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d-scan Single Shot
Sphere Ultrafast Photonics, S. A.
The d-scan single shot is a compact system for measuring ultrafast laser pulses with spectrum supporting 10-70 fs and at repetition rates ranging from sub-Hz to hundreds of kHz or MHz. Coupling the laser beam into the d-scan single shot is easily achieved in a couple of minutes, and a full measurement (including retrieval) usually ...
  • Device Type: d-scan
  • Measurable Pulse Width: 10 - 70 fs
  • Wavelength Range: 650 - 1050 nm
  • Input Polarization: Horizontal
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APE PulseCheck The Modular Autocorrelator
A·P·E-Applied Physics & Electronics, Inc.
It is good to have plenty of options at hand. Suitable for the characterization of virtually any ultrafast pulsed laser, the pulseCheck autocorrelator from APE covers the broadest possible range of wavelengths and pulse widths. This flexibility is achieved by using exchangeable Optics Sets, typically consisting of a nonlinear crystal ...
  • Device Type: Autocorrelator
  • Measurable Pulse Width: 10 - 400 fs
  • Wavelength Range: 200 - 12000 nm
  • Input Polarization: Horizontal, Vertical
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APE Spider IR 1 μm Central Wavelength
A·P·E-Applied Physics & Electronics, Inc.
The Spider IR is a precision tool optimized for the complete spectral and temporal characterization of laser pulses in the infrared. Based on the patented Spider* technology, it extends the existing range of APE Spider models to cover longer pulses, between 30 and 500 fs, at a central wavelength of around 1 μm. It also supports ...
  • Device Type: SPIDER
  • Measurable Pulse Width: 30 - 500 fs
  • Wavelength Range: 970 - 1070 nm
  • Input Polarization: Horizontal
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APE FC Spider VIS
A·P·E-Applied Physics & Electronics, Inc.
The FC Spider (Few Cycle Spider) by APE provides spectral and temporal characterization of ultrashort laser pulses down to below 5 fs. It covers both the red and near infrared range, and visible wavelength region with the FC Spider VIS. This high-precision tool is ideal for aligning and monitoring the performance of broadband ...
  • Device Type: SPIDER
  • Measurable Pulse Width: 10 - 150 fs
  • Wavelength Range: 450 - 900 nm
  • Input Polarization: Horizontal
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APE FC Spider NIR
A·P·E-Applied Physics & Electronics, Inc.
The FC Spider (Few Cycle Spider) by APE provides spectral and temporal characterization of ultrashort laser pulses down to below 5 fs. It covers both the red and near infrared range, and visible wavelength region with the FC Spider VIS. This high-precision tool is ideal for aligning and monitoring the performance of broadband ...
  • Device Type: SPIDER
  • Measurable Pulse Width: 5 - 200 fs
  • Wavelength Range: 550 - 1050 nm
  • Input Polarization: Horizontal
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APE Compact LX Spider
A·P·E-Applied Physics & Electronics, Inc.
The Compact LX Spider by APE is a portable, compact and robust instrument for spectral and temporal characterization of femtosecond laser pulses. It is the ideal candidate for Ti:Sa laser applications and other ultrashort pulse oscillators or amplifiers in the wavelength range 750 – 900 nm. Two interchangeable Optics Sets are ...
  • Device Type: SPIDER
  • Measurable Pulse Width: 16 - 300 fs
  • Wavelength Range: 750 - 900 nm
  • Input Polarization: Any
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APE Second Harmonic Generation FROG
A·P·E-Applied Physics & Electronics, Inc.
Second Harmonic Generation FROG is the most popular spectrometer-less Frequency Resolved Optical Gating method. The pulseCheck autocorrelators by APE optionally integrate FROG, giving access to complete pulse characterization. The addition of a special nonlinear crystal module and dedicated software opens the door to complete ...
  • Device Type: FROG
  • Measurable Pulse Width: 200 - 6000 fs
  • Wavelength Range: 420 - 1600 nm
  • Input Polarization: Any
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APE Mini TPA Compact And Tuning-free Autocorrelator
A·P·E-Applied Physics & Electronics, Inc.
The Mini TPA by APE is the perfect combination of tuning-free autocorrelation measurement, compact size and high sensitivity.  Conventionally, autocorrelators used to split an optical pulse into two replicas and recombine them for the Second Harmonic Generation (SHG) in a nonlinear crystal. The APE Mini TPA instead benefits from ...
  • Device Type: Autocorrelator
  • Measurable Pulse Width: 50 - 30 fs
  • Wavelength Range: 340 - 3200 nm
  • Input Polarization: Vertical, Horizontal
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APE Mini PD Autocorrelator For Routine Tasks
A·P·E-Applied Physics & Electronics, Inc.
The Mini PD is available in a selection of models, each of which covers a different wavelength range, and is ideal for routine tasks where a change in Optics Sets is not necessary.  With its compact footprint of only 160 x 220 x 155 mm, the Mini PD is perfect for working environments where space is limited. When it is needed ...
  • Device Type: Autocorrelator
  • Measurable Pulse Width: 50 - 10 fs
  • Wavelength Range: 420 - 1800 nm
  • Input Polarization: Vertical, Horizontal
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APE Carpe Microscopy Autocorrelator
A·P·E-Applied Physics & Electronics, Inc.
APE\'s Carpe is a handy option for reviewing the management of short laser pulses in an optical microscope system. The Carpe autocorrelator measures the pulse duration at both the sample location and the input of the microscope. A comparison of the pulse widths obtained at these two spots enables you to calculate the pulse ...
