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CAZADERO

- Up to 20 μJ pulse energy
- 1030 nm wavelength
- Optimal pulse shape and width adjustment
- Linearly polarized output
- Maintenance free
- Fiber-based architecture
- Single mode output, M2 < 1.2
- Variable repetition rates down to single pulse
- Customizable “burst” mode pulse sequences
- User selectable pulse energy levels

- Medical therapeutic surgery
- Nanoscience
- Materials precision machining
- Biomedical instrumentation
- Terahertz radiation
- Nonlinear optical studies
- Tissue cutting
#1 : FLCPA-05U.pdf

The fiber laser based chirped pulse amplification system (FLCPA) generates high energy (up to 20 µJ) ultrashort (<0.5 ps) pulses at a repetition rate of 100s of KHz for either 1 or 1.5 µm wavelengths.

The fiber laser based chirped pulse amplification system (FLCPA) starts with a 25 MHz passively mode-locked seed fiber laser, sampled down to a pulse rate of 50 kHz or higher. The short pulse is time-stretched by frequency (chirped) for amplification through a high power fiber amplifier stage at lower peak intensity. Up to 20 µJ of short pulse energy is delivered into free space. The wavelength can be selected in C-band (~1550 nm) or at 1 µm wavelengths. The typical pulse width is 500 fs. The repetition rate can be adjusted up to 4000 KHz, depending on pulse energy, with average output power approaching 4 Watts. An RF synchronization output is provided as a trigger signal. This FLCPA is lightweight, compact, and maintenance free offering a reliable cost-effective alternative to solid state fs laser amplifiers.

Model Number

FLCPA-05U

Minimum Pulse Width

0.5

Central Wavelength (nm)

1030

Average Power (W)

4

Repetition Rate (KHz)

Up to 200

Pulse Energy (µJ)

20

Polarization Extinction Ratio

20 dB (typical)

Output Beam (mm)

Free Space Diameter
3(Typical) M2<1.2

Operating Temp (°C)

15 ~ 32

Operating Voltage (VAC)

85 ~ 264


* A sech2 pulse shape (convolution factor of 0.65) is used to determine the pulse width for the second harmonic autocorrelation trace Due to our continuous improvement program, specifications are subject to change without notice



 
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