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The Indylit 20 is the highest average power and most efficient passively air-cooled femtosecond laser on the market. If you need a reliable femtosecond laser that is maintenance-free, turn-key, and has exquisite optical parameters – look no further! The laser features an innovative and patented passive cooling design, ensuring ...

Specifications

Center Wavelength: 1030 nm
Repetition Rate: 100-1000kHz
Pulse Energy: > 0.13 mJ
Energy Stability (RMS): < 1 %
Pulse Duration: < 400 fs
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The Indylit 20 is the highest average power and most efficient passively air-cooled femtosecond laser on the market. If you need a reliable femtosecond laser that is maintenance-free, turn-key, and has exquisite optical parameters – look no further! The laser features an innovative and patented passive cooling design, ensuring ...

Specifications

Center Wavelength: 515 nm
Repetition Rate: 100-1000kHz
Pulse Energy: > 0.07 mJ
Energy Stability (RMS): < 2 %
Pulse Duration: < 400 fs
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The gecco Femtosecond Laser by Novanta is a fully equipped, compact laser system designed for a range of laser-based applications, boasting an average power of over 1 W and offering pulse durations of less than 15 fs or 20 fs. Engineered for simplicity and seamless integration, the gecco features a vibration-resistant laser head with ...

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Mode Locked Power (avg.): 600 mW
Pulse Duration: 20 fs
Bandwidth (FWHM): 40 nm
Repetition Rate: 70-110MHz
Pulse Energy: 7.5 nJ
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Novanta's Venteon Series Novanta specializes in photonics solutions, crafting cutting-edge components and subsystems for laser-based applications in diagnostic, analytical, micromachining, and fine material processing fields. The Venteon series, comprising multiple models, epitomizes precision and performance tailored to meet ...

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Mode Locked Power (avg.): 220 - 560 mW
Pulse Duration: 5 - 7.5 fs
Bandwidth (FWHM): 200 - 380 nm
Repetition Rate: 80-80MHz
Pulse Energy: 2.75 - 7 nJ
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Novanta ASOPS Engine Novanta specializes in photonics solutions, offering cutting-edge components and sub-systems tailored for laser-based applications in diagnostic, analytical, micromachining, and fine material processing fields. Our powerful lasers, advanced beam steering, and intelligent sub-systems, coupled with sophisticated ...

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Rep Rate: 84-1000MHz
Time Resolution: 60 - 100 fs model dependent
Time Delay Window: 1 - 11.9 ns model dependent
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The Blueback Spider sets a new standard in real-time ultrashort laser pulse characterization, offering precise measurements crucial for ultrafast oscillators and amplifiers. Engineered with meticulous attention to detail, it provides high-resolution data, empowering users across industries, scientific research, and medical fields ...

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Device Type: SPIDER
Measurable Pulse Width: 80-4000fs
Wavelength Range: 1010-1060nm
Input Polarization: Vertical
Repetition Rate: 1-200000 kHz
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The Harmony Optical Parametric Amplifier is a sophisticated solution for converting ultrafast pulses emitted by Ytterbium-based lasers into broadly tunable pulses spanning an extensive wavelength range from 210 to over 10,000 nm. Engineered with precision and compactness in mind, Harmony features an integrated mini spectrometer and ...

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Widest Tuning Range: 630-2600nm
Signal Polarization: Not Applicable
Core Tuning Range: 630-900nm
Peak Efficiency (S+I): >9 %
Idler Polarization: Not Applicable
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The NeoVan™ Ultra-Compact Diode Laser Module represents a breakthrough in laser technology, offering unparalleled performance in an incredibly compact form factor. Engineered with precision and reliability in mind, this diode laser module is ideal for a wide range of demanding applications where stability, precision, and beam ...

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Center Wavelength: 1064 nm
Repetition Rate: -----kHz
Pulse Energy: 5 mJ
Energy Stability (RMS): <1 %
Pulse Duration: -- fs
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The neoYb Amplifier Module represents a cutting-edge solution in solid-state laser technology, designed to significantly boost pulse energy or average output power across a wide range of laser applications. With its innovative design and advanced features, this amplifier module offers exceptional performance, reliability, and ...

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Center Wavelength: 1030 nm
Repetition Rate: -----kHz
Pulse Energy: up to 0.5 mJ
Energy Stability (RMS): -- %
Pulse Duration: 700 fs
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The neoMOS Picosecond Laser series offers a compact and powerful solution for industrial laser applications. Combining state-of-the-art picosecond laser diode technology with a solid-state amplifier, this laser system provides customized combinations with different output powers and flexible repetition rates. The ultra-compact laser ...

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Center Wavelength: 1064 nm
Repetition Rate: 0.001-80000kHz
Pulse Energy: 0.25 mJ
Energy Stability (RMS): <1 %
Pulse Duration: 70000 fs
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This is an ultracompact ultrafast amplifier/booster from Skynet Lasers. SkyAMP - 1030 nm - LP integrates Skynet Lasers\' proprietary SkyAmp engine rendering an ultracompact footprint that will be an ideal choice as a standalone system or an additional staging booster in a larger setup. This miniature ...

