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Where to Buy Picosecond Lasers

Common types of picosecond lasers are actively or passively mode-locked solid-state bulk lasers, mode-locked fiber lasers and laser diodes. Besides, there are highly compact Q-switched lasers and amplified laser systems emitting picosecond laser pulses.

More general products: ultrafast lasers, mode-locked lasers

More specific products: picosecond diode lasers

Related products: femtosecond lasers

Related product category: lasers and laser amplifiers

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Related articles: mode-locked lasers, mode locking, ultrafast lasers, femtosecond lasers, ultrashort pulses, nanosecond lasers

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  • At what wavelength should it emit – with what precision or stability, and with what bandwidth?
  • What is the required average output power?
  • What is the output beam quality? (It will normally be close to diffraction-limited.)
  • What is the pulse duration, peak power and pulse repetition rate (variable or fixed)?
  • Is the pulse quality high enough concerning time–bandwidth product, temporal pedestals, pre- and after-pulses, and possible side lobes in the spectrum?
  • Will the pulse properties be stable in some range of temperatures and over a longer time?
  • Is the device sensitive to back-reflections? (Will you need a Faraday isolator to protect it? With what degree of isolation?)
  • Are the outer dimensions of the laser source setup and power supply or driver suitable for you?
  • Is the device sufficiently robust? (Does it require realignment after moderate mechanical shocks?)

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Teem Photonics S. A.

61 chemin du Vieux Chêne
38246 Meylan
France
picosecond lasers

Teem Photonics offers a wide range of lasers with pulse durations as short as 100 ps. For example, the 266 nm PNU-M01210-1x0 laser, belongs to the Powerchip laser series, which also covers wavelengths of 1064 nm, 532 nm, 355 nm and 213 nm with pulse durations below 500 ps. Peak powers of tens of kilowatts (or even 160 kW at 1064 nm) are generated. Compared with mode-locked picosecond lasers, the pulse repetition rates are limited to about 100 kHz), while the pulse energies are far higher – tens of microjoules.


Solutions for Innovators

NKT Photonics

Blokken 84
3460 Birkerød
Denmark
picosecond lasers

NKT Photonics has developed a wide range of different picosecond fiber lasers for scientific and industrial applications. The Katana platform offers from 20 ps to nanosecond pulse durations, continuously tuneable repetition rate that can be triggered internally or externally allowing for laser operation in both master and slave mode. Katana is streamlined to offer high-power picosecond pulses in green, yellow, orange, red, and infrared.


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The lasers you need. From the people you trust. Our experience, your advantage.

RPMC Lasers, Inc.

8495 Veterans Memorial Pkwy
O’Fallon MO 63366
United States
www.rpmclasers.com

E-mail:
picosecond lasers

RPMC Lasers offers one of the widest wavelength selections of <300 picosecond and >300 picosecond lasers available ranging from the UV through the SWIR regimes. Our offerings include pulsed DPSS lasers, fiber lasers, and microchip lasers with pulse energy as high as 5 mJ and pulse repetition rates up to 80 MHz.


All wavelengths.

TOPTICA Photonics AG

Lochhamer Schlag 19
82166 Gräfelfing
Germany
www.toptica.com

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picosecond lasers

TOPTICA offers next generation ultrafast picosecond and femtosecond fiber lasers for science and industry. The key for successful integration of ultrafast technology are robust, cost-effective systems with simple push-button operation. TOPTICA offers several products fulfilling these requirements: ultrafast fiber lasers based on erbium (Er) and ytterbium (Yb).


See us at LASER World of PHOTONICS CHINA 2022 in Shanghai, July 13–15, (booth W2.2101)!

Innovative and Reliable

AdValue Photonics

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

AdValue Photonics offers the EVERESTpico 1 μm picosecond fiber laser (AP-1030P), Different models can deliver 50-ps pulses with 15 W, 30 W, 60 W or 100 W average power in a collimated free-space beam with excellent beam quality. Pulse repetition rates can go up to 1 MHz.

There is also the EVERESTpico green picosecond laser for applications like laser cutting, drilling and scribing on various materials. Different models can deliver 50-ps pulses with up to 30 W average power and excellent beam quality.


Lasers, Optics, Electronics. Made in Germany.

