SOPRANO mini Femtosecond Laser For Semiconductor-Detector Testing
SOPRANO mini – the latest femtosecond laser of Cycle GmbH – is the ideal solution for various applications. With a tailored wavelength output around 1310 nm and pulse duration between 20fs and 300fs, it is particularly suitable for specific applications in semiconductor and detector testing. For example, OBIC imaging is one application it is used.
Since it has a second output at 1700 nm and the center wavelengths of the both outputs of the SOPRANO mini can be customized (or can even be tunable), other applications and multi-modal imaging techniques may also benefit from this state-of-the art dual wavelength ultrafast laser.
The fiber laser SOPRANO mini is designed to survive harsh industrial as well as scientific environments and to deliver reliable 24/7 operation. It was developed in close cooperation with biomedical and industrial experts to provide a unique light source with the best features of complex laser systems at an affordable price.
- Wavelength: 1300-1700 nm
- Repetition Rate: 1-30 MHz
- Output Power: 0.001-0.05 W
- Pulse Duration: 100 fs
Semiconductor Testing (e.g. OBIC)
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