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Where to Buy Mode-locked Fiber Lasers

Fiber lasers can be mode-locked with various techniques for obtaining picosecond of femtosecond pulses. Mode-locked violators can be used for optical communications and in optical frequency metrology, for example.

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Lasers for the Molecular Age

Cycle GmbH

Luruper Hauptstr. 1
22547 Hambburg
Germany
www.cyclelasers.com

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mode-locked fiber lasers

Cycle offers finest femtosecond fiber lasers with emission wavelengths from 532 nm to 1700 nm. The SOPRANO-15 is meant for laser material processing and emits 300-fs pulses with variable repetition rates and up to 5 μJ at 1560 nm (optional: 780 nm). The SOPRANO-13/17 mini is a multi-wavelength femtosecond fiber laser which is simultaneously tunable around 1300 nm and 1700 nm. For more power, take the SOPRANO-13/17.

All wavelengths.

TOPTICA Photonics AG

Lochhamer Schlag 19
82166 Gräfelfing
Germany
www.toptica.com

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mode-locked fiber lasers

TOPTICA's FemtoFiber lasers provide reliable femto-/picosecond pulses based on polarization-maintaining fibers and SAM mode-locking. Different models (1560/780 nm, VIS/NIR tunable output, IR/NIR supercontinuum, short-pulse) cover a wide range of applications, e.g. time-domain terahertz, microscopy, attoscience and as seed lasers.

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MPB Communications

Head Office
147 Hymus Boulevard
Montreal, Quebec H9R 1E9
Canada
mpbcommunications.com

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mode-locked fiber lasers

MPBC's high-power mode-locked femtosecond fiber lasers operate in the 920-nm, 1140-nm and 1190-nm spectral region – which is traditionally covered by ultrafast Ti:sapphire lasers and optical parametric oscillators. They generate linearly polarized nearly transformed-limited pulses with a pulse duration of 200 fs, at a repetition rate of 80 MHz and an average power of 1 W. Compact and maintenance-free, the lasers are fiber-based, have a very good beam profile, and do not require optical alignment.

MPBC’s mode-locked picosecond fiber lasers operate in the 1-µm or the 1.5-µm regime. Based on an all-fiber design, the MLFL is highly reliable (10,000 hrs) and maintenance-free. Laser emission wavelength, repetition rate, pulse width and output power can be customized to meet specific customer requirements with average output powers of up to 3000 mW, depending upon the configuration. To ensure an environmentally-stable linearly-polarized output and turnkey self-start operation, all components are made of polarization-maintaining fiber.

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Vescent Photonics

14998 W. 6th Ave., Suite 700
Golden, CO 80401
United States
www.vescent.com

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mode-locked fiber lasers

The MLL-100 generates sub-100 fs laser pulses at 100 and 200 MHz. Control inputs for cavity length and oscillator pump power allow control over fopt and fCEO, respectively.

Creating new standards in ultrafast fiber laser technology

VALO Innovations GmbH

Hollerithallee 17
30419 Hannover
Germany
www.valo-innovations.com

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mode-locked fiber lasers

The unique, completely passively cooled ultrafast fiber laser Aalto is perfectly suited for multiphoton applications like two-photon microscopy. The pulse durations below 50 fs lead to an increased signal-to-noise ratio and a better resolution and scan depth compared to longer pulses. The system contains of a dispersion pre-compensation module allowing the shortest pulse duration at your sample.

The ultrafast fiber laser Tidal is a high power version of the Aalto. A power level of >3 W and <50-fs pulses result in peak power values above 2 MW. The system is best suited for multiphoton applications like two-photon microscopy or high precision micro- and nano material processing. An integrated dispersion pre-compensation module allows the shortest pulse duration at your sample.

Innovative and Reliable

AdValue Photonics

2700 E. Bilby Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85706
United States
www.advaluephotonics.com
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mode-locked fiber lasers

AdValue Photonics offers picosecond and femtosecond mode-locked fiber lasers emitting in the 2-μm spectral region:

  • The AP-ML1 offers up to 10 kW peak power in <3-ps pulses with 20–40 MHz pulse repetition rate.
  • The AP-ML2 generates 800-fs pulses with up to 10 μJ pulse energy and up to 500 kHz repetition rate.
  • The AP-ML is a seed laser available with pulse durations between 350 fs and 950 fs. Repetition rates can be between 20 MHz and 50 MHz.

