YFOA. Femtosecond Yb-Doped Fiber Lasers
|Pulse duration (FWHM)||<200* fs (up to 300 ps upon request)|
|Available wavelengths||1030 nm
(SHG, 1040 nm or 1053 nm upon request)
|Average output power||>50 mW||>200 mW||>2 W||>5 W||>10** W|
|Pulse energy||>0.7 nJ||>3 nJ||>30 nJ||>75 nJ||>150 nJ|
|Repetition rate (fixed)||65+/-5 MHz (internal/external AOMs upon request)|
|Spatial mode and M^2||TEM00, M^2 <1.2|
|Polarization||linear, vertical (horizontal on request)|
|Long-term power stability||<0.5% rms (8 hours at equal ambient conditions)|
|Output type||collimated free-space*|
|Cooling type||air-cooled (water-cooled on request)|
|Sync and indication||SMA electric and FC/APC optical sync outputs; TFT color display|
|Control interface||USB with PC software; optional: CAN, RS485|
|Operating conditions||15-35 °C; humidity level non-condensing|
|Optical unit, mm||110x200x70||110x200x100||350x220x120||350x220x120||350x220x120|
|Power supply unit, mm||470x330x90||470x330x90||470x385x155||470x385x155||470x385x155|
|* - the YFOA-S series 45-MHz seed oscillator versions for seeding solid-state or fiber amplifiers is available upon request with up to 300 ps chirped pulse output via fiber-coupled or collimated free-space output; custom stretcher design and AOM selection are also available;
** - up to 20 W upon request.
The YFOA femtosecond fiber laser is designed for stable generation of an ultra-short laser pulse train. The device contains Yb-doped active fiber, pump diodes, polarization control and dispersion control elements, electronic power supply and control system. The laser also has an SMA sync output for triggering external devices, as well as another SMA for pulsed mode status. The YFOA has proved its reliability as a seed oscillator for amplifier systems (such as the TETA system) as well as a stand-alone pulse generator. The YFOA may be ramped up to higher average power ratings for power-demanding applications.
- high-power versions
- seed oscillator versions
- 19" rack OEM systems
- Yb/Er dual-channel inherently synchronized systems
- ALock Frep and Fceo synchronization and stabilization electronics for multichannel system design and synchronization of femtosecond fiber lasers to external optical or radiofrequency reference
- Time-Resolved Ultrafast Studies
- Conversion of Laser Radiation
- Material and Biological Tissue Processing
- Laser Systems Design, Integration and Amplification
- Telecom and Semiconductor Studies
Avesta is participating in LASER World of Photonics China (March 20-22, 2019, Shanghai), our location is Hall W3, booth #3173. Feel free to drop by to discuss any ongoing and potential cases, new products and latest development efforts.
Avesta team will be on the New Year and Orthodox Christmas break from 30 Dec 2018 till 08 Jan 2019. The last working day is 29 Dec 2018 (Sat) and the first working day in 2019 is 09 Jan 2019 (Wed). Happy holidays!