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Where to Buy Pump–probe Measurement Equipment

Pump–probe measurements can be used for studying ultrafast temporal evolution e.g. in semiconductor devices. They rely on one or two sources of ultrashort laser pulses, the timing of which can be varied.

ESee also our encyclopedia article on pump–probe measurements!
Related articles: optical sampling, saturable absorbers, semiconductor saturable absorber mirrors, laser spectroscopy

Related products: time-resolved spectroscopy equipment

6 suppliers for pump–probe measurement equipment are listed in the RP Photonics Buyer's Guide. Both manufacturers and distributors can be registered.

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Laser Quantum

Emery Court
Stockport, Cheshire SK4 3GL
United Kingdom
www.laserquantum.com
Social: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube
E-mail:
Tel.: +44 161 975 5300
Fax: +44 161 975 5309
pump--probe measurement equipment

Laser Quantum provides a range of continuous wave and ultrafast laser solutions, including the ASOPS Engine, a system comprising of two taccor femtosecond lasers and a TL-1000 ASOPS off-set-lock for frequency stabilization, enabling two-colour pump–probe experiments.

See us at Laser World of Photonics in Munich, June 24–27 (booth A2.546)!

APE Angewandte Physik und Elektronik GmbH

Plauener Straße 163–165 / Haus N
13053 Berlin
Germany
www.ape-berlin.de
Social: LinkedIn, YouTube
E-mail:
Tel.: +49 30 98 60 11 30
Fax: +49 30 9 86 01 13 33
pump--probe measurement equipment

The APE ScanDelay is a variable optical delay line, allowing the introduction of a well-defined time delay into an optical path – for example, for pump–probe measurements. The delay is periodically controlled by a fast scanning shaker at a frequency of up to 20 Hz.

The heart of APE’s optical delay line series is a special linear translation stage that is supplied together with appropriate control and drive electronics. The linear drive has been designed especially for optical applications. It combines low moving mass with compactness, reaching a high speed, as well as high precision and resolution. The delay drive moves frictionless, has a large and precise travel range, and allows for very small displacements without any stick-slip-effects.

The control electronic contains the motion driver and a quartz stabilized signal synthesizer. It can be synchronized with an external clock for a precise, phase-locked scanner movement.

See us at Laser World of Photonics in Munich, June 24–27 (booth B2.410)!

Ultrafast Systems

8330 Consumer Ct.
Sarasota, FL 34240
United States
ultrafastsystems.com
Social: LinkedIn
E-mail:
Tel.: +1 941 36 0216
pump--probe measurement equipment

Ultrafast Systems’ Helios and Eos transient absorption spectrometers allow to monitor photo-induced absorbance changes without any gaps in coverage from UV to mid-IR over time windows from picoseconds to microseconds and beyond.

Ultrafast Systems has a comprehensive solution for measuring time-resolved fluorescence across a broad spectral range from UV to IR and over time windows from picoseconds to microseconds and beyond.

All wavelengths.

TOPTICA Photonics AG

Lochhamer Schlag 19
82166 Gräfelfing
Germany

Quality: ISO 9001:2015
www.toptica.com
Social: Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube
E-mail:
Tel.: +49 89 85 83 70
Fax: +49 89 85 83 72 00
pump--probe measurement equipment

TOPTICA contributes to the field of pump–probe measurements with newest fiber technology which is outstanding in performance and versatility. A single laser system can be equipped with various outputs that are intrinsically optically synchronized down to the attosecond level. All of these can be configured individually to satisfy the experimental needs: Pulse durations as short as 15 fs or broad tuning ranges of 490 nm to 700 nm, 850 nm to 1000 nm or 980 nm to 2200 nm are available. Within the third generation of TOPTICA’s ultrafast fiber lasers a novel, versatile toolbox is available to realize even more advanced pump–probe spectroscopy schemes. The FemtoFiber dichro bioMP outputs two different wavelength simultaneously (1050/780 nm at 150 fs), while the system can control the relative time delay of both colors and the GDD as well.

