- Few cycle pulses in a compact footprint
- 800 nm, 1600 nm, 2000 nm, or 3000 nm output
- High repetition rate, up to MHz
- Industrial-grade pump, up to 320 W, 8 mJ
- Exceptional power and pulse energy stability
- CEP stabilization option
Benefiting from the industrial-grade stability and reliability of the PHAROS and CARBIDE lasers, ORPHEUS-OPCPA delivers few-cycle, CEP-stable pulses in a package as compact as our standard parametric amplifiers. All of the ORPHEUS OPCPA models use the same base architecture to produce CEP‑stable, few-cycle pulses in one of the four center wavelengths: 800 nm, 1600 nm, 2000 nm, and 3000 nm. ORPHEUS-OPCPA is available with a pulse compressor or without, thus, intended as seed sources, delivering background-free pulses with near‑single-cycle bandwidths, excellent spectral phase coherence, and CEP stability.
Using synchronized industrial-grade CARBIDE or PHAROS lasers, pump power of up to 320 W and pump pulse energy of up to 8 mJ is accessible. The use of other pump sources for higher power, such as thin-disk or innoslab lasers, is available upon request.
|Center wavelength||800 nm||1600 nm||2000 nm||3000 nm|
|Pump source 1)||PHAROS / CARBIDE|
|Pump power 1)||20 – 320 W|
|Pump pulse energy 1)||0.2 – 8 mJ|
|Repetition rate||1 kHz – 1 MHz|
|Conversion efficiency 2)||> 7%||> 10%||> 9%||> 6%|
|Pulse duration 2)||< 10 fs||< 40 fs||< 25 fs||< 45 fs|
|Transform-limited pulse duration 2) 3)||< 6 fs||< 30 fs||< 15 fs||< 35 fs|
|CEP stability, 1h 2) 4)||< 250 mrad|
|Long-term power stability, 8 h 2) 5)||< 1.5%|
|Pulse-to-pulse energy stability, 1 min 2) 5)||< 1.5%|
- For using other pump sources, such as thin-disk or innoslab lasers, contact email@example.com.
- Typical values. For custom inquiries, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Uncompressed, for seeding larger amplifiers.
- CEP values calculated from unaveraged, single-shot measurements.
- Expressed as normalized root mean squared deviation (NRMSD).
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Utilizing the temporal superresolution approach in an optical parametric synthesizer to generate multi-TW sub-4-fs light pulses
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SYLOS lasers – the frontier of few-cycle, multi-TW, kHz lasers for ultrafast applications at extreme light infrastructure attosecond light pulse source
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Thin-disk laser-pumped OPCPA system delivering 44 TW few-cycle pulses
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53 W average power CEP-stabilized OPCPA system delivering 55 TW few cycle pulses at 1 kHz repetition rate
R. Budriūnas, T. Stanislauskas, J. Adamonis, A. Aleknavičius, G. Veitas, D. Gadonas, S. Balickas, A. Michailovas, and A. Varanavičius, Optics Express 5 (25), 5797 (2017).
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Table top TW-class OPCPA system driven by tandem femtosecond Yb:KGW and picosecond Nd:YAG lasers
T. Stanislauskas, R. Budriūnas, R. Antipenkov, A. Zaukevičius, J. Adamonis, A. Michailovas, L. Giniūnas, R. Danielius, A. Piskarskas, and A. Varanavičius, Optics Express 2 (22), 1865 (2014).
Optical Parametric Chirped-Pulse Amplification (OPCPA) Systems
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