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  • TA Pro Narrowband Diode Laser
May 2011
TOPTICA Photonics Inc.Request Info
VICTOR, N.Y., May 24, 2011 — Toptica Photonics Inc.’s TA pro narrowband diode laser system delivers output of up to 2 W and is robust enough for use in challenging atom optics applications.

The tunable continuous-wave laser features a linewidth (5 µs) of 100 kHz and a mode-hop-free tuning range of up to 50 GHz. It operates from 645 to 1083 nm.

The patented master oscillator power amplifier system’s master oscillator is a diffraction-limited pro laser with a tapered amplifier that increases the signal to high output powers while maintaining good spectral properties.

It is designed with flexure joints, specially developed mirror mounts and a solid laser head created from a single metal block to render it robust with respect to vibrations and environmental changes.

With its narrow linewidth, the system is a good cooling laser for Bose-Einstein condensates and ultracold Fermi gases. Because of its high output power, it also is suited for optical dipole traps and optical lattices.

Features include a nearly diffraction limited output beam, low drift, and fast AC and DC current modulation for the master laser and amplifier.


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atom optics
The area of optics in which the wave nature of a particle is exploited to carry out very accurate interferometry and other optical techniques with atoms instead of photons. In this process, particles are cooled via laser cooling to a temperature at which the energy is reduced, such that the particle reaches the size of its de Broglie wavelength.  At this point one can then observe the wave nature of the particle by observing its fringes, and thus carry out photon-based experiments and...
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