Femtosecond Mode-Locked Fiber Lasers

AFML-Series Mode Locked Seeder

The Femtosecond Mode Lock Fiber Laser is a compact, high-reliability laser featuring an all-fiber design (no bulk optics) with a center wavelength of 1030 nm at an average output power of 10 mW, repetition rate of 25 MHz with pulse duration of 600 fs.

Applications

Features

Specifications

Central Wavelength 1030 nm
Repetition Rate 25 MHz
Pulse Duration 600 to 800 fs
Output Power 3 to 10 mW

Femto-Series High Power Mode Locked Fiber Lasers

Femtosecond Laser

The 920 nm and 1190 nm are made up of two modules: 2RU pump module 440 x 343 x 92 (mm), and the Femtosecond Fiber Laser - 284 x 324 x 116 (mm).

The high-power Mode Locked Femtosecond Fiber Lasers operate at the 920 nm and 1190  nm spectral range - which is traditionally covered by ultrafast Ti:Sapphire lasers and optical parameteric oscillators. They generate linearly polarized nearly transformed-limited pulses with a pulse duration of 200 fs, at a repetition rate of 80 MHz, and an average power of 1 W.

Compact and maintenance-free, the lasers are fiber-based, have a very good beam profile, and do not require optical alignment.

Autocorrelation Trace and Gaussian fit-TFWHM= 99 fs


The Femtosecond Fiber Laser is a natural product extension for MPB, with its extensive suite of Visible Fiber Lasers developed for the Microscopy industry, and its existing line of Picosecond Pulsed Mode Locked Fiber Lasers.

Features

Applications

Specifications

    MLFL-920-femto MLFL-1190-femto  
Central Wavelength
920
1190
nm
Repetition Rate
80
MHz
Pulse Duration
100
200 fs
Average Output Power
≥ 1
W
Spec. Width
10
nm
Beam Diameter
1
mm
Polarization
Linear, 99
%

 

See how some of our customers are using our Lasers

 

MPBC's high-power Mode Locked 920-nm Femtosecond Fiber Laser is part of the microscope platform in the Research Lab at McGill University's Life Sciences Complex. There, Dr. Arjun Krishnaswamy and his team explore their interests in how the brain becomes wired... Gathering data as to how the retina and its circuits work and how they analyze the visual scene.

Check out this video he made for us on our YouTube channel

 

 

 

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