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Femtosecond Fiber Laser

Photonics.com
Jan 2015
Menlo Systems GmbHRequest Info
 
MARTINSRIED, Germany, Jan. 22, 2015 — Menlo Systems OrangeThe Orange ytterbirum femtosecond fiber laser from Menlo Systems GmbH provides average powers up to 10 W and pulse energies up to 200 nJ with typical pulse durations of 130 fs and a center wavelength of 1040 nm.

Mode quality, stability and reliable long-term performance make it suited for pumping optical parametric oscillators and amplifiers for use in multiphoton microscopy, two-photon polymerization and time-resolved spectroscopy.

An optional second harmonic generation (SHG) stage and repetition-rate synchronization capability enable low-jitter performance.


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