400 Femtosecond Lasers

On this page for laser pulse widths, we have a list of all of the 400 femtosecond (fs) offered by RPMC.

These 400 fs ultrafast lasers are used for advanced micromachining and optogenetics applications that are in need of short femtosecond laser pulse widths.

These high-energy, femtosecond fiber lasers operate at either 1030 or 1064 nm and are the most compact and robust air-cooled configurations on the market. These 400 fs lasers offer many pulse control features such as adjustable pulse duration, selectable repetition rate from 40 MHz down to single pulse, or fine pulse energy tuning. This tuning  allow pulses to be emitted in various modes (on demand via external signal, burst of pulses with configurable pulse separation).

Three different parameters determine the output power of a pulsed laser; the laser’s pulse width, the pulse energy, and the pulse repetition rate. If you don’t see a laser with the parameters needed, most of our lasers can be modified for your needs.

See all of our Femtosecond Lasers.

If you need help selecting the best laser for your application, or defining the laser requirements for a specific application, please contact one of our product managers for assistance.

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Picture Part Number Type Wavelength (nm) Output power (W) Pulse energy (uJ) Pulse width Rep rate Q-switch type
DIADEM Series Diadem IR Pulsed DPSS Lasers, Ultrafast Lasers 1030, 1064 10.0, 20.0, 30.0 10.0, 20.0, 30.0, 40.0 400fs, 10ps Single shot to 2MHz Active

Diadem Series


DIADEM Series is a compact, air-cooled, high energy ultrafast laser for advanced micro-machining applications that require short femtosecond pulse widths. The Diadem is available with up to 40µJ of pulse energy, 30W of average power, and operation up to 1MHz (standard), with pulses below <400 fs and an M² < 1.2. This laser has been specifically designed for demanding medical implantable device and electronics manufacturing as well as high peak power optogenetics applications.