Harmonic Generators

PHAROS and CARBIDE lasers, as well as FLINT oscillators, can be equipped with modules for a high-efficiency harmonic generation. This includes industrial-grade harmonic generators (HGs), automated and fully integrated into the system, and HIRO, a free-standing module offering simultaneous outputs, thus more fitting to scientific applications. Furthermore, the selection includes SHBC, dedicated to the conversion of narrow-bandwidth picosecond pulses from the broadband output of femtosecond lasers.

Product Comparison Table
Product Design Harmonic generation Harmonic selection Maximum pump power Output pulse duration Special features
PHAROS HG logo Integrated Up to 5H Automated 80 W 150 – 300 fs Industrial-grade design
CARBIDE-HG logo 1)

Up to 5H

80 W 150 – 300 fs
FLINT-HG logo

2H

20 W 50 – 170 fs
HIRO logo
for PHAROS / CARBIDE
Free-standing Up to 5H Manual 80 W 150 – 300 fs Customizable or high energy and power models
Simultaneous outputs
Optional white light generation
HIRO logo
for FLINT
Up to 4H 4 W 50 – 170 fs
SHBC logo

2H

n/a 40 W 2 – 4 ps Narrow-bandwidth (down to < 2 cm-1)
  1. Industrial-grade 30 W UV model is also available; see specifications.
  • 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
  • 515 nm, 343 nm, 258 nm, and 206 nm outputs
  • Simple selection of active harmonic
  • Simultaneous or switchable outputs
  • Customizable or high-power and -energy models
  • 515 nm output
  • < 10 cm-1 spectral bandwidth
  • 2 – 4 ps pulse duration
  • > 30% conversion efficiency
  • Compact footprint

An Improved Transwell Design for Microelectrode Ion-Flux Measurements

B. Buchroithner, P. Spurný, S. Mayr, J. Heitz, D. Sivun, J. Jacak, and J. Ludwig, Micromachines 3 (12), 273 (2021).

Birefringent optical retarders from laser 3D-printed dielectric metasurfaces

S. Varapnickas, S. C. Thodika, F. Moroté, S. Juodkazis, M. Malinauskas, and E. Brasselet, Applied Physics Letters 15 (118), 151104 (2021).

Double Charge Transfer Dominates in Carrier Localization in Low Bandgap Sites of Heterogeneous Lead Halide Perovskites

A. Fakharuddin, M. Franckevičius, A. Devižis, A. Gelžinis, J. Chmeliov, P. Heremans, and V. Gulbinas, Advanced Functional Materials 15 (31), 2010076 (2021).

Dual Channel Microfluidics for Mimicking the Blood–Brain Barrier

B. Buchroithner, S. Mayr, F. Hauser, E. Priglinger, H. Stangl, A. R. Santa‑Maria, M. A. Deli, A. Der, T. A. Klar, M. Axmann et al., 2 (15), 2984-2993 (2021).

Vegetable Oil-Based Thiol-Ene/Thiol-Epoxy Resins for Laser Direct Writing 3D Micro-/Nano-Lithography

S. Grauzeliene, A. Navaruckiene, E. Skliutas, M. Malinauskas, A. Serra, and J. Ostrauskaite, Polymers 6 (13), 872 (2021).

3D multiphoton lithography using biocompatible polymers with specific mechanical properties

B. Buchroithner, D. Hartmann, S. Mayr, Y. J. Oh, D. Sivun, A. Karner, B. Buchegger, T. Griesser, P. Hinterdorfer, T. A. Klar et al., Nanoscale Advances 6 (2), 2422-2428 (2020).

A Bio-Based Resin for a Multi-Scale Optical 3D Printing

E. Skliutas, M. Lebedevaite, S. Kasetaite, S. Rekštytė, S. Lileikis, J. Ostrauskaite, and M. Malinauskas, Scientific Reports 1 (10) (2020).

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Product catalog.

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

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