Diadem: Femtosecond Laser

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Overview of Diadem IR High-power Femtosecond Laser

The DIADEM IR series are mode-locked femtosecond (fs) lasers for optogenetics, micromachining, and many other applications.  The DIADEM is a very compact, high energy, and ultrafast laser used for advanced micromachining applications that are in need of short femtosecond laser pulse widths.  This series offers 40µJ up to 700kHz at a maximum power of 30Ws, with pulses below 400 fs up to 10 ps and rep rate capability from a single shot to 2 MHz (up to 40MHz optional) with a remarkable beam quality of M² < 1.2.  This laser series combines the most advanced electronics for on-the-fly pulse control with a compact, user-friendly, and light weight design that requires less than 5 minutes of set-up time.  It can also have and external computer-controlled frequency doubling the module which offers on-the-fly selection of 515nm, 532nm, 1030nm, and 1064nm,  allowing for both infrared and green wavelengths. The DIADEM IR has been specifically designed for demanding applications such as implantable medical device manufacturing, luxury watch manufacturing, consumers’ electronics, and optogenetics applications for instrumentation and industrial 24/7 OEM working operations.

Harvard Medical School uses the DIADEM-IR mode-locked laser to facilitate cutting-edge optogenetics research. To learn more about the use of these lasers for biophotonics Click Here.

Diadem IR features:

  • 515nm, 532nm, 1030nm, & 1064nm
  • > 30W, > 20W, & > 10W versions
  • > 40uJ pulse energy
  • <400fs – 10ps adjustable pulse duration
  • Single shot to 2MHz (up to 40MHz optional)
  • M2 < 1.2
  • Air-cooled

Applications:

  • Optogenetics
  • MicroMachining
  • Medical
  • Neurosciences
  • Bioimaging

Options:

  • SHG, THG harmonics
  • Ultra Sync: low timing jitter for ultra accurate, on-demand pulse triggering
  • Extended PRF (up to 40MHz)
  • Fiber coupling