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Photonics Spectra - November 2016

Photonics Spectra - November 2016

…example, postdoctoral researcher
Alan Mardinly and others in the Adesnik
Lab at UC Berkeley have successfully
used the Coherent Fidelity and Monaco
lasers to activate a wide assortment of
opsins, including ChR2, C1V1, Chronos
and GtACR1. The high pulse energy of

Preinstallation Manual Astrella Ultrafast Amplifier Laser System

Preinstallation Manual Astrella Ultrafast Amplifier Laser System

…or loaned to another person.
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of Coherent, Inc. All other trademarks or registered trademarks are the
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Bio Photonics - May / June 2015

Bio Photonics - May / June 2015

…In some of Coherent's products, prechirp can be set by a user either by adjusting a pair of gratings in the laser head (as
in the company's Fidelity ytterbium fiber
laser) or via a software program that automatically adjusts spacing and positioning
of a set of prisms, according to the…

Europhotonics - Summer 2018

Europhotonics - Summer 2018

…with a spatial resolution of about
20 µm. They used one of the new generation of sealed laser oscillators based
on Yb-fiber (Coherent Fidelity 2). The
1070-nm output of this laser is frequencydoubled to 535 nm, and frequency tripled
to 357 nm in a harmonic conversion
module…

Lasers for Optogenetics and Multimodal Microscopy

Lasers for Optogenetics and Multimodal Microscopy

…titanium:sapphire lasers by adding a short pulse fixed wavelength oscillator based on ytterbium-doped fiber.
An example of this is the Coherent Fidelity launched in early 2014. This laser
provides over 2 watts of total power with
a pulse-width of < 60 fs at a fixed output

Coherent

Coherent

…occurrence in bio-imaging labs, and they have become a crucial tool in
modern brain research. We recently released a new product called the Fidelity targeted to this market.
FUTURE TRENDS
Microelectronics
Lasers are widely used in mass production microelectronics applications…

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…burst
sampling at a rate of 625 kHz for a period
of time up to 384 milliseconds. This
mode provides excellent pulse shape
fidelity for pulse durations greater than
10 s at pulse repetition rates up to 50
kHz, common in various commercial cutting, engraving and drilling…

SmartLaserModules.pdf

SmartLaserModules.pdf

…that «virtually every user of our instruments needs performance comparable to the traditional large platforms, in terms of sensitivity, data fidelity and throughput. But the investment cost on large platforms is high and these often lack features users need in their research. Each application…

Bio Photonics - November 2014

Bio Photonics - November 2014

…can be used with
any fiber-coupled laser that meets the
requisite performance levels in the areas
of beam quality, and wavelength fidelity
and stability.
As can be seen in Figure 4, the eight
wavelength-dedicated laser input sockets
use the latest FC/UFC connectors…

Bio Photonics - OBIS Galaxy

Bio Photonics - OBIS Galaxy

…can be used with
any fiber-coupled laser that meets the
requisite performance levels in the areas
of beam quality, and wavelength fidelity
and stability.
As can be seen in Figure 4, the eight
wavelength-dedicated laser input sockets
use the latest FC/UFC connectors…

Cytometer Benefits from Laser Modules.pdf

Cytometer Benefits from Laser Modules.pdf

…that «virtually every user of our instruments needs performance comparable to the traditional large platforms, in terms of sensitivity, data fidelity and throughput. But the investment cost on large platforms is high and these often lack features users need in their research. Each application…

Photonics Spectra - July 2014

Photonics Spectra - July 2014

…mode, which provides burst sampling
at a rate of 625 kHz for a period of time up
to 384 ms. This mode provides excellent
pulse-shape fidelity for pulses greater than
10 µs in duration at repetition rates up to
50 kHz, common in various commercial
cutting, engraving and…

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