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Pulsed Laser Wavelength Meters

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Pulsed Laser Wavelength MeterThe 871 Series Pulsed Laser Wavelength Meter from Bristol Instruments Inc. features an unsurpassed measurement rate of 1 kHz and a wavelength accuracy of 0.75 parts per million.

The meter uses a unique Fizeau etalon design to measure laser wavelength of both pulsed and continuous wave lasers. This performance is guaranteed by automatically calibrating with a built-in wavelength standard. The system is available for operation from 375 to 1700 nm. Pre-aligned fiber-optic input ensures optimum alignment, resulting in uncompromised accuracy. Automatic pulse detection triggers data collection for asynchronous operation.

An integrated proportional-integral-derivative controller benefits researchers who need active regulation of their laser’s frequency.

Photonics Spectra
Sep 2017

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