ALPHALAS GmbH

Bertha-von-Suttner-Str. 5
37085 Göttingen
Germany
www.alphalas.com
E-mail:
picosecond lasers

The ALPHALAS product line of PICOPOWER series ultrafast lasers implements advanced methods for generating picosecond pulses, including active, passive or combined mode-locking. ALPHALAS is the only manufacturer that uses the patented and most advanced “Nonlinear Mirror” or “Stankov Mirror” mode-locking method based on second harmonic generation with practically unlimited power scaling.

The product line includes cavity-dumped mode-locked lasers, regeneratively amplified picosecond pulses with unsurpassed low jitter < 3.5 ps for pulses “on demand” and MW peak power. Optional harmonic wavelengths are also available.

The PICOPOWER-LD series of the proprietary picosecond diode lasers covers the range 375 nm to 2300 nm with picosecond pulses as short as 12 ps and high peak power more than 2 W for specific wavelengths. Numerous applications cover optical parametric generator pumping, nonlinear optics, spectroscopy time-resolved spectroscopy, remote sensing and material processing.

APE Angewandte Physik und Elektronik GmbH

Plauener Straße 163–165 / Haus N
13053 Berlin
Germany
www.ape-berlin.de

E-mail:
picosecond lasers

The picosecond laser source picoEmerald emits ultra-short pulses with a duration of 2 picoseconds (other durations possible). The wavelength tuning of the ps laser is fully automated across a tuning range of 700 to 990 nm (signal) and 1080 to 1950 nm (idler). The fundamental beam at 1032 nm is also available. A wavelength scan / sweep function for fast spectra acquisition over certain specific wavelengths is included.

The key-facts of the picoEmerald are:

  • wavelength 1 IR beam 1032 nm
  • wavelength 2 tunable 700 … 990 nm
  • wavelength 3 tunable 1080 … 1950 nm
  • 80 MHz pulse repetition rate
  • temporal and spatial overlap of the output wavelengths
  • integrated time delay between the wavelengths
  • common output port for all beams
  • fully automated wavelength tuning
  • EOM optionally integrated

CNI Laser

No. 888 Jinhu Road
High-tech Zone, Changchun 130103
China
www.cnilaser.com
E-mail:
picosecond lasers

CNI offer mode-locked picosecond lasers with superior beam quality and high reliability. The pulse duration can be less than 20 ps. Available wavelengths are 266 nm, 355 nm, 532 nm, 1064 nm, 1319 nm and others.


We Laser The New Industry

FYLA LASER S.L.

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

E-mail:
picosecond lasers

The FYLA SCT is a pulsed high power supercontinuum fiber laser delivering over 1 W of average power across the 450–2300 nm spectral range and more than 30 mW in the visible range. It is a very versatile illumination source with a broadband spectrum that can be used for multiple applications including absorption/transmission measurements for material characterization, VIS, NIR and IR spectroscopy, single molecule spectroscopy and fluorescence excitation.


AMPHOS - your partner for ultrafast laser technology in science, R&D and industry

AMPHOS GmbH

Kaiserstrasse 100
52134 Herzogenrath
Germany
www.amphos.de
E-mail:
picosecond lasers

AMPHOS offers ultrafast lasers. The flexible Amphos1000 1030-nm seed laser (a fiber laser) is the basis for amplified sources like the Amphos1500 with up to 5 mJ pulse energy (for picosecond pulse durations), the Amphos3000 series with up to 20 mJ, and the Amphos5000 series with 800 W or 1000 W average output power and up to 50 mJ. Common features are a high beam quality, narrow spectral bandwidth, burst mode features and flexibility concerning the pulse duration. Typical applications are OPCPA pumping, attosecond physics, high harmonic generation and laser material processing.

There are also frequency-converted versions emitting at 515 nm or 343 nm.


EKSPLA

Savanoriu Av. 237
02300 Vilnius
Lithuania
www.ekspla.com

E-mail:
picosecond lasers

Due to their excellent stability and high output parameters, EKSPLA scientific picosecond lasers established their name as “gold standard” among scientific picosecond lasers. The innovative design of the new generation of picosecond mode-locked lasers features diode-pumping‑only technology, thus reducing maintenance costs and improving output parameters. Second, third, fourth and fifth (on some versions) harmonic options combined with various accessories, advanced electronics (for streak camera synchronization, phase-locked loop, synchronization of fs laser) and customization possibilities make these lasers well suited for many scientific applications, including optical parametric generator pumping, time-resolved spectroscopy, nonlinear spectroscopy, remote sensing, metrology and others.


