Thorlabs MIR Supercontinuum Laser

10819 Pwest SupercontinuumSource 1


  • 300 mW Output Power Over Entire Bandwidth
  • >110 mW Output Power over 2.2 - 4.2 µm
  • 0.025% (Typical) Intensity Noise Enables Highly Sensitive Measurements
  • Robust All-Fiber Design for Hands-Off, Reliable Operation
  • Record-High Brightness Enables Remote and Standoff Detection
  • Compatible with Standard FTIR Spectrometers

The Thorlabs SC4500 is the world's first commercially available femtosecond-laser-pumped MIR Supercontinuum Source. This source emits over a wavelength range from approximately 1.3 μm to 4.5 μm (7700 cm-1 to 2200 cm-1) with >300 mW of average output power in a collimated beam. More than 110 mW of the output power is within the 2.2 - 4.2 µm (4500 cm-1 - 2400 cm-1) range, which overlaps with many gas absorption lines and other molecular signatures. The brightness of this source exceeds traditional Globars and even synchrotron sources by orders of magnitude.

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Multi-Function Supercontinuum Fibre Laser SC-Pro from YSL Photonics

The SC-Pro from YSL Photonics is a supercontinuum laser with tunable MHz-range repetition rate and adjustable power. The spectrum covers the range from 400nm to 2400nm. It’s especially suitable for fluorescence lifetime imaging, nanophotonics, infrared spectroscopy and other fields when working at the condition of 25MHz 5W. When working at 1-5MHz, it offers pulse energies of more than a micro-joule, which is ideal for fluorescence spectroscopy, or STED imaging fields.

With its unique features, SC-Pro makes it possible to generate a supercontinuum source with low repetition rate, microjoule pulse energy and high repetition rate,100 nJ pulse energy.

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