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APE PulseSelect HP-Ti:Sa Dualband
A·P·E-Applied Physics & Electronics, Inc.
The pulseSelect is an acousto-optical single pulse selector developed for the special demands of femtosecond laser technology. Pulse distortion is minimized by a low dispersive design and the use of reflective optics.  The use of an acousto-optical selection element allows for high repetition rates ...
  • Wavelength Range: 680 - 1080 nm
  • Max Laser Input Power: 5 W
  • Input Frequency Range: 70 - 85 MHz
  • Input Polarization: Horizontal, Vertical
Data Sheet
APE PulseSelect HP-Ti:Sa
A·P·E-Applied Physics & Electronics, Inc.
The pulseSelect is an acousto-optical single pulse selector developed for the special demands of femtosecond laser technology. Pulse distortion is minimized by a low dispersive design and the use of reflective optics.  The use of an acousto-optical selection element allows for high repetition rates ...
  • Wavelength Range: 680 - 1080 nm
  • Max Laser Input Power: 5 W
  • Input Frequency Range: 70 - 85 MHz
  • Input Polarization: Horizontal, Vertical
Data Sheet
APE PulseSelect Standard
A·P·E-Applied Physics & Electronics, Inc.
The pulseSelect is an acousto-optical single pulse selector developed for the special demands of femtosecond laser technology. Pulse distortion is minimized by a low dispersive design and the use of reflective optics.  The use of an acousto-optical selection element allows for high repetition rates ...
  • Wavelength Range: 500 - 1600 nm
  • Max Laser Input Power: 2 W
  • Input Frequency Range: 70 - 85 MHz
  • Input Polarization: Horizontal, Vertical
Data Sheet
APE PulseSelect Dual HP-Ti:Sa Dualband
A·P·E-Applied Physics & Electronics, Inc.
The pulseSelect Dual is a single pulse selector using two acousto-optical Bragg cells. The pulseSelect Dual comes in two variants: pulseSelect Dual (serial) This version is designed to allow for highest contrast ratio of above 6000:1 by placing two Bragg cells, both synchronized to common clock, in serial configuration ...
  • Wavelength Range: 680 - 1080 nm
  • Max Laser Input Power: 5 W
  • Input Frequency Range: 70 - 85 MHz
  • Input Polarization: Horizontal, Vertical
Data Sheet
APE PulseSelect Dual HP-Ti:Sa
A·P·E-Applied Physics & Electronics, Inc.
The pulseSelect Dual is a single pulse selector using two acousto-optical Bragg cells. The pulseSelect Dual comes in two variants: pulseSelect Dual (serial) This version is designed to allow for highest contrast ratio of above 6000:1 by placing two Bragg cells, both synchronized to common clock, in serial configuration ...
  • Wavelength Range: 680 - 1080 nm
  • Max Laser Input Power: 5 W
  • Input Frequency Range: 70 - 85 MHz
  • Input Polarization: Vertical, Horizontal
Data Sheet
APE PulseSelect Dual Standard
A·P·E-Applied Physics & Electronics, Inc.
The pulseSelect Dual is a single pulse selector using two acousto-optical Bragg cells. The pulseSelect Dual comes in two variants: pulseSelect Dual (serial) This version is designed to allow for highest contrast ratio of above 6000:1 by placing two Bragg cells, both synchronized to common clock, in ...
  • Wavelength Range: 500 - 1600 nm
  • Max Laser Input Power: 2 W
  • Input Frequency Range: 70 - 85 MHz
  • Input Polarization: Vertical, Horizontal
Data Sheet

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Laser pulse pickers are acousto-optic modulator (AOM) based devices designed to select pulses of ultrafast laser systems. Ultra-short pulses are in most cases generated by a mode-locked laser in the form of a pulse train, with a repetition rate of 10 MHz to 10 GHz. For various reasons, it is often necessary to pick certain pulses and block others. This can be achieved by using a laser pulse picker. The properties of a pulse picker can be critical based on the application, such as the switching time, maximum repetition rate, energy loss of transmitted pulses, and optical bandwidth, just to name a few.