product announcement

MKS 提高了Spectra-Physics Explorer One HP 激光器的功率

World’s Smallest >6 W UV Actively Q-Switched Lasers Ideal for Industrial Manufacturing

Andover, MA – June 24, 2019 – MKS Instruments, Inc. (NASDAQ: MKSI) introduces its Spectra-Physics® Explorer® One™ HP
355-6, the highest power UV model of the highly successful Explorer One line of ultra-compact actively Q-switched lasers. Providing >6 W UV power with repetition rates from single shot up to 500 kHz, the new laser features dynamic pulse energy and power control for precision micromachining in consumer electronics applications, including OLED display and mobile device manufacturing. With outstanding beam characteristics and stability, Explorer One HP 355-6 delivers high throughput, high contrast marking-on-the-fly results for medical device and consumer packaging industries.

“Explorer One HP 355-6 expands on the industry leadership of Spectra-Physics UV lasers to a new power level in the world’s smallest actively Q-switched UV laser,” said Dave Allen, senior vice president and general manager for Spectra-Physics lasers. “The new ultra-compact laser offers excellent performance, advanced controls and high reliability – the ideal combination for industrial manufacturing applications.”

Explorer One HP 355-6 outputs >6 W UV power with a pulse duration of <12 ns.  The new model is equipped with a suite of highly differentiated software features for precision micromachining and marking.  Its unique E-Track™ capability provides a closed-loop dynamic, automated pulse energy and power control.  The E-Pulse™ feature provides constant pulse energy independent of the applied repetition rate, and its embedded control algorithm enables position synchronized output (PSO) compatibility. 

Explorer One HP 355-6 is an “It’s in the Box™” laser, incorporating electronics and laser cavity into a single lightweight package for fast and straight forward product integration into production line tools and instruments.  Based on the proven Explorer One platform, the laser is designed for demanding 24/7 applications in harsh operating conditions.

Spectra-Physics’ Explorer One HP 355-6 laser will be featured at Laser World of Photonics, Munich, Germany, June 24-27, 2019. Please visit MKS at booth A2.209 for a demonstration. For more information, please see www.spectra-physics.com/explorer-one.

About MKS

MKS Instruments, Inc.(NASDAQ: MKSI) is a global provider of instruments, subsystems and process control solutions that measure, control, power, monitor and analyze critical parameters of advanced manufacturing processes to improve process performance and productivity. Our products are derived from our core competencies in pressure measurement and control, materials delivery, gas composition analysis, control and information technology, power and reactive gas generation, vacuum technology, photonics, optics, lasers and motion control. Our primary served markets are manufacturers of capital equipment for electronic thin film, process manufacturing, environmental monitoring and life sciences, as well as government and research.

About the Spectra-Physics Brand

The Spectra-Physics brand comprises breakthrough laser technologies that transform the way businesses operate and people live. From the manufacturing floor to the operating room to the research laboratory, Spectra-Physics has blazed a trail of discovery and success in lasers that continues to advance every day. Spectra-Physics is singularly focused on helping customers use precision laser technologies to advance leading-edge science and propel industries forward. We do so by offering groundbreaking technologies, deep applications expertise, disruptive cost-performance, a commitment to world-class customer experience, and the highest standards for operational excellence and continuous global improvement.

Company Contact

Herman Chui
Sr. Director of Product Marketing
Spectra-Physics
Tel: +1 408-980-6996
Email: herman.chui@spectra-physics.com

Helen Chan
Marketing Communications Manager
Tel: +1 408-980-5883
Email: helen.chan@spectra-physics.com