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laserscope

[′lā·zər‚skōp]
(engineering)
A pulsed high-power laser used with appropriate scanning and imaging devices to sense objects over the sea at night or in fog and provide three-dimensional images on a viewing screen.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Bums' Eliminator III LaserScope has a 1,200-yard capability.
StenAIR Laserscope can be used to treat this ailment and significantly reduce surgical cost, hospital stays and patient recovery.
His prior medical and laser experience includes management and director level roles at Laserscope, Inc., Cooper Laseronics, Inc.
Green Light PVP system and Star Pulse quasi continous wave laser (Laserscope, San Jose, California) with a l=532 nm wavelength, which radiates green light, was used for laser vapourisation in KTP 120W laser.
Laser-rangefinding scopes have been around since Swarovski introduced the first in the 1990s, but Burris' later Laserscope was an improvement both in price and function, since it proved tougher--but it was still only a laser rangefinder inside the scope.
Amongst the scopes equipped with an integrated LRF the 4-12x42 Eliminator LaserScope developed by Burris is one of very few to provide automatic correction of the aiming point according to the measured distance and the ballistics of the chosen round.
Burris is offering a $100 rebate on purchases of its Eliminator LaserScope through Dec.
Laser vaporization was performed with an 80-W KTP laser (532-nm wavelength) using the GreenLight PVP System [quasicontinuous wave laser (Laserscope, San Jose, CA, USA)].
The 4-12x42mm Eliminator LaserScope features an integrated 800 yard rangefinder coupled with a very simple, yet very accurate, method of customizing the trajectory compensation capability to virtually any cartridge.
The Laserscope UFF 100 is a diagnostic tool for measuring and monitoring of laser systems with high performance for the material processing.