All those devices have a good output beam quality.

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Menlo Systems GmbH

Bunsenstr. 5
82152 Martinsried
Germany
www.menlosystems.com

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mode-locked fiber lasers

Menlo Systems' femtosecond fiber lasers based on Menlo figure 9® patented laser technology are unique in regard to user-friendliness and robustness. We offer solutions for scientific research as well as laser models engineered for OEM integration. From the shortest pulses to highest average power beyond 10 Watts and pulse energy beyond 10 μJ, we have the solution for your application ranging from basic research to industrial applications in spectroscopy, quality control, and material processing.

We Laser The New Industry

FYLA LASER S.L.

Ronda Guglielmo Marconi 12
CP 46980, Paterna
Spain
www.fyla.com

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mode-locked fiber lasers

At FYLA we develop pulsed fiber lasers with pulse durations in the range of nanosecond, picosecond, and femtosecond. Our lasers are used in a lot of applications, from microscopy (as two-photon microscopy, SHG, SPIM, OCT) up to characterization of the semiconductors, providing a greater level of robustness, higher lifetimes, and a cost-effective solution.

Thorlabs

56 Sparta Avenue
Newton, NJ 07860
United States
www.thorlabs.com
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mode-locked fiber lasers

Among its portfolio, Thorlabs manufactures several mode-locked femtosecond fiber laser systems, including stand-alone systems at 2 µm and 1550 nm as well as an all-fiber mid-IR supercontinuum laser driven by a mode-locked pump laser. These systems compliment our family of ultrafast lasers, amplifiers and specialized optics, including chirped mirrors, low GDD mirrors/beamsplitters, and dispersion compensating fiber.

Solutions for Innovators

NKT Photonics

Blokken 84
3460 Birkerød
Denmark
mode-locked fiber lasers

NKT Photonics' passively mode-locked ultrafast fiber lasers exhibit a compact packaging and the lowest phase noise on the market. A special hybrid laser setup, consisting of state-of-the-art polarization-maintaining (PM) fiber technology and advanced dispersion control, allows for high pulse energy generation while supporting perfectly transform-limited soliton pulses without Kelly-sidebands, temporal pedestals, or satellite pulses. NKT Photonics lasers have been designed for high precision applications requiring long-term amplitude stability, low phase noise, and timing jitter, and 24/7 maintenance-free operation.

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Innovative and Reliable

AdValue Photonics

2700 E. Bilby Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85706
United States
www.advaluephotonics.com
E-mail:
mode-locked fiber lasers

AdValue Photonics offers picosecond and femtosecond mode-locked fiber lasers emitting in the 2-μm spectral region:

  • The AP-ML1 offers up to 10 kW peak power in <3-ps pulses with 20–40 MHz pulse repetition rate.
  • The AP-ML2 generates 800-fs pulses with up to 10 μJ pulse energy and up to 500 kHz repetition rate.
  • The AP-ML is a seed laser available with pulse durations between 350 fs and 950 fs. Repetition rates can be between 20 MHz and 50 MHz.

All those devices have a good output beam quality.

Calmar Laser

951 Commercial Street
Palo Alto, CA 94303
United States
www.calmarlaser.com
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Enlight Technologies, Inc.

3455 NW John Oslen Pl.
Hillsboro, OR 97124
United States
www.enlight-tech.com
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Laser-Femto, Inc.

144 Old Lystra Road
Chapel Hill, NC 27517
United States

Pritel

513 Weston Ridge Dr., P. O. Box 4025
Naperville, IL 60567–4025
United States

Thorlabs

56 Sparta Avenue
Newton, NJ 07860
United States
www.thorlabs.com
E-mail:
mode-locked fiber lasers

Among its portfolio, Thorlabs manufactures several mode-locked femtosecond fiber laser systems, including stand-alone systems at 2 µm and 1550 nm as well as an all-fiber mid-IR supercontinuum laser driven by a mode-locked pump laser. These systems compliment our family of ultrafast lasers, amplifiers and specialized optics, including chirped mirrors, low GDD mirrors/beamsplitters, and dispersion compensating fiber.

