Femtosecond Lasers

LIGHT CONVERSION has worldwide recognition for its industrial-grade Yb-based PHAROS and CARBIDE femtosecond lasers and FLINT femtosecond oscillators. The PHAROS series focuses on customizability, reliability, and process-tailored laser output parameters, with the most recent models providing down to 100 fs pulse duration and up to 4 mJ pulse energy. The CARBIDE series provides a compact industrial-grade design with air- and water-cooled models, the latter reaching 80 W output power and 2 mJ pulse energy while sustaining excellent long-term power stability and pulse-to-pulse energy stability. The FLINT oscillators extend the parameter range with the selection of 11, 20, 40, or 76 MHz repetition rate. Thus, 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 CEP stabilization option
Repetition rate locking option
80 W 2 mJ Single-shot – 2 MHz 190 fs – 20 ps Compact footprint
Air- or water-cooled models
20 W 0.6 µJ 11, 20, 40, or 76 MHz 1) 40 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.


  • 100 fs – 20 ps tunable pulse duration
  • 4 mJ maximum pulse energy
  • 20 W maximum output power
  • Single-shot – 1 MHz repetition rate
  • BiBurst
  • Automated harmonic generators (up to 5th harmonic)
  • 190 fs – 20 ps tunable pulse duration
  • 2 mJ maximum pulse energy
  • 80 W maximum output power
  • Single-shot – 2 MHz repetition rate
  • BiBurst
  • Air-cooled version
  • 11, 20, 40, or 76 MHz repetition rate
  • < 50 fs pulse duration
  • Up to 0.6 µJ pulse energy
  • Up to 20 W output power
  • Industrial-grade design
  • 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
  • Tunable or fixed-wavelength models
  • Industrial-grade design
  • Plug-and-play installation and user-friendly operation
  • Single-shot – 2 MHz repetition rate
  • Up to 40 W pump power
  • < 100 fs pulse duration
  • 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
  • 30 W UV model option
  • 515 nm output
  • Automated harmonic selection
  • Integrated into the system
  • Industrial-grade design
  • Simultaneous or separate oscillator output
  • Uncompressed laser output
  • Seeding by an external oscillator
  • Beam-splitting options

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Insight into perovskite light-emitting diodes based on PVP buffer layer

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Photocatalytic overall water splitting under visible light enabled by a particulate conjugated polymer loaded with iridium

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Utilizing the temporal superresolution approach in an optical parametric synthesizer to generate multi-TW sub-4-fs light pulses

A. A. Muschet, A. D. Andres, P. Fischer, R. Salh, and L. Veisz, Optics Express 3 (30), 4374 (2022).

Adenine Radical Cation Formation by a Ligand-Centered Excited State of an Intercalated Chromium Polypyridyl Complex Leads to Enhanced DNA Photo-oxidation

F. A. Baptista, D. Krizsan, M. Stitch, I. V. Sazanovich, I. P. Clark, M. Towrie, C. Long, L. Martinez‑Fernandez, R. Improta, N. A. P. Kane‑Maguire et al., (2021).

All-optical polarization and amplitude modulation of second-harmonic generation in atomically thin semiconductors

S. Klimmer, O. Ghaebi, Z. Gan, A. George, A. Turchanin, G. Cerullo, and G. Soavi, (2021).

All-optical sampling of few-cycle infrared pulses using tunneling in a solid

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An Improved Transwell Design for Microelectrode Ion-Flux Measurements

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An ultrafast vibrational study of dynamical heterogeneity in the protic ionic liquid ethyl-ammonium nitrate. I. Room temperature dynamics

C. A. Johnson, A. W. Parker, P. M. Donaldson, and S. Garrett‑Roe, The Journal of Chemical Physics 13 (154), 134502 (2021).

Biodegradable Harmonophores for Targeted High-Resolution In Vivo Tumor Imaging

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Femtosecond Laser Systems for Science

Product catalog.

Rev. 21/06/2022. Size 15.4 MB.

Femtosecond Lasers for Industry

Product catalog.

Rev. 21/06/2022. Size 2.4 MB.

Examples of Industrial Applications

Application examples.

Rev. 20/12/2021. Size 1.6 MB.


Product catalog in Chinese.

Rev. 03/05/2021. Size 12.5 MB.

Femtosecond Lasers for Industry

Product catalogue in Korean. 제품 카탈로그.

Rev. 21/06/2022. Size 2.5 MB.