Shown for the first time as a live-demo at this year's LASER World of PHOTONICS trade fair in Munich, TOPTICA is proud to present their newest femtosecond fiber laser FemtoFiber vario 1030 at the upcoming BIOS/PHOTONICS West in San Francisco.
With a center wavelength of 1030 nm, the laser offers 2 W of output power at a repetition rate of up to 1MHz and a pulse duration of <300 fs. The special features of this laser include variable pulse duration via GDD control, adjustable repetition rate down to pulse-on-demand, and its superior temporal and spatial beam quality.
Originally developed for ophthalmic applications, the unique capabilities of the FemtoFiber vario 1030 are an excellent fit for other applications ranging from micromachining and material processing to life science applications. With its robust, compact, passively-cooled design and its detachable laser head, the FemtoFiber vario 1030 is ideal for OEM integration and indus-trial use.
- Versatile micro-Joule fiber laser
- Superior temporal and spatial beam quality
- Adjustable repetition rate
- Pulse on demand
- Continously adjustable pulse duration
- Industrial grade, compact design
- Passively-cooled, detachable laser head
- Robust and reliable, all-PM fiber setup
- Turnkey system, compact footprint
The laser offers superior temporal and spatial beam quality, which are developed and optimized for ophthalmologic applications. The FemtoFiber vario 1030 provides large flexibility with respect to the laser parameters and features continuously adjustable pulse duration and pulse energy and a highly adjustable repetition rate down to pulse-on-demand. Due to its industrial-grade, passively-cooled design and the detachable, compact laser head, the FemtoFiber vario 1030 is an excellent fit for OEM integrators.
One of the main benefits for the user is the unique pulse-on-demand design that is provided with the laser. Unlike any other fiber-laser technology, the unique pulse-on-demand realization of the FemtoFiber vario 1030 allows the user to pick the emitted pulses directly from the fundamental pulse train of the oscillator.
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