- High conversion efficiency in MIR, 1350 – 16000 nm
- High energy and high power models for all needs
- Single-shot – 2 MHz repetition rate
- Up to 80 W pump power
- Up to 2 mJ pump pulse energy
ORPHEUS-ONE is an optical parametric amplifier (OPA) designed for the mid-infrared (MIR) spectral range from 1350 to 16000 nm. Compared to ORPHEUS-HP, it has fewer wavelength extension options but provides higher pump laser conversion efficiency into MIR.
The ORPHEUS-ONE offer the same tuning range, are reliable and easy to use, but vary based on the design automation and pump parameters. The ORPHEUS-ONE-HP enables up to 80 W pump power, while the ORPHEUS-ONE-HE accepts the same pump power but also pulse energy of up to 2 mJ.
The spectral bandwidth of ORPHEUS-ONE output is defined by the pump laser pulses; thus, for sum-frequency generation (SFG) spectroscopy and other applications requiring broad‑bandwidth infrared pulses – refer to ORPHEUS-MIR. For compact single-box solution, refer to I-OPA. For the PHAROS‑UP ultrashort-pulse laser, refer to ORPHEUS-NEO.
|Tuning range||1350 – 2000 nm (Signal)
2100 – 4500 nm (Idler)
|Maximum pump power||80 W|
|Pump pulse energy||12 – 400 µJ||400 – 2000 µJ|
|Conversion efficiency 1) @ 1550 nm||> 9%, 30 – 2000 µJ pump
> 6%, 12 – 30 µJ pump
|Spectral bandwidth||60 – 150 cm-1 @ 1450 – 2000 nm|
|Long-term power stability, 8 h 2)||< 2% @ 1550 nm|
|Pulse-to-pulse energy stability, 1 min 2)||< 2% @ 1550 nm|
- Specified as percentage of pump power.
- Expressed as NRMSD (normalized root mean squared deviation).
|Tuning range||4500 – 16000 nm (DFG)|
|Conversion efficiency 1)||> 0.3% @ 10000 nm, 30 – 2000 µJ pump
> 0.2% @ 10000 nm, 12 – 30 µJ pump
|Spectral bandwidth||60 – 120 cm-1 @ 5000 – 8000 nm|
- Specified as percentage of pump power.
|Operating temperature 1)||19 – 25 ºC (air conditioning recommended)|
|Relative humidity 1)||20 – 70% (non-condensing)|
|Electrical requirements||100 – 240 V AC, 1.4 A; 50 – 60 Hz|
|Rated power||120 W|
|Power consumption||Standby: 10 W.
Max during wavelength tuning: 100 W
- Specifications are guaranteed for a maximum temperature variation of ± 1 ºC and humidity variation of ± 10%.
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