- Two simultaneous independently tunable outputs
- 210 – 16000 nm tuning range
- Single-shot – 2 MHz repetition rate
- Up to 60 W, 0.5 mJ pump
- Compact and cost-effective
- CEP-stable option
ORPHEUS-TWINS consists of two independently tunable optical parametric amplifiers (OPAs) in a compact footprint. The OPAs are optically synchronized and provide simultaneous outputs. Integrated into a single housing, both OPAs share the same white-light seed enabling the generation of broadband mid-infrared (MIR) radiation with a passively stable carrier‑envelope phase (CEP).
For high-repetition-rate (76 MHz) dual-output source, refer to CRONUS-2P.
|Tuning range||Choose between ORPHEUS, ORPHEUS-F, and ORPHEUS-ONE configurations|
|Output pulse energy||Depends on configuration, check the specifications of the chosen models|
|Spectral bandwidth||Depends on configuration, 100 – 750 cm-1|
|Pulse duration||Depends on configuration, down to < 50 fs|
|Supported repetition rates||Single-shot – 2 MHz|
|Dimensions, incl. wavelength separators (W × L × H)||810 × 430 × 164 mm|
|Dimensions of system with PHAROS and beam routing (W × L × H)||910 × 850 × 215 mm|
|Operating temperature 1)||19 – 25 ºC (air conditioning recommended)|
|Relative humidity 1)||20 – 70% (non-condensing)|
|Electrical requirements||100 – 240 V AC, 4.5 A; 50 – 60 Hz|
|Rated power||280 W|
|Power consumption||Standby: 20 W
Max during wavelength tuning: 200 W
- Specifications are guaranteed for a maximum temperature variation of ± 1 oC and humidity variation of ± 10%.
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