See us at LASYS 2022 in Stuttgart, Germany, June 21–23 (hall 4, booth 4D36)!

Bright Solutions SRL

Via Artigiani 27
27010 Cura Carpignano (Pavia)
Italy
brightsolutions.it
E-mail:
picosecond lasers

Bright Solutions has the NPS narrowband picosecond lasers:

  • 1064, 532 or 355 nm
  • 7-ps pulses at 40 MHz
  • spectral width < 0.3 nm
  • 10 mW average output power; custom Nps-1064-k2 with amplifier for 2 W output power

The NPS lasers are suitable for applications like OPO pumping, Raman or fluorescence spectroscopy and multimodal imaging.

MPB Communications

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

E-mail:
picosecond lasers

Based on an all-fiber design, MPBC’s picosecond mode-locked fiber lasers are highly reliable (10,000 hrs) and maintenance-free. Customized specifications are available for emission wavelengths from 1020 to 1100 nm and pulse durations of 2 to 50 ps. Average output power varies from 2 to 3000 mW, depending on the configuration. These lasers are designed to address a range of market applications including semiconductor inspection, micro-machining, metrology, multi-photon spectroscopy, and can be used as a seed source for optical amplifiers, and second harmonic generation.


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AdValue Photonics

2700 E. Bilby Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85706
United States
www.advaluephotonics.com
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picosecond lasers

AdValue Photonics offers the EVERESTpico 1 μm picosecond fiber laser (AP-1030P), Different models can deliver 50-ps pulses with 15 W, 30 W, 60 W or 100 W average power in a collimated free-space beam with excellent beam quality. Pulse repetition rates can go up to 1 MHz.

There is also the EVERESTpico green picosecond laser for applications like laser cutting, drilling and scribing on various materials. Different models can deliver 50-ps pulses with up to 30 W average power and excellent beam quality.


Altos Photonics

201 South Wallace St,
Suite B-2C
Bozeman, MT 59715
United States

Boston Electronics Corporation

91 Boylston St
Brookline, MA 02445
United States
boselec.com
E-mail:

Calmar Laser

951 Commercial Street
Palo Alto, CA 94303
United States
www.calmarlaser.com
E-mail:

Coherent Inc.

5100 Patrick Henry Drive
Santa Clara, CA 95054
United States

Del Mar Photonics, Inc.

4119 Twilight Ridge
San Diego, CA 92130
United States

Elixir Photonics

46708 Lakeview Blvd
Fremont, CA 94538
United States

HibriLaser

5984 Rollingwood Dr
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
United States
www.hibrilaser.com
E-mail:

IPG Photonics Corporation

50 Old Webster Road
Oxford, MA 01540
United States

Light Age, Inc.

500 Apgar Drive
Somerset, NJ 08873
United States

Lumentum Operations LLC

400 North McCarthy Blvd
Milpitas, CA 95035
United States

Market Tech, Inc.

340 El Pueblo Rd Suite C
Scotts Valley, CA 95066
United States

Neptec Optical Solutions

48603 Warm Springs Blvd.
Fremont, CA 94539
United States

Novanta Photonics

125 Middlesex Turnpike,
Bedford, MA 01730
United States

Optilab, LLC

600 E. Camelback Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85012
United States

Photonics Industries International, Inc.

1800 Ocean Avenue
Ronkonkoma, NY 11779
United States

Pritel

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

RAM Photonics LLC

4901 Morena Blvd., Suite 128
San Diego, CA 92117–3557
United States

The lasers you need. From the people you trust. Our experience, your advantage.

RPMC Lasers, Inc.

8495 Veterans Memorial Pkwy
O’Fallon MO 63366
United States
www.rpmclasers.com

E-mail:
picosecond lasers

RPMC Lasers offers one of the widest wavelength selections of <300 picosecond and >300 picosecond lasers available ranging from the UV through the SWIR regimes. Our offerings include pulsed DPSS lasers, fiber lasers, and microchip lasers with pulse energy as high as 5 mJ and pulse repetition rates up to 80 MHz.


Spectra-Physics Lasers

3635 Peterson Way
Santa Clara, CA 95054
United States

Sydor Instruments LLC

291 Millstead Way
Rochester, NY 14624
United States

TRUMPF Inc.

