EFOA-SH-UB. Multi-Output Ultrafast Fiber Laser System
|1560-nm output||Central wavelength (fixed): 1560±10 nm
Pulse width: <150 fs
Output power: >150 mW
Pulse repetition rate (fixed): 70±5 MHz
Polarization: linear, horizontal
|780-nm output (SH)||Central wavelength (fixed): 780±5 nm
Pulse width: <150 fs
Output power: >50 mW
Spectrum width: >8 nm
Polarization: linear, vertical
|Supercontinuum output||Wavelength: 1100-2000 nm
Output power: >130 mW
|Service outputs||Fiber service output: 1560 nm, FC/APC (~1 mW)
HF sync output: SMA connector
Mode-lock status: SMA connector (3.5/0 V) and LED
|Output power stability
(24 hours), @780 nm
|Power supply||110...220 VAC, 50/60 Hz|
|Operating temperature||22±5 °C|
|Laser control unit||291x202x134|
The EFOA-SH-UB laser system combines several laser sources on one platform: the EFOA femtosecond mode-locked Yb-doped fiber laser (1560 nm output), a supercontinuum generator (1100-2000 nm output) and a second harmonic generator (780 nm). Simultaneous operation with all three wavelengths is possible along with switchable outputs mode.
The system is an indispensable basic tool for research laboratories as it combines a number of laser wavelengths in pulsed mode while maintaining compact size and ease of operation. The device finds its application in various physical, biological, medical areas and other natural sciences including such applications as: material processing, multiphoton microscopy, “pump-probe” spectroscopy, parametric generation and optical frequency metrology.
Femtosecond mode-locked lasers based on Er-doped fibers may be used as a more budget-friendly alternative to Ti:S and Cr:F femtosecond lasers. Fiber lasers do not require costly pump lasers that are used in traditional Ti:S femtosecond lasers.
- Time-Resolved Ultrafast Studies
- Conversion of Laser Radiation
- Material and Biological Tissue Processing
- Metrology and Standards
Avesta is participating in Ultrafast Phenomena 2018 conference and tabletop exhibition in Hamburg, Germany (15-20 July). We would be glad to discuss any of the ongoing and future projects with the ultrafast community at our tabletop. Hope to see you soon!
Avesta’s facilities will be closed for the New Year break from 30 Dec 2017 till 08 Jan 2018. We will resume all operations on 09 Jan 2018. However, we hope to provide periodic e-mail correspondence during the holidays. We wish you a fruitful and prosperous Year 2018!