• Truly all-fiber, SESAM-free construction
  • Pulse energy > 100 nJ
  • Power > 2 W
  • Pulse duration < 250 fs (< 100 fs optional)
  • Single-box, compact, turn-key solution
  • Easy to integrate

Halite 2 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 <250 fs (< 100 fs op.), average power over 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 (over 100 nJ) with an excellent beam quality. Halite’s industrial design enables easy integration with both experimental and commercial systems.

  Halite 2 Halite 2 – SHG
Wavelength 1030 ± 5 nm 515 ± 2.5 nm
Maximum average power > 2 W > 500 mW
Maximum pulse energy > 100 nJ > 25 nJ
System base repetition rate 20 ± 2.5 MHz 20 ± 2.5 MHz
Pulse duration < 250 fs FWHM (< 100 fs optional) < 230 fs (< 200 fs typical)
Standard GDD precompensation From -50 000 up to 10 000 fs2, factory preset Fixed at 0 fs2
Computer-controlled motorized GDD precompensation tuning Optional GDD tuning not yet available
Laser control software Included Included
All specifications are subject to change without prior notice due to continuous improvements.

Watch how we vibration test Halite SHG laser:

  • Short pulse option <100 fs
    Changes the scope of the max. average power to >1W
  • 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.

Typical beam profile

Typical temporal profile (Short Pulse option)

Typical temporal profile

Typical spectral profile

Typical power stability

Fluence Halite can be used in applications that need pure and stable laser pulses. This includes: