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Benchtop Femtosecond Laser

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Benchtop Femtosecond Fiber Laser SystemThe Mendocino Dual Wavelength 780/1550-nm Benchtop Laser System from Calmar Laser is designed for researchers in the THz radiation field.

The system features higher output power levels of up to 200 mW and dual wavelength outputs of 780 or 1550 nm. With convenient armored fiber cable beam delivery and a simple optical switch to select the required wavelength, it generates THz radiation with either GaAs or InGaAs photoconductive switches.

The laser system offers front panel controls and proprietary saturable absorber technology to deliver reproducible mode-locking at turn-on with high stability and reliability.

Photonics Spectra
Jan 2021

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