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Pulse Compressors

Pulse Compressors

…Product Close PRICE HERE Pulse Compression Accessory for Femtosecond Oscillators Adding GVD (Group Velocity Dispersion), Pulse Compressors also allow users to precompensate for the dispersion introduced with downstream optics in order to shorten the pulsewidth at the sample. We offer two types of…

Chameleon Vision

Chameleon Vision

…About This Product Close PRICE HERE Widely Tunable, Single Box Precompensation, Hands-Free, Modelocked Ti:Sapphire Laser Chameleon Vision adds dispersion precompensation to the Ultra platform ensuring the short pulses are delivery right to the sample plane. Multiple curves that automatically adjust…

Chameleon Family

Chameleon Family

…change color quickly (faster than 40 nm/s) whilst optimizing output power and pulse width automatically. Chameleon Vision lasers add automated dispersion precompensation to deliver short pulses right to the sample plane, and the Vision-S, short pulse (75 fs) system, delivers higher peak power than…

ChameleonPreComp DS 7.qxd

ChameleonPreComp DS 7.qxd

Chameleon PreComp Automated Dispersion Control for Chameleon Ti:Sapphire Lasers Features · Automated dispersion tracking designed for MPE · Continuous precompensation from 0 to -23,000 fs2 dispersion · Single control link integration · Matches ultra-wide tuning range of Chameleon lasers · Ease of…

Chameleon-Peak-Power-White-Paper.pdf

Chameleon-Peak-Power-White-Paper.pdf

dispersion compensation. Laser power and detection gain are kept constant but
GDD setting are varied for A: 0 fs2, B:10000 fs2 and C: 15000 fs2. 840 nm imaging of CY3 labelled Glial cells coutesy of Grenoble Institute
of Neuroscience.
Figure 5 Negative GDD
curves for dispersion

Mira Family

Mira Family

…Modelocking) technique. This extremely simple, all-solid-state approach is analogous to modelocking by a fast saturable absorber. Group Velocity Dispersion (GVD) in the Mira Optima 900-F (the femtosecond cavity version of the Mira) is compensated by a simple 2-prism sequence in the cavity. Easy…

PicoPulse™ Pulse Stretcher/Compressor Filters

PicoPulse™ Pulse Stretcher/Compressor Filters

…the spatial chirp commonly found in chirped volume holographic gratings (CVHGs). This robust, compact format is less complex than equivalent dispersive diffraction grating pairs, which require multiple components with precise alignment adjustment. The output is stable over a wide range of…

Axon

Axon

…inspection. High reliability and common fit and form across different wavelengths ease integration processes, with the added functionality of dispersion precompensation and fast power control. Contact Us About This Product Close PRICE HERE The Axon series is the first family of femtosecond lasers…

THz-Raman Well-Plate System (WPS)

THz-Raman Well-Plate System (WPS)

…Characterization Parameter Value Laser Wavelength 785 nm Laser Power Up to 400 mW at sample Spectral Range -800 cm -1 to 2800 cm -1 Spectral Dispersion 2 cm -1 per pixel Focusing Manual or Auto Objectives 4 user definable (e.g. 5x, 10x, 20x) Maximum Sample Size 125 mm x 85 mm (fits standard well…

Fidelity HP

Fidelity HP

…neurons, with precise spatial and temporal resolution. Short pulses are delivered directly to the sample plane by way of user adjustable group dispersion delay compensation (GDD). Industrial and commercial applications, such as two-photon polymerization, rapid prototyping and scribing, benefit from…

Chameleon Discovery w/ Total Power Control

Chameleon Discovery w/ Total Power Control

…and low maintenance.
* Automated hands free operation
* High average and high peak power for excellent fluorescent yield and efficiency
* GDD dispersion compensated output for optimized peak power at the sample plane
* Secondary output standard with high average power for multiwavelength imaging…

Self-Aligned Non-Dispersive External Cavity Tunable Laser.pdf

Self-Aligned Non-Dispersive External Cavity Tunable Laser.pdf

…for the external cavity.
- The spectral resolution of a dispersive ECL (eq. 1) is dependent on the collimated
beam diameter. It results from the divergence of a diffraction limited collimated beam and the
angular dispersion of the grating illuminated.
- In contrast, the spectral…