- Picosecond pulses from femtosecond pump
- 210 – 4800 nm tuning range
- 800 fs – 3 ps pulse duration
- < 20 cm-1 spectral bandwidth
- Up to 100 kHz repetition rate
- High output stability
ORPHEUS-PS is a narrow-bandwidth optical parametric amplifier (OPA), designed for PHAROS and CARBIDE lasers. The device is pumped by picosecond pulses produced in a second harmonic bandwidth compressor SHBC and is seeded by a white-light continuum generated by femtosecond pulses. This enables very high pulse-to-pulse energy stability compared to other methods for generating tunable picosecond pulses. The white-light generation is integrated into the same housing as the amplification, enabling high long-term stability and ease of use. The system features high conversion efficiency, bandwidth- and diffraction-limited output, and full computer control.
Part of the pump laser radiation can be split to simultaneously pump a femtosecond OPA, giving access to the complete set of beams necessary for versatile spectroscopy applications such as femtosecond stimulated Raman spectroscopy (FSRS) and sum-frequency generation (SFG) spectroscopy.
- Femtosecond stimulated Raman spectroscopy (FSRS)
- Sum-frequency generation (SFG) spectroscopy
|Tuning range 1)||640 – 1000 nm (Signal)
1060 – 2600 nm (Idler)
|Conversion efficiency||> 6% @ 700 nm|
|Pulse duration||800 fs – 3 ps|
|Spectral bandwidth||< 20 cm-1 @ 700 – 2000 nm|
|Pulse-to-pulse energy stability 2)||< 2% @ 800 nm|
- For single wavelength (515 nm) picosecond output, refer to SHBC.
- Expressed as NRMSD (normalized root mean squared deviation).
|Center wavelength 1)||515 nm ± 5 nm|
|Generation efficiency 2)||> 15%|
- Direct SHBC output, not simultaneous to OPA; see details in SHBC specifications.
- Specified as percentage of pump pulse energy.
|Center wavelength 1)||1030 ± 10 nm|
|Pulse duration||< 300 fs|
|Pulse energy||> 5 µJ|
- Compressed pump output.
|SH package at peak
320 – 500 nm (SHS), 530 – 640 nm (SHI)
|> 3% @ 350 nm|
|FH package at peak
210 – 250 nm (FHS), 265 – 320 nm (FHI)
|> 0.3% @ 230 nm|
|2400 – 4800 nm (DFG)||> 0.25% @ 3200 nm 1)|
- For > 200 µJ pump pulse energy.
|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%.
For custom tuning curves visit Optics ToolBox.
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ORPHEUS-PS Narrow-Bandwidth Optical Parametric Amplifier
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