Antares

DPSS Laser, ps Pulsed, 1035 nm, up to 40 W, up to 500 nJ, up to 80 MHz, <10 ps

Key Features:

  • Up to 40W at 1030 nm and 1064 nm
  • < 10 ps pulses
  • >500 nJ per pulse (40W version)
  • Pulse picking
  • 80 MHz Repetition Rate (40 MHz, 20 MHz and other rep. rates optional)
  • M² < 1.2
  • Narrow Linewidth
  • Rugged design
  • Low total cost of ownership

 

There are many configurations and options available. If you do not see exactly what you need below, please contact us!

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Antares ANTARES 1035-10

Ultrafast, Picosecond DPSS Laser, 1035nm, 10 ps, Narrow Linewidth, 10W, 125 nJ, 80 MHz

 

8+ weeks

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Antares ANTARES 1035-20

Ultrafast, Picosecond DPSS Laser, 1035nm, 10 ps, Narrow Linewidth, 20W, 250 nJ, 80 MHz

 

8+ weeks

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Antares ANTARES 1035-30

Ultrafast, Picosecond DPSS Laser, 1035nm, 10 ps, Narrow Linewidth, 30W, 500 nJ, 80 MHz

 

8+ weeks

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The ANTARES series of compact high-energy picosecond lasers are perfect for biophotonics and nonlinear spectroscopy applications.  The ANTARES laser system offers a quasi-continuous wave, <10 picosecond laser pulse, with a high repetition rate up to 80 MHz and a narrow linewidth.   This laser series offers average powers from 1W up to 40W at 1030 nm or 1064 nm, and remarkable beam quality with M² < 1.2. This laser series is designed for ease-of-use and features a user-friendly compact, ergonomic design to help facilitate integration. The short pulse width and narrow linewidth of this laser make it ideally suited for high-speed nonlinear spectroscopy applications such as Coherent Anti-stokes Raman spectroscopy (CARS) and Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer (FRET) microscopy. We offer additional options to the ANTARES series, including fine-tuning PRF synchronization of +/- 1 MHz, ultra-narrow linewidth < 2.5 nm (down to 0.01 nm), harmonic options, custom repetition rates, and more.

Picosecond lasers are also well-suited for multi-photon microscopy applications. Lasing at 1030nm, this laser offers many benefits for bioimaging including lower scattering and deeper penetration.  To find out more click here to download our white paper on how mode-locked lasers are used in two-photon microscopy.

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