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Ultrafast Lasers

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The FemtoFiber pro ultrafast lasers from Toptica Photonics Inc. offer hands-off operation and emit pulses at 1560 nm with a pulse width below 100 fs and an average power of >350 mW. Standard repetition rate is 80 MHz, but 40 MHz and custom frequencies also are available. The saturable absorber mirror ensures self-starting and stable mode-locking under all laboratory conditions. The all-fiber laser’s components are polarization-maintaining. The computer that is integrated into the control unit can be accessed via Ethernet, USB or RS-232. Three models are available: the 1560-nm FemtoFiber pro IR, the 780-nm second-harmonic FemtoFiber pro NIR, and the octave-spanning supercontinuum FemtoFiber pro SCIR that ranges from 980 to 2200 nm. Applications include life sciences, time-domain terahertz, ultrafast spectroscopy, metrology and optical coherence tomography.

Mar 2010

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