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Carmel CFL-05RFF0 Femtosecond Laser
Jan 2013
Calmar Laser Inc.Request Info
SUNNYVALE, Calif., Jan. 28, 2013 — The Carmel CFL-05RFF0 from Calmar Laser Inc. is an all-fiber-based femtosecond laser that, at 780 nm, 500 mW of power, 10 nJ of pulse energy and <100-fs pulse width, is suited for multiphoton microscopy, biophotonics applications, materials characterization, optical metrology and terahertz radiation.

The ultracompact head, push-button start, air-cooled operation and fiber delivery facilitate integration into existing microscopes and optical setups, with the entire assembly easily wheeled into a laboratory or operating room.

It has a Gaussian beam profile, typically with M2 <1.1. Pulse-to-pulse stability of <1% rms, combined with a clean spectrum and clean pulses over an operating temperature range of 17 to 32 °C, provides good results for microscopy imaging and tissue ablation in biomedical applications.


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femtosecond laser
A type of ultrafast laser that creates a minimal amount of heat-affected zones by having a pulse duration below the picosecond level, making the technology ideal for micromachining, medical device fabrication, scientific research, eye surgery and bioimaging.
Gaussian beam
A beam of light whose electrical field amplitude distribution is Gaussian. When such a beam is circular in cross section, the amplitude is E(r) = E(0) exp [-(r/w)2], where r is the distance from beam center and w is the radius at which the amplitude is 1/e of its value on the axis; w is called the beamwidth.
terahertz radiation
Electromagnetic radiation with frequencies between 300 GHz and 10 THz, and existing between regions of the electromagnetic spectrum that are typically classified as the far-infrared and microwave regions. Because terahertz waves have the ability to penetrate some solid materials, they have the potential for applications in medicine and surveillance.
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