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250 kHz Ultrafast Amplifiers

250 kHz Ultrafast Amplifiers

…Continuously expanding series of ultrafast amplifiers including harmonic generators, many different parametric amplifier configurations, bandwidth compressors, active pulse shaping and CEP stabilization. Ultrafast Amplifiers Ultrafast Amplifiers Reliable, high-performance, ultrafast laser…

COHR Vitara DS 0416revC 3.pdf

COHR Vitara DS 0416revC 3.pdf

…minimum specified bandwidth >525 >930
at 60 nm bandwidth >450 >850
at maximum specified bandwidth >425 >800
Bandwidth (nm)(FWHM) 30 to 125 40 to 100
Tuning Range (nm)
at minimum specified bandwidth 755 to 860 765 to 810
at 60 nm bandwidth 765 to 840…

COHR VitaraBrochure 0716 web.pdf

COHR VitaraBrochure 0716 web.pdf

Enabling
Demanding
Science
Four Models for Flexibility
and Upgradeability
Vitara-T
· Unparalleled flexibility in bandwidth and wavelength
· Fully automated, computer-control of center wavelength and bandwidth/pulse width
Vitara-T-HP
· More power for your…

2016-Ultrafast-Laser-Systems-Catalog.pdf

2016-Ultrafast-Laser-Systems-Catalog.pdf

…<100 fs <70 fs <70 fs
Vitara <12 fs for >125 nm bandwidth N/A <12 fs for >125 nm bandwidth
<15 fs for 100 nm bandwidth
<25 fs for 50 nm bandwidth
<40 fs for 30 nm bandwidth
Vitesse Contact tech.sales@coherent.com for recommendations regarding…

COHR RLScatalog 2017revA web.pdf

COHR RLScatalog 2017revA web.pdf

…<100 fs <70 fs <70 fs
Vitara <12 fs for >125 nm bandwidth N/A <12 fs for >125 nm bandwidth
<15 fs for 100 nm bandwidth
<25 fs for 50 nm bandwidth
<40 fs for 30 nm bandwidth
Chameleon For MPE applications, please refer to the Chameleon product…

CUBE 640FP DS

CUBE 640FP DS

…(0 to 15° angle of incidence) 40 nm (0 to 25° angle of incidence) 70 nm (0 to 35° angle of incidence) Available Center Wavelengths (nm) 532, 635, 660, 670, 680, 685, 780, 810, 830 Bandwidth Tolerances (nm) 20 ±2 40 ±8 70 ±14 Center Wavelength Tolerances (dependent on bandwidth) +2/-2 +5/-5 +10/-10

Vitara Preinstall.book

Vitara Preinstall.book

…modelocked pulses with bandwidths exceeding 125 nm.
Excellent power stability is achieved by integrating the proven
Coherent Verdi G-seriesTM pump laser, PowerTrackTM beam steering
technology, and a compact cavity design into a single laser head.
Bandwidth and center wavelength…

COHR StingRay BioRay DS 0618 3.pdf

COHR StingRay BioRay DS 0618 3.pdf

…Input 0V to 1V is output power off,
Input 4V to 5V is 100% output power
Maximum bandwidth of 100 KHz
Rise time (10% to 90%) <1 msec
Fall time (90% to 10%) <1 msec
Maximum bandwidth of 2 MHz
Rise time (10% to 90%) <150 nsec
Fall time (90% to 10%) <150…

Chameleon-Peak-Power-White-Paper.pdf

Chameleon-Peak-Power-White-Paper.pdf

…have a
bandwidth of 6.725 nm. In practice, a perfect pulse is
very hard to achieve, and for Ti:S lasers the bandwidth
is usually between 1.1-1.3 times higher than the
transform limit.
The shorter a pulse becomes in width, the larger the
bandwidth. This is important,…

WP ChameleonPeakPower Final.pdf

WP ChameleonPeakPower Final.pdf

…have a
bandwidth of 6.725 nm. In practice, a perfect pulse is
very hard to achieve, and for Ti:S lasers the bandwidth
is usually between 1.1-1.3 times higher than the
transform limit.
The shorter a pulse becomes in width, the larger the
bandwidth. This is important,…

Book.book

Book.book


Maximum Bandwidth
Rise and Fall Time (10 to 90%)
Modulation Depth at 0 Hz
Modulation Depth at 150 MHz
Input Impedance
150 MHz
< 2 nsec
*
> 1,000,000:1 (106:1)
> 250:1
50 ohms
Analog Modulation
Maximum Bandwidth
Rise and…

2011-Diode-Laser-Modules-and-Pattern-Generators-Catalog.pdf

2011-Diode-Laser-Modules-and-Pattern-Generators-Catalog.pdf


Available Center Wavelengths (nm) 532, 635, 660, 670, 680, 685, 780, 810, 830
Bandwidth Tolerances (nm) 20 ±2
40 ±8
70 ±14
Center Wavelength Tolerances (dependent on bandwidth) +2/-2
+5/-5
+10/-10
Diode Laser
Systems
Diode Laser
Modules…

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