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Femtosecond Fiber Laser, 780nm, >1.8 nJ

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Key Features
  • Output Power >180 mW
  • Pulse Length <80 fs
  • Auxiliary Output at 1560 nm
  • Repetition Rate 50-250 MHz
  • High Stability Fiber Laser
  • Low Amplitude and Phase Noise
  • All-PM Solution
  • Single Mode-Lock State

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Product Overview:

The C-Fiber 780 is a fiber-based femtosecond laser by Menlo Systems. This device is designed to integrate the latest technologies in fiber technology into easy-to-use products. It has a unique 'Figure 9' design that results in reproducible and long-term stable operation.

The C-F 780 is a Low Power NIR Fiber Laser with a wavelength of 780nm, Average Output Power of 100 mW, Repetition Rate of 100 MHz, and Pulse Width of 120 fs.

The ‘Figure 9’ design is based on the well-established nonlinear optical loop mirror (NOLM) mode locking mechanism. With this mechanism, oscillator and amplifier use polarization maintaining (PM) fiber components only, ensuring excellent stability and low-noise operation.

The C-Fiber 780 has the highest stability and reliable operation. Its single mode lock state is <60s laser output and the repetition rate is in between 50-250MHz.

This product can be used for the following applications:
Amplifier seeding
THz generation
Ultrafast spectroscopy
Multi-Photon Microscopy

The C-Fiber 780 is maintenance free, user installed and ready to use with just a press of a button. It has many available options for customization.

The C-Fiber 780 is built to last a lifetime and has a low cost of ownership, giving you a better value in the long run.