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Femtosecond Laser, 690nm-1040nm, 2 Watts

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Key Features
  • Delivers the highest peak power to the sample
  • Wide tuning range for efficient excitation of commonly used fluorophores
  • Fully automated
  • Excellent beam and pointing stability to preserve the critical microscope alignment

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Product Overview:

The Spectra-Physics Mai Tai Ti:Sapphire oscillator is an ultrafast ti: sapphire laser with dispersion compensation. It is specifically optimized for use in general spectroscopy to multiphoton microscopy. With a uniquely patented automated dispersion compensation, this laser convey’s highest peak power in the industry, maximizing the fluorescence signal.

The Mai Tai has the largest installed base of any laser of its type. It is reliable and maintained only using proven methods of the ultra-stable regenerative mode-locking, making the Mai Tai oscillator capable of hands free, drop-out free wavelength tuning enabling speedy collection of excitation profiles all at the easy click of a mouse.

The StabiLok® real-time monitoring technology of this device enhances the system’s reliability. It provides an excellent beam pointing stability and minimal average power fluctuations. This technology also removes wavelength drift. With these two astounding features, the Mai Tai oscillator is considered as the most reliable and most versatile hands free laser source available in the industry.

This product could be used for the following applications:
Multiphoton microscopy
Time-resolved photoluminescence
Non-linear spectroscopy
Optical computed tomography
Surface second harmonic generation
Terahertz imaging
Semiconductor metrology
Materials processing
Amplifier seeding

The Mai Tai is truly a cutting-edge tool for basic research and biological imaging.