Oscillator Yb – 1030 nm Industry Grade Femtosecond
This is not a usual laser. This is the superhero of laser oscillators. It has special superpowers that make it stand out from the crowd. Super-short yet ultra-fast. Small in size but very stable and robust. The earth may tremble but the laser will operate as usual. Same power, same pulse, and no degradation over many years. Meet Fluence Oscillator – the first SESAM-free and truly-all-fiber 1030 nm ultrafast laser.
This oscillator was specifically developed to be the rock-solid heart of the Fluence Jasper amplified system. It is built upon the Fluence truly-all-fiber technology, with no degradable components inside and no SESAM. The oscillator is equipped with a special self-starting solution ensuring the laser mode-locks every time. This feature together with the low size and power consumption makes the Fluence Oscillator perfect for OEM applications.
|Type of output||FC/APC|
|< 14 ± 2 ps (chirped)
|Maximum average power||>20 mW|
|Pulse energy||>1 nJ|
|Spectral bandwidth||>16 ± 2 nm FWHM|
|Beam quality||Single mode output|
|Central wavelength||1030 ± 5 nm|
|Repetition rate||20 ± 3 MHz|
All specifications are subject to change without prior notice due to continuous improvements.
- Ultra-short pulse option <200 fs
output compressor module allowing the compression of output chirped pulses. Changes the scope of the fiber output into the free-space output.
- Higher-harmonic generation option
module converting the 1030 nm output wavelength into 515 nm. Changes the scope of the output power.
- Truly all-fiber construction
- Extreme endurance to shock and vibration
- Long lifetime with no degradable components
- High temperature stability
- Small footprint
- Self-starting, OEM-ready product
Every laser we produce is subject to rigorous tests. Below you can watch how our lasers operate during the vibrational tests.
40 g shock test:
10 g vibrational test:
The Fluence Oscillator can be used in applications that need pure and stable laser pulses. Applications include:
- Seeding amplifiers
- Two photon imaging
- Ultrafast science