  • Device Type: Autocorrelator
  • Measurable Pulse Width: 50 - 30 fs
  • Wavelength Range: 700 - 1100 nm
  • Input Polarization: Horizontal
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The IQFROG measures pulse intensity and phase in both spectral and temporal domains, yielding a complete pulse characterization. With its long delay arm and high resolution spectrometer, it measures chirped pulses up to 50 ps wide, or up to 10 ps wide if transform limited. Making it a perfect fit for C-band femtosecond ...
  • Device Type: FROG
  • Measurable Pulse Width: 300 - 10,000 fs
  • Wavelength Range: 1520 - 1610 nm
  • Input Polarization: Any
  • Temporal Resolution: 15  fs
  • ...
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As a FROG device, GRENOUILLE yields the pulse intensity and phase vs. time and spectrum and spectral phase with great accuracy and reliability, requiring no assumptions about the pulse. It measures the actual pulse, not the coherent artifact. In addition,  GRENOUILLE also measures the beam spatial profile. What’s more, ...
  • Device Type: FROG
  • Measurable Pulse Width: 4 - 500 fs
  • Wavelength Range: 700 - 1100 nm
  • Input Polarization: Any
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d-scan
Sphere Ultrafast Photonics, S. A.
d-scan is an inline, compact and high-performance device for the simultaneous measurement and compression of even the most demanding ultrafast pulses. d-scan can be used either as a standalone system or integrated with existing optical pulse compressors. It handles broadband oscillators, amplifiers, OPAs and hollow-fiber ...
  • Device Type: d-scan
  • Measurable Pulse Width: 3 - 20 fs
  • Wavelength Range: 450 - 1200 nm
  • Input Polarization: Horizontal
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The IQFROG measures pulse intensity and phase in both spectral and temporal domains, yielding a complete pulse characterization. With its long delay arm and high resolution spectrometer, it measures chirped pulses up to 50 ps wide, or up to 7.5 ps wide if transform limited. Making it a perfect fit for seed laser pulses ...
  • Device Type: FROG
  • Measurable Pulse Width: 300 - 10,000 fs
  • Wavelength Range: 1000 - 1610 nm
  • Input Polarization: Any
  • Input Pulse Spectral FWHM: 0.2 - 15  nm
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The new third-order cross-correlator specifically developed for measuring a wide array of output parameters from ultrafast laser system including: contrast ratio of laser pulses, determining pulse pedestal, pre-, post-pulses, and amplified spontaneous emission in femtosecond systems. It also provides information about the third-order ...
  • Device Type: Autocorrelator
  • Measurable Pulse Width: 20 - 1000 fs
  • Wavelength Range: 700 - 1500 nm
  • Input Polarization: Horizontal
  • Temporal Range: 950 ps 
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How  good  is  the  output  from  your  femtosecond laser? The  new  third-order  cross-correlator  was specifically  developed  for  measuring  a  wide  array of output parameters from ultrafast laser systems including: contrast ...
  • Device Type: Autocorrelator
  • Measurable Pulse Width: 20 - 20000 fs
  • Wavelength Range: 800 - 1250 nm
  • Input Polarization: Horizontal
  • Input Pulse Repetition Rate: < 3 kHz 
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The Reef-RTD real-time autocorrelator offers smooth and fast measurement of femtosecond and picosecond pulse duration. Different models of the autocorrelator cover several wavelength ranges, with the Reef-RTDM model combining the ranges by using 3 interchangeable photodetectors and optics. Two separate ranges can also be covered upon ...
  • Device Type: Autocorrelator
  • Measurable Pulse Width: 10 - 6000 fs
  • Wavelength Range: 1300 - 2000 nm
  • Input Polarization: Horizontal, Vertical
  • PC Connection: USB 
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TiPA single shot autocorrelator by Light Conversion. TiPA is an invaluable tool for alignment of ultrashort pulse laser systems based on the chirped pulse amplification technique. Its unique design allows monitoring and measuring of the pulse duration as well as the pulse front tilt in both vertical andhorizontal planes. TiPA is a ...
  • Device Type: Autocorrelator
  • Measurable Pulse Width: 30 - 1000 fs
  • Wavelength Range: 500 - 2000 nm
  • Input Polarization: Any
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GECO scanning autocorrelator by Light Conversion. Operation of autocorrelator is based on noncollinear second harmonic generation in a nonlinear crystal, producing an intensity autocorrelation trace directly related to the input beam pulse duration. 
  • Device Type: Autocorrelator
  • Measurable Pulse Width: 10 - 10000 fs
  • Wavelength Range: 500 - 2000 nm
  • Input Polarization: Any
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REEF scanning autocorrelator by Del Mar Photonics. The Reef-RTD real-time autocorrelator offers smooth and fast measurement of femtosecond and picosecond pulse duration. Different models of the autocorrelator cover several wavelength ranges, with the Reef-RTDM model combining the ranges by using 3 interchangeable photodetectors and ...
  • Device Type: Autocorrelator
  • Measurable Pulse Width: 10 - 6000 fs
  • Wavelength Range: 450 - 2000 nm
  • Input Polarization: Vertical, Horizontal
  • Input Repetition Rate: 8 kHz
  • ...
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Did You know?

Laser pulses are some of the shortest events ever created. For some time, it was possible to create ultrafast laser pulses, but not to measure them. Today, powerful tools exist to collect much more accurate information on characteristics such as pulse duration, shape and form, as well as noise level of pulse waves. Laser pulse diagnostic systems, including Spider, FROG and Autocorrelator, are commonly used to characterize the output of ultrafast lasers. These systems help to determine the quality of the output, leading to highly sophisticated semiconductors, electrical circuitry, and even biomedical products.