Femtosecond Lasers

LIGHT CONVERSION has worldwide recognition for its industrial-grade Yb-based PHAROS, CARBIDE, and FLINT femtosecond lasers. The PHAROS series focuses on customizability, reliability, and process-tailored output parameters, providing down to 100 fs pulse duration and up to 4 mJ pulse energy. The CARBIDE series provides a compact industrial design with air- and water-cooled models, the latter reaching 120 W output power and 2 mJ pulse energy while sustaining excellent output stability. The FLINT oscillators extend the parameter range with repetition rate from 10 to 100 MHz. All together cover a wide range of scientific, industrial, and medical applications.

Product Comparison Table
Product Maximum output power Maximum pulse energy Repetition rate Pulse duration Special features
20 W 4 mJ Single-shot – 1 MHz < 100 fs – 20 ps (tunable) CEP stabilization option
Repetition rate locking option
120 W 2 mJ Single-shot – 2 MHz < 190 fs – 20 ps (tunable) Compact footprint
Air- or water-cooled models
20 W 0.6 µJ 11, 40, or 76 MHz 1) < 50 fs / < 170 fs CEP stabilization option
Repetition rate locking option
  1. For CEP and RRL applications one can also select FLINT-FL1 model with a precise repetition rate selection from 60 to 100 MHz.
  • Tunable pulse duration, 100 fs – 20 ps
  • Maximum pulse energy of up to 4 mJ
  • Down to < 100 fs right at the output
  • Pulse-on-demand and BiBurst for pulse control
  • Up to 5th harmonic or tunable extensions
  • CEP stabilization or repetition rate locking
  • Thermally-stabilized and sealed design
  • Tunable pulse duration, 190 fs – 20 ps
  • Maximum output of 120 W and 2 mJ
  • Single-shot – 2 MHz repetition rate
  • Pulse-on-demand and BiBurst for pulse control
  • Up to 5th harmonic or tunable extensions
  • Air-cooled model
  • Compact industrial-grade design
  • 11, 40, or 76 MHz repetition rate
  • Down to 50 fs pulse duration
  • High-power models, up to 20 W
  • High-energy energy models, up to 0.6 µJ
  • Industrial-grade design for high output stability
  • CEP stabilization or repetition rate locking
  • Burst-in-burst capability – BiBurst
  • 1 kHz – 2 MHz carrier frequency
  • 190 fs – 20 ps tunable pulse duration
  • Adjustable intra-burst amplitude slope
  • Adjustable number of pulses in GHz and MHz burst
  • Wavelength tunability in an industrial design
  • Single-box solution
  • Tunable or fixed-wavelength models
  • Plug-and-play installation and robust performance
  • The most compact OPA in the market
  • 515 nm, 343 nm, 257 nm, or 206 nm output
  • Automated harmonic selection
  • Mounted directly on the laser head
  • Industrial-grade design
  • 515 nm, 343 nm, or 257 nm output
  • Automated harmonic selection
  • Mounted directly on the laser head
  • Industrial-grade design
  • 50 W UV model
  • 515 nm output
  • Automated harmonic selection
  • Integrated into the system
  • Industrial-grade design

Electrically driven amplified spontaneous emission from colloidal quantum dots

N. Ahn, C. Livache, V. Pinchetti, H. Jung, H. Jin, D. Hahm, Y. Park, and V. I. Klimov, Nature 7959 (617), 79-85 (2023).

Optically Excited Lasing in a Cavity-Based, High-Current-Density Quantum Dot Electroluminescent Device

N. Ahn, Y. Park, C. Livache, J. Du, K. Gungor, J. Kim, and V. I. Klimov, Advanced Materials 9 (35), 2206613 (2023).

Packing-induced selectivity switching in molecular nanoparticle photocatalysts for hydrogen and hydrogen peroxide production

H. Yang, C. Li, T. Liu, T. Fellowes, S. Y. Chong, L. Catalano, M. Bahri, W. Zhang, Y. Xu, L. Liu et al., Nature Nanotechnology 3 (18), 307-315 (2023).

Spin-exchange carrier multiplication in manganese-doped colloidal quantum dots

H. Jin, C. Livache, W. D. Kim, B. T. Diroll, R. D. Schaller, and V. I. Klimov, Nature Materials 8 (22), 1013-1021 (2023).

1.3% conversion efficiency terahertz source based on lithium niobate pumped by sub-millijoule ytterbium laser

L. Guiramand, J. E. Nkeck, X. Ropagnol, T. Ozaki, and F. Blanchard, in Optica High-brightness Sources and Light-driven Interactions Congress 2022, (Optica Publishing Group, 2022).

Broadband Multidimensional Spectroscopy Identifies the Amide II Vibrations in Silkworm Films

A. S. Chatterley, P. Laity, C. Holland, T. Weidner, S. Woutersen, and G. Giubertoni, Molecules 19 (27), 6275 (2022).

Charge Photogeneration and Recombination in Fluorine-Substituted Polymer Solar Cells

R. Hu, Y. Liu, J. Peng, J. Jiang, M. Qing, X. He, M. Huo, and W. Zhang, Frontiers in Chemistry 10 (2022).

Cobalt(III) Carbene Complex with an Electronic Excited-State Structure Similar to Cyclometalated Iridium(III) Compounds

N. Sinha, B. Pfund, C. Wegeberg, A. Prescimone, and O. S. Wenger, Journal of the American Chemical Society 22 (144), 9859-9873 (2022).

Compact high-flux X-ray source based on irradiation of solid targets by gigahertz and megahertz bursts of femtosecond laser pulses

L. Rimkus, I. Stasevičius, M. Barkauskas, L. Giniūnas, V. Barkauskas, S. Butkus, and M. Vengris, Optics Continuum 8 (1), 1819 (2022).

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Femtosecond Laser Systems for Science

Product catalog.

Rev. 08/02/2024. Size 17.2 MB.

Femtosecond Lasers for Industry

Product catalog.

Rev. 05/01/2024. Size 3.8 MB.

Examples of Industrial Applications

Application examples.

Rev. 05/01/2024. Size 0.6 MB.

飞秒激光器飞秒科研系统

Product catalog in Chinese.

Rev. 13/02/2024. Size 17.8 MB.

펨토초 레이저 제품 카탈로그

Product catalog in Korean.

Rev. 05/01/2024. Size 3.9 MB.

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