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LMAO ...... NO that's not 200KW it's more like 0.1KW ( 100W ) and they are active fiber not CO2 above that......... could you imagine the size of the batteries you would need to power a 200KW CO2, not to mention the size of the CO2.

Active fiber is what it's all about.


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There is a CO2 obsticle remover but it's 0.1KW ( 100W )


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This is the Fiber obsticle remover and they range from 0.15 - 0.5KW ( 150 - 500W )

 
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LMAO ...... NO that's not 200KW it's more like 0.1KW ( 100W ) and they are active fiber not CO2 above that......... could you imagine the size of the batteries you would need to power a 200KW CO2, not to mention the size of the CO2.

Active fiber is what it's all about.


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There is a CO2 obsticle remover but it's 0.1KW ( 100W )


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This is the Fiber obsticle remover and they range from 0.15 - 0.5KW ( 150 - 500W )

What is the wavelength of light traveling through the fiber optic?
 
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The excellent quality output beam is 1080nm +/- 5nm but they don't list what wavelength their pump modules are if that's what you're asking, I think they are 976nm pump modules. I don't know what wavelength the seed laser is in the MOPA systems which is what I expect these are, however they don't say. Maybe 1064nm ? I found these articles.


 
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