Tricolor. Multi-Channel Femtosecond Solid-State Laser

The Tricolor multi-channel femtosecond system has three inherently synchronized output channels with low relative jitter <1 fs.
Pulse duration (FWHM) <200 fs at 1050 nm
<100 fs at 800 nm
<200 fs at 525 nm
Output wavelengths 1050+/-5 nm (fixed)
800+/-10 nm (fixed*)
525+/-2 nm (fixed)
Average output power, 
1050 nm only
>6 W
Average output power,
1050 and 525 nm simultaneously
>1.2 W at 1050 nm
>3 W at 525 nm
Average output power,
1050, 800 and 525 nm simultaneously
>1.2 W at 1050 nm
>300 mW at 800 nm
>300 mW at 525 nm
Pulse repetition rate 70 +/- 5 MHz (fixed)
Spatial mode TEMoo

* - tunable upon request.

The Tricolor hybrid femtosecond laser has three output channels with different wavelengths. All channels are inherently synchronized to each other allowing for easy pump-probe and other experiments where precise temporal delay setting or pulse overlapping is a must. Generation of other wavelengths via sum frequency generation is also possible and optional layout may be supplied upon request.

This solid-state laser system incorporates a Ti:S oscillator unit that may offer tunable output wavelength for even greater versatility.

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