UpTek Solutions Corp.

130-A Knickerbocker Avenue
Bohemia, NY 11716
United States

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Vescent Photonics

14998 W. 6th Ave., Suite 700
Golden, CO 80401
United States
www.vescent.com

E-mail:
mode-locked fiber lasers

The MLL-100 generates sub-100 fs laser pulses at 100 and 200 MHz. Control inputs for cavity length and oscillator pump power allow control over fopt and fCEO, respectively.

From America:

Femtum

1405, blv du Parc Technologique, 2nd floor
Québec (Qc) G1P 4R1
Canada
www.femtum.com
E-mail:

MPB Communications

Head Office
147 Hymus Boulevard
Montreal, Quebec H9R 1E9
Canada
mpbcommunications.com

E-mail:
mode-locked fiber lasers

MPBC's high-power mode-locked femtosecond fiber lasers operate in the 920-nm, 1140-nm and 1190-nm spectral region – which is traditionally covered by ultrafast Ti:sapphire lasers and optical parametric oscillators. They generate linearly polarized nearly transformed-limited pulses with a pulse duration of 200 fs, at a repetition rate of 80 MHz and an average power of 1 W. Compact and maintenance-free, the lasers are fiber-based, have a very good beam profile, and do not require optical alignment.

MPBC’s mode-locked picosecond fiber lasers operate in the 1-µm or the 1.5-µm regime. Based on an all-fiber design, the MLFL is highly reliable (10,000 hrs) and maintenance-free. Laser emission wavelength, repetition rate, pulse width and output power can be customized to meet specific customer requirements with average output powers of up to 3000 mW, depending upon the configuration. To ensure an environmentally-stable linearly-polarized output and turnkey self-start operation, all components are made of polarization-maintaining fiber.

O/E Land Inc.

7639 Cordner
Lasalle, Quebec H8N 2X2
Canada
Outside America:

Active Fiber Systems GmbH

Ernst-Ruska-Ring 17
07745 Jena
Germany
www.afs-jena.de
E-mail:

Alnair Labs

Westside Gotanda 2F, 6–2–7 Nishi-Gotanda,
Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 141–0031
Japan

ALPHALAS GmbH

Bertha-von-Suttner-Str. 5
37085 Göttingen
Germany

Chromacity Ltd.

Livingstone House
43 Discovery Terrace
Edinburgh EH14 4AP
United Kingdom

Lasers for the Molecular Age

Cycle GmbH

Luruper Hauptstr. 1
22547 Hambburg
Germany
www.cyclelasers.com

E-mail:
mode-locked fiber lasers

Cycle offers finest femtosecond fiber lasers with emission wavelengths from 532 nm to 1700 nm. The SOPRANO-15 is meant for laser material processing and emits 300-fs pulses with variable repetition rates and up to 5 μJ at 1560 nm (optional: 780 nm). The SOPRANO-13/17 mini is a multi-wavelength femtosecond fiber laser which is simultaneously tunable around 1300 nm and 1700 nm. For more power, take the SOPRANO-13/17.

ELUXI Ltd.

Advanced Technology Innovation Centre
Loughborough University Science and Enterprise Parks
5 Oakwood Drive
Loughborough LE11 3QF
United Kingdom
www.eluxi.co.uk
E-mail:

EuroLase

Profsoyuznaya, 93-A, 404
117279, Moscow
Russia

We Laser The New Industry

FYLA LASER S.L.

Ronda Guglielmo Marconi 12
CP 46980, Paterna
Spain
www.fyla.com

E-mail:
mode-locked fiber lasers

At FYLA we develop pulsed fiber lasers with pulse durations in the range of nanosecond, picosecond, and femtosecond. Our lasers are used in a lot of applications, from microscopy (as two-photon microscopy, SHG, SPIM, OCT) up to characterization of the semiconductors, providing a greater level of robustness, higher lifetimes, and a cost-effective solution.

