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Pico Second LASERs

PL2250 series high energy picosecond mode-locked Nd:YAG lasers

Featuring up to 100 mJ pulse energy and <30 picosecond (20 ps optional) pulse duration, PL2250 series  picosecond mode-locked Nd:YAG lasers set new standard in high pulse energy picosecond lasers. Innovative and cost effective design allows to improve laser reliability, while reducing running and maintenance costs.
Special Features
Hermetically sealed DPSS master oscillator
Diode pumped regenerative amplifier
Flashlamp pumped power amplifier producing up to 100 mJ per pulse at 1064 nm
30 ps pulse duration (20 ps optional)
Excellent pulse duration stability
Up to 50 Hz repetition rate
Streak camera triggering pulse with <30 ps jitter
Excellent beam pointing stability
Thermo stabilized second, third or fourth harmonic generator options
PC control via USB and LabVIEW™ drivers (RS232 control is optional)
Remote control via keypad
Applications
Time resolved spectroscopy
SFG/SHG spectroscopy
Nonlinear spectroscopy
OPG pumping
Remote laser sensing
Satellite ranging
Other spectroscopic and nonlinear optics experiments

PL2230 series high energy full DPSS mode-locked Nd:YAG lasers

The first commercial fully diode pumped high pulse energy mode-locked laser, producing 28 ps pulses with up to 25 mJ pulse energy at a 50 Hz pulse repetition rate.
Special Features
Hermetically sealed DPSS master oscillator
Diode pumped regenerative amplifier
Diode pumped power amplifier producing up to 25 mJ per pulse at 1064 nm
Air-cooled
< 30 ps pulse duration
Excellent pulse duration stability
Up to 50 Hz repetition rate
Streak camera triggering pulse with <15 ps jitter
Excellent beam pointing stability
Thermo stabilized second, third or fourth harmonic generator options
PC control trough USB and with supplied LabViewTM drivers
Remote control via keypad
Applications
Time resolved spectroscopy
SFG/SHG spectroscopy
Nonlinear spectroscopy
OPG pumping
Remote laser sensing
Satellite ranging
Other spectroscopic and nonlinear optics applications

PL2210 series diode pumped picoseconds  Nd:YAG lasers

Short pulse duration, high energy, up to 2 kHz repetition rate and excellent pulse-to-pulse stability makes PL2210 series diode pumped picosecond lasers the first choice for many applications, like material processing, laser spectroscopy, optical parametric generator pumping and other tasks.
Special Features
High pulse energy at kHz rates
Diode pumped solid state design
Air cooled – external water supply is not required
Turn-key operation
Low maintenance costs
Optional streak camera triggering pulse with <10 ps rms jitter
Remote control pad
PC control via USB (RS232 is optional) with supplied LabVIEW™ drivers
Optional temperature stabilized second, third and fourth harmonic generators
Applications
Time resolved fluorescence, pump-probe spectroscopy
OPG/OPA/OPO pumping
Micromachining
Other spectroscopic and nonlinear optics applications
PL2210 series lasers are diode-pumped, air-cooled, mode-locked Nd:YAG lasers producing picosecond pulses at a kilohertz pulse repetition rate.
Model PL2210 delivers 400 μJ, 25 ps pulses at an up to 2 kHz repetition rate
Model PL2210A delivers 900 μJ, 25 ps pulses at an up to 1 kHz repetition rate
Model PL2210B provides pulses with up to 2.5 mJ energy at a 1 kHz at pulse duration of 80 ps
Model PL2210B-TR, in addition to a 1 kHz pulse train, has an output of 88 MHz pulse train with 5 W average power that can be used for pumping synchronously pumped OPOs

PL11M series - high pulse repetition rate lasers

PL11M series picosecond diode pumped laser offers 1 W output power at 1064 nm. It features high 1 MHz repetition rate, short 10 ps pulse duration and excellent beam quality (M² < 1.5). Stable output parameters and rugged cost-effective design establishes  PL11M series lasers as an excellent choice for various spectroscopy applications.
Special Features
High up to 1 MHz repetition rate
Short pulse duration ~10 ps
High stability and excellent beam quality M2<1.5
Reliable hands-free operation
Compact and simple design
PC control and remote control keypad
Low maintenance costs
Single-phase powering
No external cooling water
Applications
Spectroscopy

High energy picosecond mode-locked Nd:YLF lasers PL3140 series

PL3140 series mode-locked picosecond Nd:YLF lasers have excellent output parameters, are reliable and still remain simple and convienent to use.  Pulse duration as short as 10 ps is achieved without any sacrifice on beam quality.
Special Features
Hermetically sealed DPSS master oscillator
Flashlamp pumped regenerative amplifier
Flashlamp pumped power amplifier producing up to 80 mJ per pulse at 1053 nm
10 ps pulse duration
Excellent pulse duration stability
Up to 10 Hz repetition rate
PC control via USB (RS232 is optional) and LabView™ drivers
Remote control pad
Optional streak camera triggering pulse with <10 ps rms jitter
Optional thermostabilized second, third or fourth harmonic generators
Optical parametric generators for tunable wavelength output in 210-2600 nm range are available
Applications
Time resolved spectroscopy
Nonlinear spectroscopy
OPG pumping
Other spectroscopic and nonlinear optics experiments