See us at Laser World of Photonics in Munich, June 24–27 (booth B2.103)!

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PhaseTech Spectroscopy, Inc.

2810 Crossroads Drive, Suite 4000
Madison, WI 53718
United States
phasetechspectroscopy.com
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Tel.: +1 608 712 1857

Ultrafast Systems

8330 Consumer Ct.
Sarasota, FL 34240
United States
ultrafastsystems.com
Social: LinkedIn
E-mail:
Tel.: +1 941 36 0216
pump--probe measurement equipment

Ultrafast Systems’ Helios and Eos transient absorption spectrometers allow to monitor photo-induced absorbance changes without any gaps in coverage from UV to mid-IR over time windows from picoseconds to microseconds and beyond.

Ultrafast Systems has a comprehensive solution for measuring time-resolved fluorescence across a broad spectral range from UV to IR and over time windows from picoseconds to microseconds and beyond.

Outside America:

APE Angewandte Physik und Elektronik GmbH

Plauener Straße 163–165 / Haus N
13053 Berlin
Germany
www.ape-berlin.de
Social: LinkedIn, YouTube
E-mail:
Tel.: +49 30 98 60 11 30
Fax: +49 30 9 86 01 13 33
pump--probe measurement equipment

The APE ScanDelay is a variable optical delay line, allowing the introduction of a well-defined time delay into an optical path – for example, for pump–probe measurements. The delay is periodically controlled by a fast scanning shaker at a frequency of up to 20 Hz.

The heart of APE’s optical delay line series is a special linear translation stage that is supplied together with appropriate control and drive electronics. The linear drive has been designed especially for optical applications. It combines low moving mass with compactness, reaching a high speed, as well as high precision and resolution. The delay drive moves frictionless, has a large and precise travel range, and allows for very small displacements without any stick-slip-effects.

The control electronic contains the motion driver and a quartz stabilized signal synthesizer. It can be synchronized with an external clock for a precise, phase-locked scanner movement.

Laser Quantum

Emery Court
Stockport, Cheshire SK4 3GL
United Kingdom
www.laserquantum.com
Social: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube
E-mail:
Tel.: +44 161 975 5300
Fax: +44 161 975 5309
pump--probe measurement equipment

Laser Quantum provides a range of continuous wave and ultrafast laser solutions, including the ASOPS Engine, a system comprising of two taccor femtosecond lasers and a TL-1000 ASOPS off-set-lock for frequency stabilization, enabling two-colour pump–probe experiments.

Radiantis

Carrer Copèrnic, 2–4, nave 1
Polígon Camí Ral
08850 Gavà
Barcelona
Spain
www.radiantis.com
Tel.: +34 936 38 97 63

All wavelengths.

TOPTICA Photonics AG

Lochhamer Schlag 19
82166 Gräfelfing
Germany

Quality: ISO 9001:2015
www.toptica.com
Social: Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube
E-mail:
Tel.: +49 89 85 83 70
Fax: +49 89 85 83 72 00
pump--probe measurement equipment

TOPTICA contributes to the field of pump–probe measurements with newest fiber technology which is outstanding in performance and versatility. A single laser system can be equipped with various outputs that are intrinsically optically synchronized down to the attosecond level. All of these can be configured individually to satisfy the experimental needs: Pulse durations as short as 15 fs or broad tuning ranges of 490 nm to 700 nm, 850 nm to 1000 nm or 980 nm to 2200 nm are available. Within the third generation of TOPTICA’s ultrafast fiber lasers a novel, versatile toolbox is available to realize even more advanced pump–probe spectroscopy schemes. The FemtoFiber dichro bioMP outputs two different wavelength simultaneously (1050/780 nm at 150 fs), while the system can control the relative time delay of both colors and the GDD as well.

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