Ekspla Femtosecond

  • Ekspla FemtoLux 30 Industrial Femtosecond Laser

    Ekspla FemtoLux 30 Industrial Femtosecond Laser

    Ekspla's FemtoLux 30 is a reliable and versatile femtosecond laser designed from the get-go for maximum reliability, seamless integration and non-stop 24/7/365 zero maintenance operation with innovative ”dry” cooling.

  • Ekspla FemtoLux 3: Microjoule Class Industrial Grade Femtosecond Fiber Laser

    Ekspla FemtoLux 3: Microjoule Class Industrial Grade Femtosecond Fiber Laser

    Ekspla's FemtoLux 3 is a modern industrial femtosecond laser aimed for micromachining, engraving and ophthalmologic surgery applications. Laser delivers up to 3 W of average power and up to 2 μJ femtosecond pulse energy. FemtoLux 3 is a flexible platform which allows to optimize output parameters for the desired process. The repetition rate as well as the output power can be easily changed with integrated pulse picker. With burst mode enabled FemtoLux 3 can generate bursts of pulses with energy above 10 µJ with burst shape pre-programed or controlled in real time. Pulse duration can also be programmed up to 5 ps. Read more.

  • Ekspla UltraFlux HE series: High Energy Femtosecond OPCPA Systems

    Ekspla UltraFlux HE series: High Energy Femtosecond OPCPA Systems

    Ekspla's High Energy UltraFlux laser series delivers up to 30 TW peak power operating up to 10 Hz. Originally built for ELI‑ALPS (Extreme Light Infrastructure – Attosecond Light Pulse Source) in Hungary, this series is now available for a wide variety of applications.

  • Ekspla UltraFlux HR series: High Repetition Rate Tunable Wavelength Femtosecond OPCPA Systems

    Ekspla UltraFlux HR series: High Repetition Rate Tunable Wavelength Femtosecond OPCPA Systems

    Ekspla's UltraFlux HR series is a compact high repetition rate tunable wavelength femtosecond laser system which incorporates the advantages of dual output ultrafast fiber laser, solid-state and parametric chirped pulse amplification technologies.

  • Ekspla UltraFlux Custom Multi TW Few cycle OPCPA systems

    Ekspla UltraFlux Custom Multi TW Few cycle OPCPA systems

    Since their invention, lasers have been extremely effective to improve our understanding of the molecular and atomic structure of matter and the associated dynamical events. However, laser pulse energy was not enough to probe deeper – into nucleons and their components the quarks or to dissociate the vacuum. A new type of large-scale laser infrastructure specifically designed to produce the highest peak power and focused intensity was established by the European Community: the Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI). ELI was designed to be the first exawatt class laser facility, equivalent to 1000 times the National Ignition Facility (NIF) power. Producing kJ of power over 10 fs, ELI will afford wide benefits to society ranging from improvement of oncology treatment, medical and biomedical imaging, fast electronics and our understanding of aging nuclear reactor materials to development of new methods of nuclear waste processing.

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