Farmington Industrial Park
Farmington, CT 06032
United States

UpTek Solutions Corp.

130-A Knickerbocker Avenue
Bohemia, NY 11716
United States
From America:

Allied Scientific Pro

815 Carriere Blvd, suite 202
Gatineau, QC, J*Y6T4
Canada
alliedscientificpro.com
E-mail:

Laserglow Technologies

873 St. Clair Ave. West
Toronto, Ontario
Canada M6C 1C4
www.laserglow.com
E-mail:

MPB Communications

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

E-mail:
picosecond lasers

Based on an all-fiber design, MPBC’s picosecond mode-locked fiber lasers are highly reliable (10,000 hrs) and maintenance-free. Customized specifications are available for emission wavelengths from 1020 to 1100 nm and pulse durations of 2 to 50 ps. Average output power varies from 2 to 3000 mW, depending on the configuration. These lasers are designed to address a range of market applications including semiconductor inspection, micro-machining, metrology, multi-photon spectroscopy, and can be used as a seed source for optical amplifiers, and second harmonic generation.


Passat Ltd.

116D Viceroy Rd. Unit 1–4
Vaughan, Ontario L4K 2M4
Canada
passatltd.com
E-mail:
Outside America:

Acal BFi

Assar-Gabrielsson-Straße 1
63128 Dietzenbach
Germany

Acculasers Co., Ltd.

Room 507
Linquan St
SIP industrial Park
SuZhou, Jiangsu
China

Alnair Labs

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

Lasers, Optics, Electronics. Made in Germany.

ALPHALAS GmbH

Bertha-von-Suttner-Str. 5
37085 Göttingen
Germany
www.alphalas.com
E-mail:
picosecond lasers

The ALPHALAS product line of PICOPOWER series ultrafast lasers implements advanced methods for generating picosecond pulses, including active, passive or combined mode-locking. ALPHALAS is the only manufacturer that uses the patented and most advanced “Nonlinear Mirror” or “Stankov Mirror” mode-locking method based on second harmonic generation with practically unlimited power scaling.

The product line includes cavity-dumped mode-locked lasers, regeneratively amplified picosecond pulses with unsurpassed low jitter < 3.5 ps for pulses “on demand” and MW peak power. Optional harmonic wavelengths are also available.

The PICOPOWER-LD series of the proprietary picosecond diode lasers covers the range 375 nm to 2300 nm with picosecond pulses as short as 12 ps and high peak power more than 2 W for specific wavelengths. Numerous applications cover optical parametric generator pumping, nonlinear optics, spectroscopy time-resolved spectroscopy, remote sensing and material processing.

AMPHOS - your partner for ultrafast laser technology in science, R&D and industry

AMPHOS GmbH

Kaiserstrasse 100
52134 Herzogenrath
Germany
www.amphos.de
E-mail:
picosecond lasers

AMPHOS offers ultrafast lasers. The flexible Amphos1000 1030-nm seed laser (a fiber laser) is the basis for amplified sources like the Amphos1500 with up to 5 mJ pulse energy (for picosecond pulse durations), the Amphos3000 series with up to 20 mJ, and the Amphos5000 series with 800 W or 1000 W average output power and up to 50 mJ. Common features are a high beam quality, narrow spectral bandwidth, burst mode features and flexibility concerning the pulse duration. Typical applications are OPCPA pumping, attosecond physics, high harmonic generation and laser material processing.

There are also frequency-converted versions emitting at 515 nm or 343 nm.


APE Angewandte Physik und Elektronik GmbH

Plauener Straße 163–165 / Haus N
13053 Berlin
Germany
www.ape-berlin.de

E-mail:
picosecond lasers

The picosecond laser source picoEmerald emits ultra-short pulses with a duration of 2 picoseconds (other durations possible). The wavelength tuning of the ps laser is fully automated across a tuning range of 700 to 990 nm (signal) and 1080 to 1950 nm (idler). The fundamental beam at 1032 nm is also available. A wavelength scan / sweep function for fast spectra acquisition over certain specific wavelengths is included.

