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Modular Femtosecond Fiber Laser

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Modular Femtosecond Fiber LaserThe ELMO 780 high-power, compact, modular femtosecond fiber laser from Menlo Systems GmbH is designed for flexible and cost-efficient OEM integration.

The device doubles the optical output power of the company’s 780-nm femtosecond lasers with handheld frequency doubling module to
>140 mW. Up to 2-nJ pulse energy and well below 100-fs pulse
width guarantee best performance.

The modular design of the ELMO 780, a comprising oscillator, amplifier and second harmonic generation subunits enable versatile system configuration. No additional laser driver units are necessary. The laser is ideally suited for applications in terahertz generation and multiphoton excitation.

Winter 2017

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