- 515 nm, 343 nm, 257 nm, or 206 nm output
- Automated harmonic selection
- Mounted directly on the laser head
- Industrial-grade design
PHAROS lasers equipped with automated harmonic generators (HGs) provide a selection of fundamental (1030 nm), second (515 nm), third (343 nm), fourth (257 nm), or fifth (206 nm) harmonic outputs using software control.
HGs are perfect for industrial applications that require a single-wavelength output. Modules, mounted directly at the output of the laser, are fully integrated into the system.
|Model||2H (-HE)||2H-3H (-HE)||2H-4H (-HE)||4H-5H|
|Output wavelength 1)
|Pump pulse energy||20 – 3000 μJ||50 – 3000 μJ||20 – 3000 μJ||200 – 1000 μJ|
|Pump pulse duration||100 – 500 fs|
|Conversion efficiency||> 50% (2H)||> 50% (2H)
> 25% (3H)
|> 50% (2H)
> 10% (4H) 2)
|> 10% (4H) 2)
> 5% (5H) 3)
|Beam quality (M2) typical values||≤ 400 μJ pump||< 1.15 (2H)||< 1.15 (2H)
< 1.2 (3H)
|< 1.15 (2H)
|> 400 μJ pump||< 1.2 (2H)||< 1.2 (2H)
< 1.3 (3H)
|< 1.2 (2H)
- Depends on pump laser model.
- Maximum output power of 1 W. Please contact email@example.com for higher power option.
- Maximum output power of 150 mW.
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Characterization of skeletal muscle passive mechanical properties by novel micro-force sensor and tissue micro-dissection by femtosecond laser ablation
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PHAROS Modular-Design Femtosecond Lasers for Industry and Science
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