Pulled from university laser lab. It was last known to be working. Manufactured in 2008, seems to be one of the newest variants of this version. This is a serious laser for serious science!
Wavelength appears to be set in the Multi-line UV spectrum from 333.6-363.8nm. Other wavelengths in the visible spectrum appear possible? I'm unable to power it on though, as it requires 3 phase 208V (120v - 208 is across the phases I believe) and requires 21kW of power to operate.
It requires water cooling of 3 GPM. Manual states that tap water can be used, and this comes with garden hose adapters. Overall the condition of the laser seems to be in very good shape. Interior of power supply and laser head is clean, with minimal dust. Rear glass reflective element is clean with no visible dust or scratches.Item is located in Reno, Nevada.