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FLINT - fs Laser

  Sub‑80 fs without any additional pulse compressor

  125 nJ maximum pulse energy

  10 W output power

  76 MHz is standard

  Attach #1 : Datasheet  

 

 

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FLINT

The FLINT oscillator is based on Yb:KGW crystal end-pumping by high brightness laser diode module. Generation of femtosecond pulses is provided by Kerr lens mode-locking, once started, modelocking remains stable over a long period of time and is immune to minor mechanical impact. The oscillator can be equipped with external electrooptical Pulse Picker and appropriate timing electronics allowing selection of a single pulse at repetition rates up to 100 kHz. Piezo-actuator can be implemented in customized oscillators in order to control the cavity length. FLINT oscillator can also be equipped with Carrier Envelope Phase (CEP) stabilization system.

LOCKING OF THE OPTICAL PULSE TO AN EXTERNAL SIGNAL

Pharos oscillator can be equipped with piezo actuators for precise control of the cavity length.

CARRIER ENVELOPE PHASE (CEP) STABILIZATION

Pharos oscillator can be equipped with nonlinear interfero­meter and feedback loop throughout the pump current of the laser diode bar for CEP stabilization. The figure on the right shows typical measurement of power spectrum density and integrated CEP phase error. The integrated phase error is in the frequency range from 50 Hz to 10 MHz is <70 mrad (in loop measurement).



FEATURES

  • Sub‑80 fs without any additional pulse compressor
  • 125 nJ maximum pulse energy
  • 10 W output power
  • 76 MHz is standard
  • Seeding Yb/Nd based ultrashort pulse laser amplifiers
  • THz generation
  • Two‑photon polymerization
  • Non‑linear microscopy
  • Seeding CEP stabilized laser sources
  • Pumping of femtosecond OPA




 

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