L0- Laboratory Safety Review L0

L0- Laboratory Safety Review L0 - quite easily broken....

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Laboratory Safety Review Laser High Voltages Piezo Scanner Precautions
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Laser Safety Information This system is designed to be used with a class II diode laser with an output of up to 1 mW of visible radiation at 670 nm. DO NOT stare directly into the laser beam. WARNING Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous light exposure. Furthermore, the use of optical instruments with this product may increase eye hazard.
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High Voltages High voltages are present in the instrument. Never open the boxes for servicing or adjustments before disconnecting the AC line cords.
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Piezo Scanner Precautions Piezo scanners are very FRAGILE pieces of equipment. The piezo material that does the scanning is a ceramic and is consequently
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Unformatted text preview: quite easily broken. Dropping a piezo scanner will result in damage to the scanner that can only be repaired by completely replacing the scanner piezo core. This can be an expensive and time-consuming process and so it is advised that the utmost care is used when handling the scanners. Agilent Technologies, Inc. recommends that the scanners be stored in the padded scanner case that was supplied with the scanner and that the scanner be kept in a dry environment when not in use. Piezo scanners also perform better with consistent use. If a scanner is not used for some time it may require a short period of use before the scan range is stable and the calibration is correct. It may also be necessary to recalibrate the scanner from time to time....
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