- Repetition rate from 10 to 100 MHz
- Down to 50 fs pulse duration
- High-power models, up to 20 W
- High-energy energy models, up to 0.6 µJ
- Industrial-grade design for high output stability
- CEP stabilization or repetition rate locking
FLINT is a series of Yb-based femtosecond oscillators providing state-of-the-art output parameters. Backed by the proven industrial-grade design that is the core of the PHAROS and CARBIDE laser series, FLINT oscillators ensure excellent performance and stability over a long time.
The latest FLINT-FL2 oscillators offer output power of up to 20 W, pulse energy of up to 0.6 µJ, and pulse duration of down to 50 fs at the repetition rate of 11, 20, 40, or 76 MHz. Also, the second harmonic is available with an automated and fully integrated harmonic generator, while the third and fourth harmonic is obtainable with an external harmonic generator. The FLINT-FL1 oscillators support carrier-envelope phase (CEP) stabilization or repetition rate locking (RRL) to an external source with the repetition rate selection from 60 to 100 MHz. FLINT models come in standard and short-pulse (SP) configurations to fit the needs of most industrial and scientific applications.
|Key feature||RRL or CEP||Compact footprint||Short pulse||High power and high energy|
|Pulse duration 1)||< 100 fs||< 120 fs||< 50 fs||< 120 fs||< 170 fs|
|Repetition rate||60 – 100 MHz 2)||11 MHz||20 MHz||40 MHz||76 MHz||11 MHz||20 MHz||40 MHz||76 MHz|
|Maximum output power||1 W||2 W||8 W||5 W||7 W||20 W|
|Maximum pulse energy||13 nJ 3)||26 nJ 3)||105 nJ 3)||440 nJ||250 nJ||125 nJ||65 nJ||0.6 µJ||0.35 µJ||0.5 µJ||0.26 µJ|
|Center wavelength||1035 ± 10 nm||1030 ± 3 nm||1035 ± 10 nm||1030 ± 10 nm||1026 ± 2 nm|
|Beam quality, M²||< 1.2||< 1.3||< 1.2|
|Beam pointing stability||< 10 µrad/°C|
|Pulse-to-pulse energy stability, 24 h 4)||< 0.5%|
|Long-term power stability, 100 h 4)||< 0.5%|
|Integrated 2H generator 5)||n/a||Optional; conversion efficiency > 30%|
|External 2H, 3H, or 4H generator 5)||Optional, refer to HIRO for FLINT|
- Models with shorter pulse duration available upon request.
- Standard repetition rate is 76 MHz; custom repetition rate can be selected from the given range.
- Depends on repetition rate. Approximate values are given for 76 MHz.
- With enabled power-lock, under stable. Expressed as NRMSD (normalized root mean squared deviation).
- For external 2H, or even 3H and 4H generation, refer to HIRO for FLINT.
|Laser head (L × W × H)||430 × 197 × 114 mm||542 × 322 × 146 mm|
|Power supply and chiller rack (L × W × H)||642 × 553 × 540 mm||642 × 553 × 673 mm|
|Chiller||Different options available. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Operating temperature||15 – 30 ºC (air conditioning recommended)|
|Relative humidity||< 80% (non condensing)|
|Electrical requirements||100 V AC, 7 A – 240 V AC, 3 A; 50 – 60 Hz||100 V AC, 12 A – 240 V AC, 5 A; 50 – 60 Hz|
|Rated power||200 W|
|Power consumption||100 W||150 W|
|Power consumption||200 W||800 W|
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