Laser Quantum MHz

  • Watch Laser Quantum helixx Two-Photon Microscopy animation

    Watch Laser Quantum helixx Two-Photon Microscopy animation

    Achieving high resolution and increasing imaging speeds are two critical factors for effective two-photon microscopy. The newest animation from Laser Quantum demonstrates how the Laser Quantum helixx, with a repetition rate of 250 MHz, is tailored to the decay times of typical fluorophores to reduce photobleaching and toxicity and increase imaging speed and cell view times. Its short pulse duration (sub 50 fs) maintains a high efficiency of the process creating bright images.

    Watch our video to see how the Laser Quantum helixx can be used to support your two-photon microscopy applications: 

  • Laser Quantum femtosecond MHz range

    Laser Quantum femtosecond MHz range

    The Laser Quantum MHz range is based on meeting the needs of the application by offering different architectures, pulse durations and operations. The self-starting and maintaining mechanism of the gecco takes only the start button and mode locking is achieved within 5 minutes. The venteon range is based on ultra-short pulse durations.

    gecco - Power, pulse duration and repetition rate options are available

    venteon one - Compact and robust source for sub 8 fs pulses

    venteon power - Sub 8 fs pulses optimised for maximum power

    To find out more detailed information on each of the above lasers, please click on the individual links.

  • Laser Quantum venteon CEP5 femtosecond laser

    venteon CEP5

    The Laser Quantum venteon CEP5 laser is a complete carrier-envelope-phase (CEP) stabilised laser system that utilises the exceptional spectral characteristics of the venteon ultra oscillator for a direct realisation of sub-two cycle CEP stable laser pulses with less than 50 as timing jitter. The CEP5 locking approach is the most natural way of locking the CEP by only filtering the spectral wings and is thus efficient and low-noise. Most importantly, it does not affect the properties of the ultrashort output beam by avoiding refractive elements as an AOFS in the beam path. In addition to the CEP-ready octave-spanning oscillator, this system includes an f-to-2f interferometer for fCEO beat generation next to a low-noise pump laser with CEPLoQ??? technology, locking electronics by Menlo Systems (Syncro) and measurement equipment.

  • Laser Quantum venteon dual femtosecond laser

    venteon dual

    The Laser Quantum venteon dual laser system represents the ideal front-end for broadband few-cycle OPCPA applications. The spectral bandwidth of this laser allows for the generation of broadband sub-5.5 fs pulses as a signal for a NOPA stage and additionally provides sufficient pulse energy for seeding an Yb-based amplifier pump stage. The pulses are provided by two separate output ports and are intrinsically self-synchronized with ultra-low timing jitter.

  • Laser Quantum venteon one femtosecond laser


    The Laser Quantum  venteon one femtosecond laser system is a compact, low-priced and robust source for ultrashort pulses <7.5 fs (transform limited <8 fs (measured) on a compact footprint of only 260 mm x 600 mm. The monoblock design is optimised for low pump threshold and includes an integral pump laser.

  • Laser Quantum venteon power femtosecond laser

    venteon power

    The Laser Quantum  venteon power laser system integrates a state of the art DPSS pump laser on an advanced, monolithic breadboard and is designed, then optimised to offer the highest possible power output for the configuration. This system delivers >560 mW of sub-7.5 fs short laser pulses directly out of the box (7.5 nJ @ 80 MHz repetition rate).

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