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CARBIDE
FEATURES
 
*290 fs – 10 ps tunable pulse duration
*800 μJ pulse energy
*80 W output power
*60 kHz – 2 MHz tunable base repetition rate
*Pulse picker for pulse‑on‑demand operation
*Rugged, industrial grade mechanical design
*Automated harmonics generators
(515 nm, 343 nm, 257 nm)
*Air or water cooling
*Scientific interface enhancing system flexibility

 

Detail

CARBIDE femtosecond lasers feature an output power of >80 W at 1030 nm wavelength. The laser emits pure pulses with ASE background of <10-9 and recently updated maximum energy specifications without compromises to the beam quality, industrial grade reliability and beam stability regardless of environmental conditions. Continuously tunable repetition rate in a range of 60 kHz to 2 MHz is combined with an in-built Pulse Picker for output pulse timing and full-scale energy control with <10 microsecond response time, enabling arbitrary shaping of the emission. Pulse duration can be tuned in a range of 290 fs – 10 ps. Excellent power stability of <0.5 % RMS is standard. The laser output can be split into a burst of several pulses of pico- and nano- separation while having the ability to modify the burst envelope. Harmonic generator options permit femtosecond applications at different wavelengths. The parameters are entirely software adjustable.

 

Specification

FEATURES

*290 fs – 10 ps tunable pulse duration
*800 μJ pulse energy
*80 W output power
*60 kHz – 2 MHz tunable base repetition rate
*Pulse picker for pulse‑on‑demand operation
*Rugged, industrial grade mechanical design
*Automated harmonics generators
(515 nm, 343 nm, 257 nm)
*Air or water cooling
*Scientific interface enhancing system flexibility

 

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