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Center Wavelength: 1030 nm
Repetition Rate: 0-80000kHz
Pulse Energy: 1 mJ
Energy Stability (RMS): 1 %
Pulse Duration: >500 fs
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The neoMOS Picosecond Laser series offers a compact and powerful solution for industrial laser applications. Combining state-of-the-art picosecond oscillators with a solid-state amplifier, this laser system provides high stability and long lifetime for 24/7 industrial use. With a ultra-compact laser head design and customizable ...

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Center Wavelength: 1064 nm
Repetition Rate: 0.001-40000kHz
Pulse Energy: 0.25 mJ
Energy Stability (RMS): <1 %
Pulse Duration: <10000 fs
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The neoMOS Femtosecond Laser series offers a compact laser head design with highly flexible and scalable features. With an output power of over 50 W, pulse duration less than 700 fs, and pulse energy exceeding 500 µJ, this laser system provides reliability and low maintenance. It combines femtosecond laser oscillators with a ...

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Center Wavelength: 1064 nm
Repetition Rate: 0.001-1000kHz
Pulse Energy: 0.5 mJ
Energy Stability (RMS): <1 %
Pulse Duration: 700 fs
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Indylit 10 is high energy air-cooled laser suitable for a variety of ultrafast applications. The laser head features an entirely passively-cooled design (patent pending), ensuring high stability of the optical parameters such as pulse duration, beam pointing and power. Its mechanical construction can withstand almost ...

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Center Wavelength: 1030 nm
Repetition Rate: 100-1600kHz
Pulse Energy: > 0.1 mJ
Energy Stability (RMS): < 1 %
Pulse Duration: < 400 fs
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Indylit 10 is high energy air-cooled laser suitable for a variety of ultrafast applications. The laser head features an entirely passively-cooled design (patent pending), ensuring high stability of the optical parameters such as pulse duration, beam pointing and power. Its mechanical construction can withstand almost everything you ...

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Center Wavelength: 515 nm
Repetition Rate: 100-1600kHz
Pulse Energy: > 0.05 mJ
Energy Stability (RMS): < 2% %
Pulse Duration: N/A fs
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Neolit seeders are novel sources of ultrashort laser pulses, free of consumable components like SESAM, which makes them exceptionally long-lasting. The all-fiber design ensures high environmental stability against vibrations and thermal fluctuations. The integration is very simple because of a compact single box, passively-cooled ...

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Mode Locked Power (avg.): 1 - 50 mW
Pulse Duration: 1 - 10 fs
Bandwidth (FWHM): 4 - 70 nm
Repetition Rate: 15-40MHz
Pulse Energy: 3 nJ
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The PT403 series laser systems integrate a picosecond 1 kHz repetition rate DPSS pump laser and optical parametric generator into a single housing, providing a wide tunable wavelength range from 210 to 2300 nm. This all-in-one-box solution offers motorized hands-free tuning, high pulse energy, and narrow linewidth for various ...

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Widest Tuning Range: 210-2300nm
Signal Polarization: Vertical, Horizontal
Core Tuning Range: 410-709nm
Peak Efficiency (S+I): - %
Idler Polarization: Vertical, Horizontal
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The Scanning SFG Spectrometer is an advanced system designed for the characterization of vibrational bonds of molecules at surfaces or interfaces. It utilizes Sum Frequency Generation (SFG) Vibrational Spectroscopy, a powerful and versatile method for in-situ investigation of surfaces and interfaces. The SFG-VS experiment involves ...

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Rep Rate: -MHz
Spectral Range: 5882.35 to 2325.58 nm
Spectral Resolution: High
Surface Specificity: Intrinsically surface specific
Polarization Sensitivity: Yes (Polarization-dependent SFG spectra analysis)
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The PL2230 series is a family of high-performance Diode Pumped Solid-State (DPSS) picosecond Nd:YAG lasers, designed to deliver exceptional pulse energies and precise pulse durations in the picosecond range. These mode-locked lasers are ideal for various applications in time-resolved fluorescence, spectroscopy, laser-induced ...

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Center Wavelength: 1064 nm
Repetition Rate: 0.05-0.1kHz
Pulse Energy: 3-40 mJ
Energy Stability (RMS): 0.5 %
Pulse Duration: 28000 fs
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The PGx01 series is a high energy broadly tunable picosecond Optical Parametric Amplifier (OPA) designed to offer ultra-broad tuning capabilities from 193 to 16,000 nm. With its high peak power (>50 MW), this OPA is ideal for various non-linear spectroscopy applications. It boasts a narrow linewidth of <6 cm⁻¹ (for UV ...

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Widest Tuning Range: 193-16000nm
Signal Polarization: Vertical, Horizontal
Core Tuning Range: 420-4500nm
Peak Efficiency (S+I): - %
Idler Polarization: Vertical, Horizontal
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SHBC is a second harmonic bandwidth compressor designed for generating narrow-bandwidth picosecond pulses from the broad-bandwidth output of PHAROS and CARBIDE femtosecond lasers. It enables the creation of versatile optical setups using fixed-wavelength or tunable narrow-bandwidth picosecond pulses in combination with ...

