Multi Photon Microscopy Lasers
Multiphoton microscopy is a widely used technique in the biological sciences, where sum frequency generation within the sample can result in second harmonic generation or third harmonic generation to excite fluorescence in the sample. This process is widely used for creating fluorescence images of live cells, since the multiphoton microscopy lasers are typically in the near infrared wavelengths region, therefore reducing the potential of photochemical damage to the cells. Due to the non-linear nature of this process, multiphoton microscopy lasers must have extremely short pulses, and therefore mode-locked femtosecond lasers are typically used for this application. Additionally, as in all microscopy applications, multiphoton microscopy lasers, must also be single spatial mode to get diffraction limited performance out of the microscope objective. On this page you will find a list of our mode-locked multiphoton microscopy lasers, these mode-locked fiber lasers are ideal for multiphoton microscopy because of their short pulse width and excellent beam quality.
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ALCOR – Ultra-Compact Femtosecond Laser
wavelength pulse width output power pulse energy rep rate manufacturer application type q-switch type pulse width selection wavelength selection energy selection power selectionALCOR - Ultra-Compact Femtosecond Laser FOR BIOPHOTONICS Spark Lasers, experts in mode-locked fiber lasers, offer the ALCOR series of compact femtose... Read More
Altair: Femtosecond Laser
wavelength pulse width output power pulse energy rep rate manufacturer application type q-switch type pulse width selection wavelength selection energy selection power selectionAltair High-power, high repetition rate Femtosecond Laser for bioimaging Spark Lasers, experts in mode-locked fiber lasers, offer the ALTAIR series ... Read More