continuous wave laser

continuous wave laser

a laser in which energy output is constant.

con·tin·u·ous wave la·ser

(kŏn-tin'yū-ŭs wāv lā'zĕr)
A laser in which energy output is constant.
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Contract awarded for He-cd continuous wave laser with power supply
Background and Objectives: To explore the effective method to calculate vaporized tissues during endoscopic prostate surgery using a 2 micron continuous wave laser, by observing the association between vaporized canine prostate tissue weight and released laser energy in an ex-vivo study.
For acquired lesions, options include Q-switched 532-nm, fully ablative carbon dioxide resurfacing, and continuous wave laser, he said.
Transurethral dividing vaporesection for the treatment of large volume benign prostatic hyperplasia using 2 micron continuous wave laser.
According to a recently published report by TechSci Research “Global Continuous Wave Laser Diodes Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2018,” the global continuous wave based laser diodes market is expected to cross US$ 5.
200mW/cm2 is the highest level of irradiance allowed in the visible for a continuous wave laser (Maximum Permissible Exposure or MPE), because any greater power would result in excessive heat that could compromise the safety and the efficacy of the Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) treatment.
By comparison, a normal laser pointer is usually a Class III continuous wave laser, which typically maxes out around 0.
The PRM is coloured and annotated with cartographic symbols, and for classical 3D holography using a continuous wave laser it has to be stiffened for stability.
The new design also allowed them to build the smallest room-temperature, continuous wave laser to date.
The non-invasive, painless CT Laser Mammography (CTLM) uses patented continuous wave laser technology and computer algorithms to create 3-D images of the breast.
Relatively conventional treatment is given on Guassian beams, "standing wave" cavities, continuous wave laser theory, electro-optical and acousto-optical modulation, and some nonlinear optics theory.
Direct exposure of the eye, even momentary exposure through the ocular pupil, to a Class 3a continuous wave laser aiming device would appear very bright under low luminance conditions (e.

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