1064nm Picosecond OEM Pulsed Seed Laser
- 40 ps and 60 ps Pulse Width Models
- Peak Power >500 W at 1 MHz Pulse Rate
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- Center Wavelength: 1064 ± 2 nm
- > 20 nJ Energy at 40 ps Pulse Duration - Model A
- > 30 nJ Energy at 60 ps Pulse Duration - Model B
- Narrow Linewidth Ideal for Sensing Applications
- External Trigger Input and Trigger Output
- USB, RS232 Connectivity
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1064nm Picosecond OEM Fiber Laser Module Overview
The Kinos is a versatile picosecond OEM fiber laser at 1064 nm comprising a gain-switched distributed feedback (DFB) laser diode and an efficient fiber amplifier in a single package.
High Pulse Energy Diode-Based Seed Laser
Optimized for operation around 1 MHz repetition rate, it is ideal for industrial applications where high pulse energy is desired; for example combined with Ampliconyx tapered gain modules. The DFB seed’s narrow linewidth also makes the Kinos picosecond pulse laser an excellent choice for sensing applications and efficient nonlinear frequency conversion.
The diode-based seed together with polarization-maintaining design guarantee maintenance-free long-term operation. The laser includes a narrow ASE filter and an output isolator to limit feedback from successive components or amplifiers.
Two Models Balance Pulse Width and Line Width
Two different pulse-duration models are available, both with > 500 W peak power at 1 MHz pulse repetition rate. Model A has a pulse duration of 40 ±15 ps; Model B has longer pulse duration of 60 ±15 ps, but offers narrower spectrum and higher average power.
The Kinos is rated for operation between 0.5 - 10 MHz repetition frequencies where in-band ASE from the fiber amplifier is negligible. Other repetition frequencies are accessible by using external triggering.
Easy Integration and Connectivity
The Kinos is computer-controllable via USB and RS232 interfaces by using either Ampliconyx GUI or command library. The passively cooled, extremely compact housing allows the cost-efficient Kinos to be easily integrated into larger optical systems.
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