…linewidth, frequency tuning and extremely low noise makes Prometheus ideal laser source for applications such as Iodine frequency stabilization systems (please enquire about iodine based options), optical length and frequency standards, quantum optics studies, micro-cavity experiments, nonlinear…
…stability and noise of both green and IR beams are determined by the unique properties of NPRO and low noise electronics. The Noise Eater circuitry eliminates residual pump diode and relaxation oscillation noise at frequencies below 1 MHz. Please inquire about iodine frequency stabilization options.…
Paladin 355 (> 10W) 355 nm FieldMaxII-TO PM30X
Paladin 532 532 nm FieldMaxII-TO PM30
Prometheus, Iodine Freq Stabilization 532, 1064 nm FieldMaxII-TO PM10 or PS10
Sapphire 458 to 594 458 to 594 nm FieldMaxII-TO PS10
Sapphire 488 HP 488 nm…
(SDO) molecules. High-power chemical oxygen-iodine lasers (COIL) use energy transfer
from SDO molecules to iodine atoms to generate population inversion on iodine atom spinorbit transition. SDO is also highly reactive towards biological and chemical agents and can
be used for…
…enables locking the laser to an external references when even
higher frequency stability is needed. For example, the user may wish to lock the laser to an
external high-stability cavity or iodine line by having access to frequency control of the laser.
Apart from a narrow linewidth…
…State laser Engineering,
Springer Verlag (2006).
5. See Coherent, Inc. Mephisto data sheet.
6. See Coherent, Inc. IFS (Iodine Frequency
Stabilization) data sheet.
7. I. Freitag, A. Tunnermann, H. Welling: Opt.
Comm. 15, 511 (1995).
…1000 mW, and 1500 mW at 1064 nm from the second output. Prometheus is an ideal laser source for applications such as Iodine frequency stabilization systems (please enquire about iodine based options), optical length and frequency standards, quantum optics studies, micro-cavity experiments, nonlinear…
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