FemtoFiber ultra NIR – high-power femtosecond fiber laser

  • Ultrafast fiber laser @ 780 nm  
  • > 500 mW average power, < 150 fs pulse duration
  • SAM mode locking, PM fiber based MOPA system
  • Robust and reliable, push button operation
  • Compact footprint, cost-effective design

The FemtoFiber ultra NIR is the first member of TOPTICA's third generation of ultrafast fiber lasers. The system delivers laser pulses of less than 150 fs in duration at a central wavelength of 780 nm. Using a power amplifier the system provides more than 500 mW average output power. It is a compact femtosecond laser system with turnkey operation and cost-effective design.

Specifications

Specifications

Fundamental wavelength 780 nm
Laser output power > 500 mW
Pulse width < 150 fs
Repetition rate 80 MHz
Beam shape TEMoo, M² < 1.2
Beam divergence < 1 mrad
Linear polarization > 95 % (horizontal)
Output coupling Free space

 

 

Autocorrelation pulse width
< 150 fs at 780 nm.

Retrieved pulse shape > 99 %
of power in main peak.
Linear emission spectrum
at 780 nm.

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Technical Information

Technical Information

Dimensions laser head 111 x 250 x 380 mm³ (H x W x D)
Weight laser head 13 kg
Dimensions control unit 154 x 340 x 380 mm³ (incl. stand) (3U/HE, horizontal pitch 63 HP/TE)
Weight control unit 10 kg
Power supply 100 - 240V AC, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption < 300 W
PC Interface Ethernet
Environment temperature 19 - 25 °C (operating)
0 - 40 °C (storage and transport)
Environment humidity Non-condensing

 

 

Technical Drawings

toptica_TD_FemtoFiber_ultra.pdf

Applications

Applications

 

Scientific Publications

Jr, C.H.C., Lee, Y.J., Heddleston, J.M., Hartshorn, C.M., Walker, A.R.H., Rich, J.N., Lathia, J.D., and Cicerone, M.T. (2014). High-speed coherent Raman fingerprint imaging of biological tissues. Nat. Photonics 8, 627–634.

Galli, R. et al. Vibrational Spectroscopic Imaging and Multiphoton Microscopy of Spinal Cord Injury. Anal. Chem. 84, 8707–8714 (2012).

Galli, R. et al. Non-linear optical microscopy of kidney tumours. J. Biophotonics n/a–n/a (2013). doi:10.1002/jbio.2012002165.

Krauss, G. et al. Compact coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering microscope based on a picosecond two-color Er:fiber laser system. Opt. Lett. 34, 2847–2849 (2009).

Galli, R. et al. Intrinsic Indicator of Photodamage during Label-Free Multiphoton Microscopy of Cells and Tissues. PLoS ONE 9, e110295 (2014).

Paar, M. et al. Remodeling of Lipid Droplets during Lipolysis and Growth in Adipocytes. J. Biol. Chem. 287, 11164–11173 (2012).

Galli, R. et al. Effects of tissue fixation on coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering images of brain. J. Biomed. Opt. 19, 071402–071402 (2013).

Galli, R. et al. CARS and non-linear microscopy imaging of brain tumors. 87970E–87970E (2013).

Chun, W., et al. Design and demonstration of multimodal optical scanning microscopy for confocal and two-photon imaging. Rev. Sci. Instrum. 84, 013701 (2013).

Jeong, H.-J., et al. Spectrally resolved fluorescence lifetime imaging microscope using tunable bandpass filters. Rev. Sci. Instrum. 83, 093705–093705–5 (2012).

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Datasheet: FemtoFiber ultra NIR
Datasheet: FemtoFiber ultra NIR
toptica_BR_FemtoFiber_ultra_NIR.pdf