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Single-box, femtosecond ti:sapphire lasers
Mar 2007
KMLabs (Kapteyn-Murnane Laboratories Inc.)Request Info
Single-box, 12-15fs ti:sapphire lasers – Reaching >30nJ. KMLabs’ Griffin-C and Cascade-C modelocked and cavity-dumped femtosecond, ti:sapphire lasers are now more turnkey, user-friendly, and professionally-packaged that ever before. Along with the internally integrated 5W pump laser, these lasers now also include an internally integrated spectrometer and power monitor, and newly improved motorization of the spectral and temporal control. Both of these single-box systems are 83cm wide x 41cm deep x 14cm high. Spanning 1kHz to 90MHz, 4nJ to >30nJ, and 12fs to 45fs these sources have applications in spectroscopy, microscopy, terahertz, OCT, harmonic generation, and more. Our compact, user-friendly and economical lasers offer flexibility with simplicity. Griffin-C: • 12fs to 45fs – user-adjustable in real time. • 750 to 840nm center wavelength – user-adjustable in real time. • Up to 6nJ per pulse. • 80MHz to 95MHz repetition rates available. • Includes a divide-down TTL synchronized output with divide-by integers between 1 to 31. Cascade-C: • 15fs to 20fs. • 40kHz, 80kHz, 200kHz, 400kHz, 800kHz, 2MHz, cavity dumped operation. or 80.5MHz modelocked operation – user-selectable in real time. (Dumping rates down to 1kHz are available upon request.) • Centered at 780nm to 800nm. • >30nJ per pulse when cavity dumped or >3nJ in modelocked operation.


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