|Genia Photonics' laser is a fully programmable, uniquely agile fiber laser, tunable in wavelength and pulse width.
Using a utility software provided with the laser, you can program the sweeps to perform by specifying the type of curve to use, the range and other parameters. For instance, choose a linear in optical frequency and specify the start frequency, the stop frequency and the step duration. You can also control its output power.
Examples for standard setups:
|Wavelength||Pulse duration||Repetition rate||Average power|
|850 nm||25 ps||200 MHz||4 mW|
|1064 nm||22 ps||40-120* MHz||100 mW|
|1064 nm||90-2000* ps||0.2-125* MHz||10 W|
|1020-1080* nm||22 ps||40-120* MHz||100 mW|
|1530-1562* nm||25 ps||10 MHz||250 mW|
|1530-1562* nm||120 ps||10 MHz||1 W|
|1915-1990* nm||130 ps||15 MHz||25 mW|
|1915-1990* nm||130 ps||15 MHz||500 mW|
|2950-3670* nm||120 ps||80 MHz||10 mW|
(* to be set or tuned by the user)
Applications that require wavelength agility and fixed pulse width (WA, wavelength agile)
Applications that require pulse width agility and fixed wavelength (PA, pulse width agile)
- Optical coherence tomography (OCT)
- Time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy
Applications that require both wavelength and pulse width agility (WPA, wavelength and pulse width agile)
- Surface texturing (for implants)
- Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS)
- Combination of methods (OCT and nonlinear imaging)
More details can be down loaded as datasheet.