High Energy Ultrafast Laser Amplifier

Our ultrafast amplifier portfolio is the most extensive available. We offer amplified pulse energies from 4 µJ to 100 mJ and repetition-rates from 10 Hz to 300 kHz.

Ultrafast Ti:Sapphire 800nm amplifier Monaco Opera-F and Opera-HP for Monaco
  • Pulse duration 25fs-110fs, repetition rate 1kH, 5kHz and 10kHz, energy up to 13mJ
  • 1 kHz, 5 kHz and 10 kHz Ultrafast Amplifiers
  • 10 Hz High Energy Ultrafast Amplifiers
  • 250 kHz Ultrafast Amplifiers
Diode-Pumped Femtosecond Laser with a MOPA architecture

  • 40 microjoule/pulse at 1035 nm
  • 20 microjoule/pulse at 517 nm
  • 1 MHz repetiton rate
  • Variable pulsewidths <400 fs to >10 ps
  • Exceptional beam quality M2 <1.2
  • Up to 40W pump power
  • Conversion efficiency >10% (signal + idler)

Opera-F Features:

  • Wavelength range 650 nm to 900 nm (signal), 1200 nm to 2500 nm (idler)
  • Pulse widths 50 fs to 100 fs (with optional compressor)

Opera-HP Features:

  • Wavelength range 630 nm to 1025 nm (signal), 1045 nm to 2600 nm (idler)
  • Wavelength extensions covering 210 nm to 16 ?m
  • Pulse widths 150 fs to 300 fs
Carrier-envelope Optical Parametric Amplifiers Harmonic Generator System Single-Shot Autocorrelator
Carrier-envelope phase (CEP) stabilization 1 kHz Optical Parametric Amplifiers Harmonic Generator System (HGS) Single-Shot Autocorrelator (SSA)
  • RMS CEP stability typically sub-200 mrad (10 shots integration)
  • f- to -2f collinear interferometer in separate modulator.
  • For Legend Elite USX and USP models
  • Monolithic housing for mechanical stability
  • Computer-controlled tunable output
  • Energy conversion
  • >30% to 35% to parametric light
  • Modular option for extended tuning from 190 nm to 20 µm
  • Optimized for femtosecond, picosecond or dual operation
  • Reflective imaging optics for minimum pulse width
  • Complete Ti:Sapphire tuning with two optics sets
  • High conversion efficiencies for UV output
  • Measures temporal width of amplified pulses
  • Broad pulse width range: from 20 fs to 2 ps
  • Wavelength coverage in femtosecond   operation from 680 nm to 1100 nm