Femtosecond Yb:KYW laser Model FL1000

  • Description
  • Specifications
  • Options
  • Applications

Features:

  • All-solid-state design
  • Harmonic generators option
  • Excellent price/performance ratio
  • No cooling water required
  • Short warm-up time
  • Rigid and dust-proof design
  • Low maintenance costs

SOLAR LS presents compact femtosecond lasers with direct diode pumping, high average output power and excellent beam quality.

The design of the FL1000 minimises routine maintenance costs and is adapted for reliable every-day operation both in laboratories and in industrial conditions.

Impressive set of options (harmonic generators and OPO) considerably expand the Users’ possibilities.

User-friendly and inexpensive FL1000 laser will be an ideal instrument in your hands both for advanced scientific research and for practical applications.

FL1000 typical autocorrelation trace

FL1000 typical spectrum

ModelFL1000
Active mediumYb:KYW
Average output power, W 1040 nm1) ≥ 1
520 nm ≥ 0.4
347 nm ≥ 0.1
PRR2), MHz70
Pulse energy @ 1040 nm, nJ ≥ 15
Pulse duration (FWHM), fs ~ 2003)
Spectral linewidth, nm~ 5
Beam qualityTEM00; M2 ≤ 1.5
Long term stability, %≤ 3
Polarisationlinear (horizontal)
Power consumption, (230V±10%, 50/60Hz), W < 250
Dimensions (LxWxH), mmLaser head670 x 220 x 155
Power supply240 x 240 x 110

* Specifications are subject to change without notice.

1) The wavelength is fixed within the range of 1040 nm ± 10 nm.

2) Other PRR values can be provided upon request.

3) Upon request the laser can be supplied with pulse duration within the range from 120 fs to 200 fs.

Dimensions of the FL1000 laser head

Dimensions of the FL1000 power supply

Harmonic Generators

In the standard configuration the FL1000 laser does not have built-in harmonic generators. However, upon your request the SHG, THG and FHG can be supplied as a stand-alone module – model LG450.

External harmonic generator for the FL1000 laser

  • THz spectroscopy
  • Thin Film Ablation
  • Laser Deposition
  • Femtosecond Spectroscopy
  • Non Linear Optics
  • Nano Processing