Halite: Single-box compact femtosecond laser
Halite is a compact, single-box, all-fiber femtosecond laser, specifically designed to meet the most demanding applications in the field of neuroscience, biophotonics, microscopy, and engineering. With pulses as short as < 180 fs, average power up to 2 W at 1030 nm, and the option of second harmonic at 515 nm, it is an irreplaceable tool in every lab that needs a reliable, turn-key, ultrafast light source. Thanks to its unique construction and SESAM-free technology it is a cost-effective solution that provides high pulse energy (up to 100 nJ) with an excellent beam quality. Halite’s industrial design facilitates easy integration with both experimental and commercial systems.
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|Halite 1||Halite 2||Halite HE (Preliminary)|
|Maximum average power||> 800 mW||> 2 W||> 5 W|
|Maximum pulse energy||> 35 nJ||> 100 nJ||> 250 nJ|
|Pulse duration FWHM||< 200 fs||< 200 fs||< 250 fs|
|GDD precompensation||standard GDD precompensation from 10 000 down to -100 000 fs2 (factory preset)|
|*Optional computer controlled GDD precompensation tuning 10 000 down to -50 000 fs2|
|Central wavelength||1030 ± 5 nm|
|Optional wavelength outputs||515 nm|
|Beam quality M2||<1.2|
|Laser control software||Included|
All specifications are subject to change without prior notice due to continuous improvements.
Watch how we vibration test Halite SHG laser:
- Shorter pulse option <170 fs
- Higher-harmonic generation option
module converting the 1030 nm output wavelength into 515 nm. Changes the scope of the output power.
- Automated GDD precompensation option
- computer controlled GDD precompensation tuning 10 000 down to -50 000 fs2”.
- Truly all-fiber, SESAM-free construction
- Pulse energy up to 100 nJ
- Power up to 2 W
- Pulse duration <200 fs
- Single-box, compact, turn-key solution
- Easy to integrate
Fluence Halite can be used in applications that need pure and stable laser pulses. This includes:
- 2-photon imaging & excitation
- Second harmonic generation (SHG)
- Two-photon polymerization (2PP)