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Femtosecond pulsed fibre laser makes versatile optical source

Lambda Photometrics : 05 October, 2007  (New Product)
Calmar Optcom has introduced a new femtosecond pulsed fibre laser FPL-05 series which is now available from Lambda Photometrics.
The laser provides up to 5W high average output power and 1MW peak power, to the end users.

FPL-05 consists of a master laser source and a freespace based pulse compressor. The operation is a simple plug-and-play, with no need of cooling.

FPL-05 is a passively mode locked fibre laser that generates optical pulses with a pulsewidth less than 0.3ps. The repetition rate is pre-selectable in the range of 10 to 50MHz and the wavelength covers 1550nm and 1064nm bands.

FPL-05 is simple and intuitive to operate. The operation is turn-key based and requires no external RF source or warm-up.

The optional synchronisation output frequency can be the fundamental or harmonics of the repetition rate of the laser. In addition, the laser pulses can be phase-locked to an external RF clock or another laser source with very low timing jitter by implementing proprietary PLL technology.

FPL-05 is a versatile optical source. The laser is ideal for optical nonlinearity study, biomedical imaging and treatment, seed laser of ultra high output power laser, terahertz radiation, and material processing.

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