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Picosecond Laser

BioPhotonics
Mar 2010
Attodyne Inc.Request Info
 
Attodyne’s APL-500-1064 and APL-4000-1064 air-cooled, picosecond lasers can be pulsed on demand from 0 to 500 kH. The compact fiber-based diode-pumped solid-state (DPSS) devices combine the advantages of robust fiber laser technology with the high energies of DPSS free-space amplifiers. They incorporate a nontraditional cavity that is not susceptible to misalignment or in need of frequent maintenance. Custom versions are available in wavelengths from 1047 to 6000 nm. Applications include corneal sculpting; cardiology; urology; precision cancer, endovascular, robotic, arthroscopic, plastic and maxillofacial surgery; dentistry; and cosmetic dermatology.


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GLOSSARY
amplifier
A device that enlarges and strengthens a signal's output without significantly distorting its original waveshape. There are amplifiers for acoustical, optical and electronic signals.
cavity
In a laser, the optical resonator formed by two coaxial mirrors, one totally and one partially reflective, positioned so that laser oscillations occur.
fiber laser
A laser in which the lasing medium is an optical fiber doped with low levels of rare-earth halides to make it capable of amplifying light. Output is tunable over a broad range and can be broadband. Laser diodes can be used for pumping because of the fiber laser's low threshold power, eliminating the need for cooling.
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