Pico seconds high energy Nd:YAG lasers SL230 series

SL 200 series lasers are excellent solution for applications, where high energy picosecond pulses are needed. Not like conventional mode-locked lasers that typically use saturable nonlinear absorption or Kerr lensing to produce ultrafast pulses, the SL200 series lasers employ backward stimulated Brillouin scattering (SBS) in liquid for the same purpose.
Special Features
Diode pumped Q-switched SLM master oscillator
Advanced SBS compression produces pulses of 100 ps duration
Flashlamp pumped power amplifier for up to 250 mJ pulse energy at 1064 nm
Up to 50 Hz pulse repetition rate
Excellent pre-pulse contrast ratio
Thermo stabilized second, third or fourth harmonic generator options
Low jitter external triggering
Pre-trigger option produces sync pulses with <100 ps rms jitter
Laser control from supplied netbook PC via USB port
Applications
Plasma research
Material ablation and deposition
Holography
Remote laser sensing
Satellite ranging
OPCPA pumping

Picoseconds high energy Nd:YAG lasers SL330 series

SL 300 series laser is excellent solution for applications that require high energy picosecond pulses. Pulse compression during backwardstimulated Brillouin scattering (SBS), used in EKSPLA SL300 series lasers, is simple and cost effective way for generating picosecond pulses and has unique capability of producing pulses with tunable duration.
Special Features
Innovative and cost-efficient design
Up to 500 mJ per pulse at 1064 nm
150 ps pulse duration
Self seeding SLM master oscillator
More than 10?:1 pre-pulse contrast ratio
Low jitter external triggering
Versatile synchronization possibilities
Variable pulse duration option
LabView™ drivers for convenient control from PC via RS232 port
Remote control via keypad
Compact laser head and power supply cabinet
Applications
Plasma research
Material ablation and deposition
Holography
Absorption spectroscopy of laser induced plasmas
Satellite ranging
EUV light source development for photolithography
OPCPA pumping

Picosecond OPG (optical parametric generators)

High energy and narrow linewidth picosecond OPG PGX01 series

PGX01 series picosecond optical parametric generators (OPGs) feature high pulse energy and narrow linewidth. PGX01 series OPGs are an excellent choice for researchers who need picosecond tunable source from UV to mid IR. Due to the unique tunability range these devices are a very attractive and cost-efficient alternative to other tunable laser radiation sources.
Special Features
Ultra-wide spectral range of 210 nmto 16 000 nm
High peak power (>50 MW) ideal for non-linear spectroscopy applications
Narrow linewidth
Motorized hands-free tuning in 210 - 2300 nm or 420 nm - 10 000 nm range
Remote control via keypad
PC control via USB port (RS232 is optional) and LabViewTMdrivers
Applications
Nonlinear spectroscopy: vibrational-SFG, surface-SH, CARS, Z-scan
Pump-probe experiments
Laser-induced fluorescence (LIF)
Other laser spectroscopy applications

Narrow linewidth picosecond OPG PGX11 series

PGX03 series OPGs are excellent choice for researchers who need picosecond tunable sources from UV to mid IR. Featuring 1 kHz repetition rate and due to the unique broad tunability range these devices are a very attractive and cost-efficient alternative to other tunable laser radiation sources.
Special Features
Picosecond pulses at 1 kHz pulse repetition rate
Hands-free wavelength tuning
Spectral range of 230 nm to 16 000 nm
Narrow linewidth <6 cm-1
Low divergence
Remote control via keypad
PC control using USB (RS232 is optional) and LabViewTMdrivers
Applications
Time resolved pump-probe spectroscopy
Laser-induced fluorescence
Infrared spectroscopy
Nonlinear spectroscopy: vibrational-SFG, surface-SH, CARS, Z-scan
Other laser spectroscopy applications

kHz repetition rate picosecond OPG PGX03 series

PGx11 series optical parametric generators offer broad output wavelength tuning - from 210 nm to 16 000 nm with nearly Fourier-transform limited linewidth (2 cm-1 and 0.5 cm-1) and low divergence.
Special Features
High brightness picosecond pulses at up to 1 kHz pulse repetition rate
Nearly Fourier-transform limited linewidth
Low divergence
Hands-free wavelength tuning
Spectral range of 210 nm to 16 000 nm
Remote control via keypad
PC control using USB (RS232 is optional) and LabViewTMdrivers
Applications
Time resolved pump-probe spectroscopy
Laser-induced fluorescence
Infrared spectroscopy
Nonlinear spectroscopy: vibrational-SFG, surface-SH, CARS, Z-scan
Other laser spectroscopy applications

Integrated picosecond TUNABLE systems (OPO + Pump)

PT200 series picosecond tunable lasers

PT200 series lasers integrate picosecond optical parametric oscillator and picosecond DPSS pump laser into single compact housing. Picosecond tunable lasers feature 690-3400 nm tuning range, 5 ps pulse duration, nearly Fourier transform-limited linewidth and up to 88 Mhz repetition rate.Megahertz pulse repetition rate is optimal for using photon-counting detection technique in numerous nonlinear spectroscopy and microscopy applications.
Special Features
690-3400 nm tuning range
Optional tuning range extension to UV
Nearly Fourier transform-limited linewidth
Nearly diffraction limited divergence
Up to 5 kW pulse peak power
Collinear output of two tunable wavelengths for CARS applications (optional)
Output wavelength monitoring (optional)
PC control via USB (RS232 is optional) and LabVIEWTMdrivers
Applications
CARS microscopy and spectroscopy
Two-photon fluorescence microscopy
Second harmonic generation microscopy
Laser induced fluorescence microscopy
Infrared spectroscopy