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Erbium-Doped Femtosecond Laser

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Erbium-Doped Femtosecond LaserThe C-Fiber 780 High Power is an erbium-doped femtosecond fiber laser from Menlo Systems GmbH with an increased output power level at 780 and 1560 nm.

The output power ratio is freely adjustable. The VARIO option for the choice of pulse repetition rate boosts the pulse energy to up to 3 nJ at 780 nm with a pulse duration down to 60 fs. With the SYNC option, the laser can be synchronized to any other chosen repetition rate signal.

The C-Fiber 780 High Power model is characterized by an outstandingly low timing jitter on the attosecond level. Simultaneously, the system is maintenance free, user installed and ready for operation at the press of a single button. Its reliability and premium output parameters make it suited for applications in multiphoton excitation, seeding of amplifiers, terahertz generation and 3D microprinting.

Photonics Spectra
Dec 2017

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