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Real shot of high power dpss lasers

11/17/2022 8:40 PM

A diode-pumped solid-state laser (DPSSL) is a solid-state laser made by pumping a solid gain medium, for example, a ruby or a neodymium-doped YAG crystal, with a laser diode.

DPSSLs have advantages in compactness and efficiency over other types, and high power DPSSLs have replaced ion lasers and flashlamp-pumped lasers in many scientific applications, and are now appearing commonly in green and other color laser pointers.

I would like some real shots of dpss lasers, preferably with videos.Such as CivilLaser's 532nm 10W dpss laser:

If there are more videos about DPSS laser, please leave a message.

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Re: Real shot of high power dpss lasers

11/18/2022 5:57 AM

YouTube?

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Re: Real shot of high power dpss lasers

11/18/2022 3:49 PM

Maybe you could find some on Pinterest?

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Re: Real shot of high power dpss lasers

11/19/2022 12:12 AM

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