Newport Spectra-Physics Newsletter - #31 - November 2009 - (Page 24)

Page 24 November 2009 w w w. n e w p o r t . c o m Workstation for Laser Direct-Write Processing Key Features Rapid characterization of prototype photovoltaic cells photoresponse Able to scan small (0.5 cm2) to large area cells (200 cm2) Flexibility of using lasers with different wavelengths A P P L I C A T I O N S O L U T I O N S Newport’s workstation for laser direct-writing processing is designed to be integrated with several lasers to perform both 2D and 3D micromachining in different materials. In this solution from Newport, high-end stages are stacked on top of each other in order to move the sample around a fixed laser beam. A user-friendly interface allows users to create diverse patterns on their choice of substrate. This complete solution from Newport includes a detailed list of parts that will help the researchers assemble their own application specific station. Applications Surface and bulk micromachining Two-photon Polymerization Ablation WEB See our website for more info. Please click here. Photoresponse Mapping of Photovoltaic Cells Key Features Flexible device for Laser-Direct Writing processes Easy to assemble with standard off the shelf Newport Corp. parts Easy to couple with CW, ns, and fs lasers Real-time imaging of microfabrication through bright-field transmission light microscopy User-friendly interface Newport’s Photoresponse Mapping Kit is designed to scan a photovoltaic cell up to 200 cm2 with a monochromatic beam of light and map the cell’s response to that light. Various wavelengths can be employed, thus the contribution to photo current by the cell at different depths can be probed. The kit comes with example software which displays the photoresponse map as a 3D surface and as a contour plot. Researchers developing a photovoltaic process can quickly learn important information about the uniformity of response over the surface of the cell and visualize flows Applications Photovoltaic prototyping Process control Detection of flaws, cracks, inclusions Accurate efficiency calculations WEB See our website for more info. Please click here. Family of Brands — Corion® • New Focus™ • Oriel® Instruments • Richardson Gratings™ • Spectra-Physics®

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Newport Spectra-Physics Newsletter - #31 - November 2009

Cover and Contents
- Newport Corporation Starts Direct Selling of New Focus Products in Europe
- Mai Tai® SP Short Pulse One Box Amplifier Seeder
- Spitfire® Pro XP 7 W Ultrafast Ti:Sapphire Amplifier
- TLB-7000 StableWave™ Tunable Lasers
- TA-7600 Series Tapered Amplifiers
- SCG-800-CARS Supercontinuum Generation Fiber Device
- Newport 3700 High-Power Temperature Controller
- Newport High-Power Laser Diode Control Kits
- Do You Need to Modulate Your Beam?
- High-Damage-Threshold Phase Modulators (KTP)
- New Focus Amplitude Modulators
- New Focus 981x Stability™ Top and Center Mounts
- New Focus Flipper™ 1” and 2” Optical Mounts
- Open Cage System
- Newport Broadband Metallic Mirrors
- Ultra-Broadband Dielectric Mirrors
- Ultrafast Laser Super-Broadband Turning Mirrors
- New Focus UV Excimer Mirrors
- New Focus Nd:YAG Mirrors
- S-2000-TC Stabilizer™ Isolators
- LABasix™ SA2 Series Aluminum Breadboards
- Picomotor™ Actuators
- iPico™ New Focus Intelligent Picomotor Modules
- New Focus Kinematic Stages
- Motorized Kinematic Stages
- New Focus GuideStar™ Beam Stabilization
- UMR-TRA XY Compact Motorized XY Stage
- URB100CC High-Speed Precision Rotation Stage
- HXP100-MECA Newport Hexapod
- Motion Control Capability Brochure
- 818P-500-55 500 W Fan-Cooled Thermopile Detector
- 818P-3KW-060 Water-Cooled Thermopile Detector
- 818P-001-12NIR Thermopile Sensor, 1 μW–1 Watt
- LBP-HR High Resolution CCD Laser Beam Profiler
- 80 MHz Balanced Photoreceivers
- Nirvana™ 125 kHz Auto-Balanced Photoreceivers
- LED Scribing The Illumination Revolution
- Oriel® IQE-200™ Quantum Efficiency Measurement System
- PVIV-TC-VAC Temperature Controlled Vacuum Chuck KitMémentos - LMD
- Workstation for Laser Direct-Write Processing
- Photoresponse Mapping of Photovoltaic Cells
- Raman Microspectrometer
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Newport Spectra-Physics Newsletter - #31 - November 2009