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taccor

  • Company: Novanta Photonics, Precision Medicine & Manufacturing
  • Type: Solid-State
  • Max. Power: 1.8W
  • Classification (IEC): Class 4
  • Wavelength: 710nm - 910nm
  • Wavelength - Tunable?: Yes
  • Operating Mode: Pulsed
  • Output Power: > 1000 mW - >1800 mW
  • Beam Diameter: 0.7 ± 0.3 mm - 0.8 ± 0.3 mm
  • Beam Divergence: 2 ± 0.5 mrad - < 10 mrad
  • Pulse Duration: < 30 fs, <50 fs, < 80 fs
  • Repetition Rate: 1 GHz, 10 GHz

The taccor is a unique turn-key femtosecond laser with a 1 GHz or 10 GHz repetition rate that delivers up to 1.8 W of average power in pulses that can be <30 fs. Tunability is offered between 740 nm and 930 nm. Its innovative design combines a compact hermetically sealed, vibration-resistant laser head that incorporates the Ti:Sapphire oscillator and pump laser, with a full-feature control unit. The control unit provides intelligent control that monitors laser performance and carries out diagnostics analysis. The result is a highly stable and reproducible product with a long lifetime and
low cost of ownership. There are four versions of the taccor: The taccor one offers a selectable (fixed) wavelength; the taccor power is optimized to produce the highest power; the taccor tune offers the flexibility of a tunable wavelength using a touch screen or control software and the taccor x10 operating at a 10 times higher repetition rate.
taccor

Novanta Photonics, Precision Medicine & Manufacturing
125 Middlesex Turnpike
Bedford, MA 01730
United States
Phone: +1 781-266-5700
Toll-free: +1 800-342-3757
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