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1. LASERS
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(1) Single-wavelength CW laser
          471 nm                        532 nm                        589 nm                        671 nm
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Vendor: CNI
Power: 200 mW
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(2) Tunable-wavelength CW laser
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Vendor: M Squared Sostics 4000
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(3) 532-nm nanosecond pulsed laser
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Vendor: Spectra-Physics
Maximum power: 40 W
Pulse duration: 3-50 ns
Repetition rate: 10 kHz – 1 MHz

(4) 559-nm nanosecond pulsed laser
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Vendor: Tomowave
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(5) Dye laser
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Vendor: Spectra-Physics
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2. CAMERAS


(1) Scientific CMOS camera
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Vendor: Andor
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(2) Electron-multiplying CCD camera
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Vendor: NuVu 1024
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(3) High-speed-interface CCD camera (x2)
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Vendor: Optronics CP70-1HS-M-1900
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(4) High-speed color camera
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Vendor: PCO
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3. MICROSCOPE


(1) Upright microscope
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Vendor: Olympus BX51W
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4. MODULATORS


(1) .7″ Digital micromirror device (x3)
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Model No: DLi D4100 and ViALUX V-7000
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(2) .45″ Digital micromirror device (x4)
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Vendor: Ajile Light Industries
Max. refreshing rate: 6600 fps
On-board memory: 1 GB (7000 frames)

(3) Electro-optic modulator

(4) Acoustic-optic modulator
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Vendor: Gooch & Housego
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5. ELECTRONICS


(1) Delay generator
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Vendor: Stanford Research Systems
Part No.: DG645 (x2) and DG 355
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