The key-facts of the picoEmerald are:

  • wavelength 1 IR beam 1032 nm
  • wavelength 2 tunable 700 … 990 nm
  • wavelength 3 tunable 1080 … 1950 nm
  • 80 MHz pulse repetition rate
  • temporal and spatial overlap of the output wavelengths
  • integrated time delay between the wavelengths
  • common output port for all beams
  • fully automated wavelength tuning
  • EOM optionally integrated

AUREA Technology

18 rue Alain Savary
25000 Besançon
France
www.aureatechnology.com
E-mail:

Bright Microlaser

Via Artigiani 27
27010 Cura Carpignano (Pavia)
Italy

Bright Solutions SRL

Via Artigiani 27
27010 Cura Carpignano (Pavia)
Italy
brightsolutions.it
E-mail:
picosecond lasers

Bright Solutions has the NPS narrowband picosecond lasers:

  • 1064, 532 or 355 nm
  • 7-ps pulses at 40 MHz
  • spectral width < 0.3 nm
  • 10 mW average output power; custom Nps-1064-k2 with amplifier for 2 W output power

The NPS lasers are suitable for applications like OPO pumping, Raman or fluorescence spectroscopy and multimodal imaging.

CNI Laser

No. 888 Jinhu Road
High-tech Zone, Changchun 130103
China
www.cnilaser.com
E-mail:
picosecond lasers

CNI offer mode-locked picosecond lasers with superior beam quality and high reliability. The pulse duration can be less than 20 ps. Available wavelengths are 266 nm, 355 nm, 532 nm, 1064 nm, 1319 nm and others.


Crisel Instruments s.r.l.

Via Mattia Battistini, 177
Roma
Italy

Dausinger & Giesen GmbH

Rotebühlstr. 87
70178 Stuttgart
Germany
www.dausinger-giesen.de
E-mail:

Dyneos AG

Vogelsangstr. 15
8307 Effretikon
Switzerland

EdgeWave GmbH

Innovative Laser Solutions
Carlo-Schmid-Str. 19
52146 Würselen
Germany

Edinburgh Instruments Ltd.

2 Bain Square
Kirkton Campus
Livingston EH54 7DQ
United Kingdom

EKSPLA

Savanoriu Av. 237
02300 Vilnius
Lithuania
www.ekspla.com

E-mail:
picosecond lasers

Due to their excellent stability and high output parameters, EKSPLA scientific picosecond lasers established their name as “gold standard” among scientific picosecond lasers. The innovative design of the new generation of picosecond mode-locked lasers features diode-pumping‑only technology, thus reducing maintenance costs and improving output parameters. Second, third, fourth and fifth (on some versions) harmonic options combined with various accessories, advanced electronics (for streak camera synchronization, phase-locked loop, synchronization of fs laser) and customization possibilities make these lasers well suited for many scientific applications, including optical parametric generator pumping, time-resolved spectroscopy, nonlinear spectroscopy, remote sensing, metrology and others.


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:

FiberLAST Inc.

ODTU Teknokent Galyum Blok Z-3
06800 Ankara
Turkey
www.fiberlast.com.tr/eng
E-mail:

We Laser The New Industry

FYLA LASER S.L.

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

E-mail:
picosecond lasers

The FYLA SCT is a pulsed high power supercontinuum fiber laser delivering over 1 W of average power across the 450–2300 nm spectral range and more than 30 mW in the visible range. It is a very versatile illumination source with a broadband spectrum that can be used for multiple applications including absorption/transmission measurements for material characterization, VIS, NIR and IR spectroscopy, single molecule spectroscopy and fluorescence excitation.


GEHT International Ltd

27th floor, Bank of East Asia Harbour View Centre
56 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai
Hong Kong
www.gehtinternational.com
E-mail:

GMP SA, Büro Zürich

Dübendorfstr. 11a
8117 Fällanden
Switzerland

IDIL Fibres Optiques

21 rue de Broglie
22300 Lannion
France
www.idil-fibres-optiques.com
E-mail:

InnoLas Laser GmbH

Justus-von-Liebig-Ring 8
82152 Krailling
Germany

Irisiome Solutions

1, rue François Mitterrand
33400 Talence
France
www.irisiome-solutions.com
E-mail:

Lahat Technologies Ltd

17 Atir Yeda Street
Kfar Saba, 4464313
Israel
lahat.com
E-mail:

LAS Photonics

4 Ha'Horesh Road
Yehud 5647003
Israel

Lastek Pty Ltd

10 Reid St
Thebarton SA 5031
Australia

Lumos Laser Ltd.

