VD-I Series / VD-II Series

External Modulation: 5V TTL / 5V Analogue

Modulating Frequence: 30KHz TTL / 10KHz Analogue

Cooling System: TEC

Warm-up Time (minutes): <15

Operation Temperature: 18~30

Expected Lifetime (hours): >10000

Warranty Time: 1 year

Surface plasmon resonance (SPR) is the collective oscillation of conduction band electrons that are in resonance with the oscillating electric field of incident light, which will produce energetic plasmonic electrons through non-radiative excitation.

Surface plasmon resonance (SPR) binding analysis methodology is used to study molecular interactions. SPR is an optical technique for detecting the interaction of two different molecules in which one is mobile and one is fixed on a thin gold film