Broad-Bandwidth Hybrid Optical Parametric Amplifier ORPHEUS-F

  • Combination of the best collinear and non-collinear OPA features
  • 650 – 900 nm and 1200 – 2500 nm tuning range
  • Single-shot – 2 MHz repetition rate
  • < 100 fs pulse duration
  • Adjustable spectral bandwidth
  • Optional long pulse mode for gap-free tunability

Features

  • Combination of the best collinear and non-collinear OPA features
  • 650 – 900 nm and 1200 – 2500 nm tuning range
  • Single-shot – 2 MHz repetition rate
  • < 100 fs pulse duration
  • Adjustable spectral bandwidth
  • Optional long pulse mode for gap-free tunability

ORPHEUS-F is a hybrid optical parametric amplifier (OPA), combining the short pulse duration produced by a non‑collinear OPA (NOPA) and the wide tuning range offered by a collinear OPA.

The Signal pulses of ORPHEUS-F are tunable in a 650 – 900 nm range and can be compressed with a simple prism-based compressor down to 25 – 70 fs pulse duration. The Idler pulses are tunable in a 1200 – 2500 nm range and reach pulse duration of 40 – 100 fs. In addition, a long-pulse mode is available for accessing the 900 – 1200 nm tuning range; thus, enabling a gap-free tunability.

ORPHEUS-F provides significantly shorter pulses compared to the standard ORPHEUS model and a wider tuning range compared to the non-collinear ORPHEUS-N. Thus, for many scientific applications, ORPHEUS-F is the optimal choice.

Model ORPHEUS‑F
Mode of operation Short pulse mode 1) Long pulse mode
Tuning range 650 – 900 nm (Signal)
1200 – 2500 nm (Idler)
650 – 1010 nm (Signal)
1050 – 2500 nm (Idler)
Maximum pump power 80 W
Pump pulse energy 10 – 500 µJ
Conversion efficiency at peak 2) > 10% (Signal and Idler combined)
Integrated 2H (515 nm) generation efficiency 3) > 35 %
Pulse duration before compression 1) < 290 fs
Spectral bandwidth 200 – 750 cm-1 @ 650 – 900 nm 75 – 220 cm-1 @ 650 – 900 nm
Pulse duration after compressor 1) < 55 fs @ 800 – 900 nm
< 70 fs @ 650 – 800 nm
< 100 fs @ 1200 – 2000 nm
n/a
Compressor transmission > 65% @ 650 – 900 nm
> 80% @ 1200 – 2000 nm
Long-term power stability, 8h 4) < 2% @ 800 nm
Pulse-to-pulse energy stability, 1 min 4) < 2% @ 800 nm
  1. In short pulse mode, broadband pulses are compressed externally. Typical pulse duration before compression: 120 – 250 fs, after compression: 25 – 70 fs @ 650 – 900 nm, 40 – 100 fs @ 1200 – 2000 nm.
  2. Specified as percentage of pump power.
  3. At designated output port; not simultaneous to OPA output.
  4. Expressed as NRMSD (normalized root mean squared deviation).
Model ORPHEUS‑F
Mode of operation Short pulse mode 2) Long pulse mode
325 – 450 nm (SHS) > 1% n/a
325 – 505 nm (SHS) n/a > 1%
525 – 650 nm (SHI) > 0.5%
600 – 650 nm (SHI) > 0.5% n/a
210 – 252 nm (FHS) n/a > 0.1%
263 – 325 nm (FHI) > 0.1%
2500 – 15000 nm See ORPHEUS-MIR
  1. For > 15 µJ pump pulse energy.
  2. In short pulse mode, broadband pulses are compressed externally. Typical pulse duration before compression: 120 – 250 fs, after compression: 25 – 70 fs @ 650 – 900 nm, 40 – 100 fs @ 1200 – 2000 nm.
Model ORPHEUS-F
Pump laser PHAROS or CARBIDE
Center wavelength 1030 ± 10 nm
Maximum pump power  80 W
Repetition rate Single-shot – 2 MHz
Pump pulse energy 10 – 500 μJ
Pulse duration 1) 180 – 300 fs
  1. FWHM, assuming Gaussian pulse shape.

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