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

Metalaser

Room 724, Hengyuan Road, Economic and Technological Development Zone
Nanjing
China

MONTFORT Laser GmbH

Im Holderlob 6A
6840 Götzis
Austria
www.montfortlaser.com
E-mail:

Nano-Giga

137 avenue Anatole France,
94600 Choisy le Roi
France
www.nano-giga.fr
E-mail:

New Age Instruments & Materials

#306, 3rd Floor, Rupa Solitaire
Millenium Business Park, MIDC
Sec – 2 Mahape, Navi Mumbai
Mumbai – 400710, Maharashtra
India

Solutions for Innovators

NKT Photonics

Blokken 84
3460 Birkerød
Denmark
picosecond lasers

NKT Photonics has developed a wide range of different picosecond fiber lasers for scientific and industrial applications. The Katana platform offers from 20 ps to nanosecond pulse durations, continuously tuneable repetition rate that can be triggered internally or externally allowing for laser operation in both master and slave mode. Katana is streamlined to offer high-power picosecond pulses in green, yellow, orange, red, and infrared.


Novae

ZI du Moulin Cheyroux
87700 Aixe sur Vienne
France

Optical Pulse Machines

14 Levin-Epstein St. / 2nd floor
Rehovot 7646014
Israel

Opton Laser International

Parc Club Orsay Université
29 rue Jean Rostand
91893 Orsay
France
www.optonlaser.com
E-mail:

Optoprim Germany GmbH

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

Photon Energy GmbH

Bräunleinsberg 10
91242 Ottensoos
Germany

Picophotonics Ltd.

Tekniikankatu 1
33720 Tampere
Finland

Polarus Laser

Promyshlennaya 2A
Troitsk 630090
Russian Federation

Polytec GmbH

Polytec-Platz 1–7
76337 Waldbronn
Germany

Qbic Laser System Inc.

Bucheon Techno Park
Seokcheon-ro 345
Ojeong-gu, Bucheon-si
Gyeonggi-do, 14501
Korea

QS Lasers

Savanoriu Ave. 231
LT-02300 Vilnius
Lithuania
www.qslasers.com
E-mail:

Radiantis

Carrer Esteve Terradas, 1
Parc Mediterrani de la Tecnologia
08860 Castelldefels
Barcelona
Spain
www.radiantis.com
E-mail:

Sintec Optronics Pte Ltd (HQ)

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

SPARK LASERS

Technopôle Montesquieu
12, allée Isaac Newton
33650- Martillac
France
www.spark-lasers.com
E-mail:

STANDA Ltd.

P. O. Box 377
03012 Vilnius
Lithuania

Te Lintelo Systems BV

Mercurion 28A
6903 PZ Zevenaar
The Netherlands
www.tlsbv.nl
E-mail:

Composing with Light

Teem Photonics S. A.

61 chemin du Vieux Chêne
38246 Meylan
France
picosecond lasers

Teem Photonics offers a wide range of lasers with pulse durations as short as 100 ps. For example, the 266 nm PNU-M01210-1x0 laser, belongs to the Powerchip laser series, which also covers wavelengths of 1064 nm, 532 nm, 355 nm and 213 nm with pulse durations below 500 ps. Peak powers of tens of kilowatts (or even 160 kW at 1064 nm) are generated. Compared with mode-locked picosecond lasers, the pulse repetition rates are limited to about 100 kHz), while the pulse energies are far higher – tens of microjoules.


Topag Lasertechnik GmbH

Nieder-Ramstädter-Str. 247
64285 Darmstadt
Germany
www.topag.de
E-mail:

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.)
picosecond lasers

TOPTICA offers next generation ultrafast picosecond and femtosecond fiber lasers for science and industry. The key for successful integration of ultrafast technology are robust, cost-effective systems with simple push-button operation. TOPTICA offers several products fulfilling these requirements: ultrafast fiber lasers based on erbium (Er) and ytterbium (Yb).


TRUMPF Laser- und Systemtechnik GmbH

Johann-Maus-Str. 2
71254 Ditzingen
Germany
www.trumpf.com
E-mail:

TRUMPF Scientific Lasers GmbH + Co. KG

Feringastr. 10
85774 Unterföhring
Germany
www.trumpf-scientific-lasers.com
E-mail:

YSL Photonics

Number 80, Fifth High-tech Street
Donghu Development Zone
430205, Wuhan
China
www.yslphotonics.com
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