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Ytterbium Laser

High-energy ultrafast ytterbium amplifier

High-energy ultrafast ytterbium amplifier

--> Monaco HE High-Energy, Versatile Ultrafast Ytterbium Amplifier Powerful and versatile, ideal for both time-resolved spectroscopy or material processing Monaco-HE is the newest member of the Monaco laser family. Delivering high pulse energy or high average power at 10 ps) and user-controlled…

Ultrashort Pulse Lasers | Coherent

Ultrashort Pulse Lasers | Coherent

…Femtosecond Laser Monaco Industrial Femtosecond Laser The Monaco industrial femtosecond laser provides IR, Green, or UV output for 24/7 production environments. Its compact size allows for easy integration and service. Monaco HE Monaco HE High-energy, Versatile Ultrafast Ytterbium Amplifier ideal…

Laser Focus World - May 2015

Laser Focus World - May 2015

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Laser Focus World www.laserfocusworld.com May 2015
ytterbium (Yb) and erbium (Er) gain fiber," says Wilhelm Kaenders, Toptica's
president. "We have been using polarization-maintaining fiber and saturated-absorber technologies for many years and
are approaching now lifetimes in…

Photonics Spectra - June 2017

Photonics Spectra - June 2017

…can be as long as 600 nm
(Figure 5).
Ytterbium fiber femtosecond lasers
for neuroscience
All-optical studies and more general
red-shifted expressions or fluorophores
have created a need for femtosecond
lasers emitting multiple watts in the 1040-
to 1150-nm…

Photonics Spectra - March 2018

Photonics Spectra - March 2018

50 Photonics Spectra March 2018 www.photonics.com Ytterbium fiber laser amplifiers encompass one of the most dynamic areas in femtosecond lasers. Recent advances in power and speed are opening doors in scientific research and materials processing, impacting diverse fields spanning multiphoton…

Lasers for Optogenetics and Multimodal Microscopy

Lasers for Optogenetics and Multimodal Microscopy

lasers in that part of the direct
ytterbium power (1.5 watts) is available
as a high quality (M2 < 1.2) beam with
fixed wavelength at 1040 nm, and short
(160 fs) pulse-width, which is also ideal
for many multiphoton excitation needs.
In optogenetics, these new lasers

whitepaper next gen mpe v3.pdf

whitepaper next gen mpe v3.pdf

…unraveling the detailed functionality of the
mammalian brain. Addressing larger neuron populations require increased laser power.
Ytterbium fiber is the only ultrafast laser gain medium that already offers a clear unobstructed
path to higher output power.
Superior Beam Quality.…

Photonics Spectra - November 2016

Photonics Spectra - November 2016

…drugs.
It is therefore vital that the laser(s) delivers a repeatable performance over time.
Recent discoveries
Several research groups are already beginning to publish data from experiments
based on these new ytterbium fiber lasers.
For example, postdoctoral researcher

Bio Photonics - October 2014

Bio Photonics - October 2014


head. In the past, ultrafast fiber lasers
based on ytterbium or erbium (as well
as bulk lasers based on ytterbium) faced
a trade-off between power and pulse
duration; it has been nearly impossible to
produce a sub-100-fs laser with power in
excess of a few hundred…

Femtosecond Lasers

Femtosecond Lasers

…Femtosecond Laser Monaco Industrial Femtosecond Laser The Monaco industrial femtosecond laser provides IR, Green, or UV output for 24/7 production environments. Its compact size allows for easy integration and service. Monaco HE Monaco HE High-energy, Versatile Ultrafast Ytterbium Amplifier ideal…

Ultrafast Amplifiers

Ultrafast Amplifiers

…Femtosecond Laser Monaco Industrial Femtosecond Laser The Monaco industrial femtosecond laser provides IR, Green, or UV output for 24/7 production environments. Its compact size allows for easy integration and service. Monaco HE Monaco HE High-energy, Versatile Ultrafast Ytterbium Amplifier ideal…

Bio Photonics - February / March 2015

Bio Photonics - February / March 2015

Ti:S lasers for deeper images
Despite undeniable advantages of
these dual-wavelength ytterbium lasers,
manufacturers do not yet view them as
a universal solution for all multiphoton
microscopy research. (And, judging by
continued healthy sales of Ti:S-based
lasers,