900 Femtosecond Lasers
These 900 femtosecond (fs) ultrafast lasers combines the reliability and low maintenance of state of the art fiber oscillators with a solid-state amplifier. The ultra-compact laser head has the smallest footprint currently available and enables easy system integration.
High stability and long lifetime are provided by design for 24/7 industrial use. The multi-megawatt level peak-power and ultrafast pulses delivered are suitable for processing the most demanding materials including transparent glasses and plastics. Typical applications include photovoltaic and electronics production, display glass processing as well as security and decorative marking.
Three different parameters determine the output power of a pulsed laser; the laser’s pulse width, the pulse energy, and the pulse repetition rate. On this page for laser pulse widths, we have a list of all of the 900 femtosecond (900fs lasers) offered by RPMC.
See all of our Femtosecond Lasers.
A millisecond (ms or msec) is one thousandth of a second.
A microsecond (µs or µsec) is one millionth (10 -6 ) of a second.
A nanosecond (ns or nsec) is one billionth (10 -9) of a second.
A picosecond (ps) is one trillionth (10 -12 ) of a second or one millionth of a microsecond.
A femtosecond (fs) is one quadrillionth (10 -15 ) of a second
An attosecond is one quintillionth (10 -18 ) of a second.
If you have any questions or need help selecting the right femtosecond laser: