EFO. Femtosecond Er-doped Fiber Lasers
|Wavelength (fixed)||1560±10 nm|
|Repetition rate (fixed)||65±5 or 80±5 MHz (100±5 MHz upon request)|
|Pulse duration* (fixed)||<80 fs||<120 fs||<100 fs||<100 fs||<300** fs|
|Average output power||>10 mW||>100 mW||>260 mW
||>440 mW||>2** W|
|Output type||collimated free-space, TEMoo
(fiber-coupled output upon request, output pulse energy limited to 1.2 nJ)
|Long-term power stability (8 h, at equal ambient temp.)||<0.5% rms||<1% rms|
|RF sync output||SMA connector (200-300 mV @ 50 ohm load)|
|Mode-lock status||SMA connector (3.5/0 V) and LED|
|Service optical output||FC/APC (~1 mW)|
|Laser head dimensions||180x210x50(70) mm||180x210x70(90) mm||180x210x70(90) mm||380x250x120 mm|
|Power supply unit dimensions||230x200x85 mm||230x200x130 mm||230x200x130 mm||470x385x155 mm|
|* - 50 fs to 5 ps customization upon request for certain power ratings, please enquire;
** - <100 fs, 2.5 W upon request; up to 5 W upon request.
Fiber-based femtosecond lasers offer robust and stable operation without the need for constant realignment. The low cost and stability of fiber-based femtosecond lasers mean that even beginner research labs can have a femtosecond pulse source without the need for expensive or complicated equipment. This brings ultrafast research into the realm of undergraduate and other educational environments. With pulse lengths of 100 fs at 1550 nm fiber femtosecond lasers can also be used as seed sources for femtosecond fiber amplifiers. The 1550 nm wavelength of Er-doped fiber lasers also makes them an attractive tool for ultrahigh-speed optical communications applications.
The second harmonic version EFOA-SH with wavelength 780 nm is also available.
- splitting of power output into two or more fiber/free-space synchronous simultaneous outputs.
- Biological Imaging
- Time-Resolved Ultrafast Studies
- Conversion of Laser Radiation
- Laser Systems Design, Integration and Amplification
- Telecom and Semiconductor Studies
- Metrology and Standards
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