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Output Wavelength: nm
Conversion Ratio: %
Output Pulse Bandwidth: cm^-1
Pulse Duration: 2-4 ps
Pump Pulse Energy: 4 mJ
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A powerful industrial laser offering up to 30 W output power at 1030 nm at 1 MHz and above 160 µJ at 100 kHz. Pulses are shorter than 800 fs.

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Center Wavelength: 1030 nm
Repetition Rate: 100-1000kHz
Pulse Energy: 0.160 mJ
Energy Stability (RMS): 2 %
Pulse Duration: 800 fs
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The HarmoniXX Series laser frequency conversion devices are specifically designed for ultrafast lasers, including Ti:Sapphire lasers, oscillators, and OPOs. These devices enable second, third, and fourth harmonic generation (SHG, THG, and FHG) and cover a wide range of wavelengths, extending from visible and near infrared to as low ...

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Input Wavelength Range: 420-2000nm
Output SHG Wavelength: 210-1000nm
Output Fundamental: Not Available
Pulse Duration: fs, ps
Output Fundamental Frequency Light: Allowed
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The HarmoniXX FHG is a cutting-edge frequency conversion device designed to enhance ultrashort pulse lasers. With its advanced technology, it can increase the laser frequency by 2 times while maintaining exceptional precision. This device offers fourth harmonic generation (FHG) capabilities, producing a frequency four times higher ...

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Input Wavelength Range: 840-920nm
Output SHG Wavelength: 1-1nm
Output Fundamental: Not Available
Pulse Duration: fs, ps
FHG Output: Low to 210nm
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The HarmoniXX DFG is a powerful laser frequency conversion device designed by Voyawave. It is specifically developed to extend the wavelength range of the APE product series to the mid-infrared range. This versatile device is ideal for synchronously pumping the signal and idler light of OPO (Optical Parametric Oscillator) systems and ...

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Input Wavelength Range: 500-2250nm
Output SHG Wavelength: 1-1nm
Output Fundamental: Not Available
Pulse Duration: fs, ps
Pulse Width: < 100~300 fs
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Frequently Asked Questions

Ultrafast lasers are lasers that produce extremely short pulses of light, typically on the order of picoseconds or femtoseconds. These lasers are used in a variety of applications, including material processing, biomedical research, and spectroscopy.

Ultrafast lasers can process materials with very high precision and minimal heat-affected zones, which can result in better surface quality and fewer defects. Additionally, the short pulse durations of ultrafast lasers can help to minimize thermal damage to the surrounding material.

Both mode-locked and Q-switched lasers produce short pulses of light, but they use different mechanisms to achieve this. Mode-locked lasers use a device called a mode-locker to produce a train of very short pulses, while Q-switched lasers use a fast shutter or other mechanism to block the laser output until the desired pulse energy has built up.

The output power of ultrafast lasers can range from a few milliwatts to several watts, depending on the specific laser design and application. Higher output powers may be required for material processing applications, while lower powers are typically sufficient for spectroscopy or biomedical research.

Yes, ultrafast lasers can be used for a variety of imaging techniques, including multiphoton microscopy and optical coherence tomography. These techniques take advantage of the short pulse durations and high peak powers of ultrafast lasers to produce high-resolution images of biological tissues and other materials.

Ultrafast lasers have a wide range of applications in industries such as materials processing, biomedicine, and spectroscopy. They are used for precision cutting, drilling, and welding of materials, as well as for medical treatments such as LASIK eye surgery.

The limit on peak power for ultrafast lasers depends on the specific laser technology and the intended application. However, some ultrafast lasers are capable of producing peak powers in the range of gigawatts (10^9 watts).

The limit on energy for ultrafast lasers also depends on the specific laser technology and the intended application. However, some ultrafast lasers are capable of producing pulse energies in the range of millijoules (10^-3 joules).

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Ultrafast lasers are a type of laser that emits light pulses with extremely short durations, typically on the order of femtoseconds or picoseconds. These lasers are capable of producing high peak powers and high pulse energies, making them well-suited for a wide range of applications such as micromachining, material processing, and scientific research. The limits of pulse duration, peak power, and energy are key factors that determine the performance of ultrafast lasers. The shortest achievable pulse duration is limited by the gain bandwidth of the laser medium and the pulse shaping techniques used. For example, titanium-sapphire (Ti:sapphire) lasers can produce pulses as short as a few femtoseconds, while fiber lasers typically produce pulses in the picosecond range. The peak power of an ultrafast laser is proportional to the pulse energy and inversely proportional to the pulse duration. Therefore, shorter pulse durations result in higher peak powers. The peak power of an ultrafast laser can range from a few watts to several gigawatts depending on the pulse duration and energy. The pulse energy of an ultrafast laser is determined by the gain and loss of the laser cavity and the repetition rate of the laser pulses. The pulse energy can range from a few nanojoules to several millijoules. Higher pulse energies are typically required for applications such as micromachining and material processing.