ANN ARBOR, Mich., Jan. 23, 2012 — The Femtolite HX-150 is the latest addition to Imra America Inc.’s femtosecond fiber laser series. It emits at 1620 and 810 nm, allowing adjustment of the average power at one of these wavelengths, with up to ≥200 mW at 1620 nm or up to ≥150 mW at 810 nm, or simultaneous emission at both wavelengths. A slider bar enables continuous adjustment of the two signals’ average power. Applications include multiphoton fluorescence microscopy, second-harmonic imaging, terahertz wave generation and detection, laser lithography and ultrafast spectroscopy. With dimensions of 23 × 19.3 × 7.6 cm3 and a controller size of 30.7 × 20.7 × 13.5 cm3, the HX-150 is easy to integrate into complex systems or OEM products. Operation is simple and can be done either directly from the front panel controls or remotely via an RS-232 interface. The fiber-based design ensures that no adjustment, alignment or optical tweaking is required. Each laser goes through extensive environmental testing, and the company’s quality control guarantees dependable operation. Qualified potential customers can evaluate the laser’s suitability for their applications before purchase through the company’s product demo program.