Toptica Photonics to introduce femtosecond fiber laser at SPIE BiOS and Photonics West 2016

Jan. 27, 2016
Delivering pulses 500 mW output power at a wavelength of 780 nm.
Delivering pulses <150 fs at a repetition rate of 80 MHz, the FemtoFiber ultra NIR femtosecond fiber laser provides >500 mW output power at a wavelength of 780 nm. The laser's compact design without the need for water cooling enables use in biophotonics and microscopy, as well as semiconductor inspection and surface analysis.SPIE BiOS/Photonics West booth numbers: 8631 (BiOS) and 1023 (Photonics West)To Learn More:Contact:Toptica PhotonicsHeadquarters: Victor, NYProduct: FemtoFiber ultra NIR femtosecond fiber laserKey Features: Pulses <150 fs at a repetition rate of 80 MHzWhat Toptica Photonics says: View more information on the FemtoFiber ultra NIR femtosecond fiber laser.View More Products Locate a vendor or system integrator in our Buyer's Guide.Share new products that you think are particularly interesting or helpful by contacting Lee Dubay, Associate Editor, Laser Focus World.
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