Carmel F - Fiber Based Femtosecond Laser with Fiber Delivery (CFL)
The Carmel F-1350 represents the first in the new F-series of fiber-delivered, femtosecond fiber lasers with output powers of over 100 mW and pulse widths of less than 200 fs. The system utilizes the same building blocks used in the industry leading Carmel X-series but with the convenience of a fiber-delivered output. The Carmel F-1350 is the perfect source for two-photon transient current injection used in the testing and characterization of integrated circuits.
The system features a single rack mountable controller with a robust armored fiber-cable output, which facilitates its incorporation into OEM designs and provides for the direct delivery of high peak power optical pulses to test samples. Similar to the X-series, a simple key switch interface provides for manual operation with full remote access through computer control.
|Central Wavelength (nm)||
1347 ± 10
|Pulse Width1 (fs)||
|Average Power (mW)||
|Pulse Energy (nJ)||
|Nominal Repetition Rate (MHz)||
|Polarization Extinction Ratio (dB)||
|Laser Dimensions (cm)||
48.2(W) x 54.2(D) x 18.7(H)
1 A sech2 pulse shape (deconvolution factor of 0.65) is used to determine the pulse width from the second harmonic autocorrelation trace.
(Due to our continuous improvement program, specifications are subject to change without notice).
Key Carmel Applications Include:
- Two photon integrated circuit testing
- Telecom component testing
- Optical-beam-induced current microscopy
- Photodetector characterization
- Optical metrology
- Multiphoton microscopy
- Materials characterization
Mendocino: Compact femtosecond fiber laser series, available as both benchtop systems (FPL-0) and OEM modules (FPL-M) with up to 350 mW average power, pulse widths from < 90 fs to 20 ps, and wavelengths from 780 nm to 1550 nm.
Carmel X: Compact high power, > 1 W average power at 780 nm, < 90 fs, ultrafast fiber lasers that incorporate both a Mendocino seed laser and a Coronado amplifier.
Cazadero: High energy, up to > 3 µJ pulse energy at 1550 nm, < 500 fs, ultrafast fiber lasers that incorporate both a Mendocino seed laser and a Coronado amplifier.