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Picosecond Pulsed Seed Laser KINOS

  • Company: Ampliconyx Oy
  • Type: Fiber
  • Max. Power: 30mW
  • Wavelength: 1062nm - 1066nm
  • Operating Mode: Pulsed
  • Max. Pulse Rate: 10MHz
  • Max. Pulse Energy: 30nJ
  • Pulse Length: 50ps
  • TEM: 00
  • Active Laser Medium: Ytterbium
  • Applications: Biomedical/Medical, Industrial, Information Processing, Metrology, Military, Remote Sensing, Scientific Research, Spectroscopy
  • Spectral FWHM: 0.1 - 0.3 nm
  • Polarization extinction ratio: ≥ 18 dB
  • Output isolation: ≥ 22dB
  • Power consumption: ≤ 15W
  • Beam quality M2: 1.1
  • Laser output: FC/APC(PM 980 fiber)

The Kinos is a versatile picosecond OEM fiber laser at 1064 nm comprising a gain-switched distributed feedback (DFB) laser diode and an efficient fiber amplifier in a single package. Optimized for operation around 1 MHz repetition rate, it is ideally suited as a seed laser for industrial applications where high pulse energy is desired. The DFB seed’s narrow linewidth also makes Kinos excellent for sensing applications and efficient nonlinear frequency conversion. The diode-based seed together with polarization-maintaining design guarantee maintenance-free long-term operation.

The Kinos is rated for operation between 0.5-10 MHz repetition frequencies. Other repetition frequencies are accessible by using external triggering. There are two models with different pulse durations available, both with > 500 W peak power at 1 MHz. Control interface USB and RS232 via GUI or command library. The passively cooled, extremely compact < 1.2 liter housing allows the cost-efficient Kinos to be easily integrated into larger optical systems.
Picosecond Pulsed Seed Laser KINOS

Ampliconyx Oy
Lautakatonkatu 18
33580 Tampere
Finland
Phone: +358 40 7054772
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