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Yachroma-Med 
Copper Vapor Laser System for Dermatological Surgery

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Yachroma-Med

Awards for Yachroma-Med 

the Gold Medal of the Vth International Exhibition ARCHIMED 2001
the Gold Medal of the Vth International Exhibition “ARCHIMED 2001”.

the Gold Sign for Quality 
the Gold Sign for Quality 

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Copper Vapor Laser Tubes

Copper Vapor Laser Tubes

Yachroma-Med 

Technical specification

  • Laser type - Copper Vapor Laser

  • Wavelength - 511(green) & 578(yellow) nm

  • Average Power on skin - more than 3 Watt

  • Pulse Width - 20 ns

  • Peak Power - up to 20 kWatt

  • Pulse repetition rate - 16 kHz

  • Beam delivery - optical fiber 0.6 mm

  • Spot size - 0.6 mm, 1 mm, 1.5 mm

  • Fluence on the skin - 10-600 J/cm2

  • Exposure time - 0.025, ....0.9 sec

  • Pause   - 0.05,...0.9 sec

  • Warming Up Time Required - 35 min 

  • Voltage - 220V/50,60 Hz 

  • Power consumption - 1.6 kW

  • Cooling - Forced air

  • Weight - 33 kg

  • Dimension - 950*430*240 mm 

  • Life time of sealed-off tube - more than 1500 h

Air-cooled, single phase system with reduced warming-up time and touch-screen operation

 

Technical info

  • Technical Data - TU 9444-004-02698766-2000

  • Certificate of Russian Federation Health Ministry No 29/01040400/0608-00

  • Certificate of Russian State System of Certification No POCC RU.MK05.B00009-4087995

  • License for production, free sales and technical support No 42/2001-0493-0325

  • Sanitarian Certificate No. 77.01.09.940.0.18414.04.9

Yachroma-Med - New model Color Touch-screen display

 

Two lasers in one! GREEN and YELLOW output!

  

The History of the Copper Vapor Laser Development

1954 
The first maser was discovered in P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute by Alexander Prokhorov and Nicolay Basov.

1964
The Nobel Prize in Physics "for fundamental work in the field of quantum electronics, which has led to the construction of oscillators and amplifiers based on the maser-laser principle" was awarded jointly to 

Charles Hard Townes from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), 

Nicolay Gennadiyevich Basov from P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute and 

Aleksandr Mikhailovich Prokhorov from P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute

Nobel prize medal, 12 kb

1972
The first self-heated copper vapor laser was designed in P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute by Anatoly Isaev, Georgy Petrash, Mihail Kazarian. 

1978
The first commercial copper vapor laser with sealed-off tube was designed by NPO "ISTOK" and P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute. 

2000 
2500 sealed-off laser tubes and about 350 Copper and Gold vapor laser systems have been produced in Russia. 

Technical parameters of up-to-date sealed - off laser tubes presented in articles Copper Vapor Laser Tubes. 

For more detailed information contact us:
E-mail: iponom@okb.lpi.troitsk.ru

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Standard accessories for Yachroma-Med:


Laser safety goggle

Handpiece
Handpiece 


Fiber coupler

fiber
Fiber SMA-905-SMA-905 , 3 m