LAS Photonics

4 Ha'Horesh Road
Yehud 5647003
Israel

Lumos Laser Ltd.

Boğaziçi Teknopark 305
Istanbul, 34470
Turkey
lumoslaser.com
E-mail:

Precision in photonics. Together we shape light.

Menlo Systems GmbH

Bunsenstr. 5
82152 Martinsried
Germany
www.menlosystems.com

E-mail:
(See the company profile page for additional contact information.)
mode-locked fiber lasers

Menlo Systems' femtosecond fiber lasers based on Menlo figure 9® patented laser technology are unique in regard to user-friendliness and robustness. We offer solutions for scientific research as well as laser models engineered for OEM integration. From the shortest pulses to highest average power beyond 10 Watts and pulse energy beyond 10 μJ, we have the solution for your application ranging from basic research to industrial applications in spectroscopy, quality control, and material processing.

Mountain Photonics GmbH

Albert-Einstein-Str. 18
86899 Landsberg am Lech
Germany

Solutions for Innovators

NKT Photonics

Blokken 84
3460 Birkerød
Denmark
mode-locked fiber lasers

NKT Photonics' passively mode-locked ultrafast fiber lasers exhibit a compact packaging and the lowest phase noise on the market. A special hybrid laser setup, consisting of state-of-the-art polarization-maintaining (PM) fiber technology and advanced dispersion control, allows for high pulse energy generation while supporting perfectly transform-limited soliton pulses without Kelly-sidebands, temporal pedestals, or satellite pulses. NKT Photonics lasers have been designed for high precision applications requiring long-term amplitude stability, low phase noise, and timing jitter, and 24/7 maintenance-free operation.

Optoprim Germany GmbH

Max-Planck-Straße 3
85716 Unterschleißheim
Germany
www.optoprim.de/en
E-mail:

Polarus Laser

Promyshlennaya 2A
Troitsk 630090
Russian Federation

PreciLasers Co. Ltd.

328 Jiajian Highway, 7th Floor
Jiading District, Shanghai 201822
China

R&D Ultrafast Lasers Kft.

Dr. Róbert Szipõcs
P. O. Box 622
1539 Budapest
Hungary

RefleKron Ltd.

Muotialankuja 5 C5
33800 Tampere
Finland

Sintec Optronics Pte Ltd (HQ)

10 Bukit Batok Crescent #07–02
The Spire
Singapore 658079

Southern Photonics Ltd

Level 6, Symonds Centre
49 Symonds Street
Auckland 1010
New Zealand

All wavelengths.

TOPTICA Photonics AG

Lochhamer Schlag 19
82166 Gräfelfing
Germany
www.toptica.com

E-mail:
(See the company profile page for additional contact information.)
mode-locked fiber lasers

TOPTICA's FemtoFiber lasers provide reliable femto-/picosecond pulses based on polarization-maintaining fibers and SAM mode-locking. Different models (1560/780 nm, VIS/NIR tunable output, IR/NIR supercontinuum, short-pulse) cover a wide range of applications, e.g. time-domain terahertz, microscopy, attoscience and as seed lasers.

Creating new standards in ultrafast fiber laser technology

VALO Innovations GmbH

Hollerithallee 17
30419 Hannover
Germany
www.valo-innovations.com

E-mail:
mode-locked fiber lasers

The unique, completely passively cooled ultrafast fiber laser Aalto is perfectly suited for multiphoton applications like two-photon microscopy. The pulse durations below 50 fs lead to an increased signal-to-noise ratio and a better resolution and scan depth compared to longer pulses. The system contains of a dispersion pre-compensation module allowing the shortest pulse duration at your sample.

The ultrafast fiber laser Tidal is a high power version of the Aalto. A power level of >3 W and <50-fs pulses result in peak power values above 2 MW. The system is best suited for multiphoton applications like two-photon microscopy or high precision micro- and nano material processing. An integrated dispersion pre-compensation module allows the shortest pulse duration at your sample.

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