Non-Collinear Optical Parametric Amplifier ORPHEUS-N

  • < 30 fs pulse duration
  • Single-shot – 1 MHz repetition rate
  • Integrated prism compressor
  • Adjustable spectral bandwidth and pulse duration
  • Wavelength feedback with internal spectrometer

Features

  • < 30 fs pulse duration
  • Single-shot – 1 MHz repetition rate
  • Integrated prism compressor
  • Adjustable spectral bandwidth and pulse duration
  • Wavelength feedback with internal spectrometer

ORPHEUS-N is a non-collinear optical parametric amplifier (NOPA). Depending on the model, ORPHEUS-N has an integrated second- or third-harmonic generator producing a 515 nm or 343 nm pump, respectively. ORPHEUS-N with a second-harmonic pump (ORPHEUS-N-2H) delivers < 30 fs pulses in the 700 – 850 nm range. ORPHEUS-N with a third harmonic pump (ORPHEUS-N-3H) delivers < 30 fs pulses in the 530 – 670 nm range. An optional second harmonic generator is available, extending the tuning range down to ultraviolet (UV) spectral range.

Featuring a built-in prism-based pulse compressor, ORPHEUS-N is an invaluable instrument for ultrafast spectroscopy and nonlinear microscopy. A single PHAROS or CARBIDE femtosecond laser can pump multiple NOPAs providing pump and/or probe channels with independent wavelength tuning for your state-of-the-art experiments.

Model ORPHEUS‑N‑2H ORPHEUS‑N‑3H
Tuning range 650 – 900 nm (Signal) 520 – 900 nm (Signal)
Maximum pump power 8 W
Pump pulse energy 10 – 200 µJ 12 – 200 µJ
Conversion efficiency > 7% @ 700 nm
> 5% @ 800 nm
> 1.3% @ 580 nm
> 0.7% @ 700 nm
> 0.3% @ 800 nm
Integrated 2H / 3H generation efficiency 1) > 35% (515 nm) > 25% (343 nm)
Pulse duration after compressor < 30 fs @ 700 – 850 nm < 30 fs @ 530 – 670 nm
< 80 fs @ 670 – 900 nm
Long-term power stability, 8 h 2) < 2% @ 800 nm < 2% @ 580 nm
Pulse-to-pulse energy stability, 1 min 2) < 2% @ 800 nm < 2% @ 580 nm
  1. Not simultaneous to NOPA output.
  2. Expressed as NRMSD (normalized root mean squared deviation).
Model ORPHEUS‑N‑2H ORPHEUS‑N‑3H
Tuning range (SHS) 325 – 450 nm 260 – 450 nm
Conversion efficiency at peak > 10% of Signal
Model ORPHEUS‑N‑2H ORPHEUS‑N‑3H
Pump laser PHAROS or CARBIDE
Center wavelength 1030 ± 10 nm
Maximum pump power 8 W
Repetition rate Single-shot – 800 kHz Single-shot – 600 kHz
Pump pulse energy 10 – 200 μJ 12 – 200 μJ
Pulse duration 1) 180 – 300 fs
  1. FWHM, assuming Gaussian pulse shape.

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Momentarily trapped exciton polaron in two-dimensional lead halide perovskites

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Strained Epitaxy of Monolayer Transition Metal Dichalcogenides for Wrinkle Arrays

J. Wang, M. Han, Q. Wang, Y. Ji, X. Zhang, R. Shi, Z. Wu, L. Zhang, A. Amini, L. Guo et al., ACS Nano (2021).

The Multiple Roles of Metal Ion Dopants in Spectrally Stable, Efficient Quasi-2D Perovskite Sky-Blue Light-Emitting Devices

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Ultrafast All-Optical Switching in the Visible Spectrum with 6H Silicon Carbide

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Ultrafast generation and decay of a surface metal

L. Gierster, S. Vempati, and J. Stähler, Nature Communications 1 (12) (2021).

Vibrational coherent control of localized d–d electronic excitation

A. Marciniak, S. Marcantoni, F. Giusti, F. Glerean, G. Sparapassi, T. Nova, A. Cartella, S. Latini, F. Valiera, A. Rubio et al., Nature Physics (2021).

A combined laser-based angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy and two-photon photoemission spectroscopy study of Td–WTe2

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Isoenergetic two-photon excitation enhances solvent-to-solute excited-state proton transfer

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