Calmar Laser Inc

Palo Alto, CA 94303


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951 Commerical St
Palo Alto, CA 94303
United States

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High pulse energy or high power femtosecond fiber lasers for the needs of industrial and scientific end users. Supplying fiber laser systems or OEM modules worldwide at 1.55, 0.78, 1.0um.


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Mendocino femtosecond fiber laser 780nm, 100fs, 50mW, 50MHz
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Mendocino 780nm femtosecond fiber laser with compact laser head, 100fs, and average power 50mW, repetition rate 50MHz. Applications: nanolithography, multiphoton microscopy, terahertz...
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Mendocino high power 780nm femtosecond fiber laser with ultra compact laser head, 150fs, average power 500mW, repetition rate 50MHz. Applications: Multiphoton microscopy, terahertz...


FIGURE 1. Schematic of a typical ultrafast fiber-laser oscillator (a); Calmar Laser’s palm-sized Mendocino ultrafast fiber laser offers output wavelengths from 780 to 1560 nm (b).
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Compact ultrafast fiber lasers enable applications in new spaces

Fiber-based ultrafast laser platforms enable medical and industrial applications from cancer diagnosis to terahertz imaging and 3D nanoprinting.
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Calmar Laser terahertz laser system offers output power up to 200 mW at 780 or 1550 nm

The Mendocino dual-wavelength benchtop femtosecond fiber laser system for terahertz generation offers output power up to 200 mW at 780 or 1550 nm.
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FIGURE 1. Two-photon excited fluorescence images of a 300-µm-thick mouse brain slice stained with Alexa 647, with excitations at 780 nm (a) and 1300 nm (b). Measurements were taken in cooperation with the Max-Planck-Institute of Experimental Medicine (Göttingen, Germany).
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Picosecond and femtosecond fiber lasers serve industry and science

Two-photon microscopy, 3D printing, and other applications all benefit from the newest generation of ultrafast fiber lasers.
FIGURE 1. Using a Menlo Systems BlueCut microjoule femto fiber, a cross-sectional view of a bone sample cut with this laser (a; courtesy of ROWIAK GmbH), an intraocular lens fabricated out of PMMA (b), and a gold spiral for microwave applications (c; courtesy of Optec) are shown.
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Photonics Products: Femtosecond Lasers - Femtosecond fiber lasers probe and process materials in new ways

The earliest fiber lasers had a few tens of milliwatts of single-mode CW output. Today, multi-kilowatt-class fiber lasers have megahertz repetition rates and femtosecond pulse...
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Femtosecond fiber lasers from Calmar Laser have use in nonlinear applications

The Carmel X-Series 780 nm femtosecond fiber laser includes power levels >1 W and repetition rates of 100 MHz with sub-90 fs output pulse widths and beam quality M2
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Calmar Laser fiber-based femtosecond lasers have utility in multiphoton microscopy

Cazadero FLCPA-05O fiber-based femtosecond lasers are offered in both 1300 and 1700 nm wavelengths.
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Calmar Laser's seed laser has selectable wavelength between 795 and 815 nm

The Mendocino 805 nm laser for seeding Ti:sapphire lasers has a customized user-tunable version available in the 780 to 900 nm range.
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Ultrafast fiber laser from Calmar Laser provides 500 mW of output power at 780 nm

The Carmel CFL-05RFF0 fiber-based laser provides 500 mW of output power at 780 nm, with 10 nJ pulse energy and
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Laser incisions are shown for capsulotomy, followed by laser cuts to fragment the lens prior to aspiration in a typical cataract procedure using femtosecond fiber-based lasers.
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Femtosecond laser surgery affected by cavitation bubble dynamics

Sunnyvale, CA--Using a Calmar femtosecond laser, researchers at Laser Zentrum Hannover have demonstrated how cavitation bubbles affect surgical applications.

Calmar Laser secures ISO 9001:2008 certification

Sunnyvale, CA-- Developer of fiber based picosecond and femtosecond lasers, Calmar Laser, announced that it has received the International Organization for Standardization ISO...

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Femtosecond fiber laser from Calmar selected by SLAC and LBNL

Sunnyvale, CA--A femtosecond fiber laser from Calmar Laser has been selected by both SLAC and LBNL for time-resolved experiments that reveal unique structural changes in novel...

Fiber laser chirped-pulse amplifier from Calmar Laser includes a SESAM oscillator

The Cazadero fiber laser chirped-pulse amplifier provides high-energy pulses (>10 μJ) at 1030 nm.
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Calmar fiber laser provides more than 50 mW of output power

The Mendocino 780 nm laser features a pulsewidth less than 0.1 ps.