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Stuttgart Instruments

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SI Stuttgart Instruments GmbH
Curiestraße 2
70563 Stuttgart
Germany

Tel.:+49 711 12 56 71 22
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Website:www.s-instruments.de
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Company Description

Stuttgart Instruments is a high-tech company from Baden-Württemberg, Germany, specializing in high-performance infrared lasers for spectroscopic applications, e.g. in materials research, product development, process analysis or quantum technologies. At the end of 2017, Stuttgart Instruments was created on the basis of renowned research work at the University of Stuttgart.

Stuttgart Instruments is the technical leader in the field of widely tunable and fully automated laser sources. The systems can cover a spectral range from 700 nm to 20 µm wavelengths, while maintaining high output power at milliwatt to watt-levels. Femto- to picosecond pulses at several MHz pulse repetition rates can be provided and the lasers are characterized by outstanding low noise and passive long-term stability. They are therefore particularly suited for spectroscopic applications requiring high sensitivity and specificity. Multiple systems are already in use at universities and research facilities around the world and have made numerous new scientific papers possible, e.g. in the fields of SNOM and FTIR spectroscopy or hyperspectral imaging.

Due to their modular structure, Stuttgart Instruments lasers can be adapted and optimized to the needs of various applications. The Alpha series is a fully wavelength-tunable system, usable in the 700 nm to 20 µm spectral range, whereas the Alpha-X is a single wavelength device optimized for the 1.35 – 4.5 µm range with maximum robustness and stability.

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News: Stuttgart Instruments manufactures lasers with an ultrabroad tuning range from 700 nm to 20 µm central wavelength, exhibiting femtosecond pulses and repetition rates at tens of MHz. More Information

Star product: The Stuttgart Instruments Alpha system is a fully-automated, ultrafast and modular laser system reaching a tuning range from 700 nm to 20 µm at milliwatt- to watt-level output.

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Products

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diode-pumped lasersS Ediode-pumped lasers from Stuttgart Instruments

The Stuttgart Instruments Primus is an ultrafast solid-state laser at 1040 nm central wavelength. It provides several watts of output power at 40 MHz pulse repetition rate and 450 fs pulse duration. Its superior low noise level, even reaching the shot noise limit above 300 kHz, and excellent long-term stability enable ultrasensitive applications.

The entire system is encapsulated in a solid CNC-cut and water-cooled housing, thus reaching excellent robustness against external perturbations.

femtosecond lasersS Efemtosecond lasers from Stuttgart Instruments

The Stuttgart Instruments Primus is an ultrafast solid-state laser at 1040 nm central wavelength. It provides several Watts of output power at 40 MHz pulse repetition rate and 450 fs pulse duration.

Its outstanding low noise level (which even reaches the shot noise limit above 300 kHz) and its excellent long-term stability enable ultrasensitive applications.

The entire system is encapsulated in a solid CNC-cut and water-cooled housing, thus reaching excellent robustness against external perturbations.

The Primus is perfectly suited to pump the Stuttgart Instruments Alpha, which is a modular wavelength-tunable laser system covering the 700 nm to 20 µm spectral range in its maximum configuration. Shot-noise limited performance at milliwatt- to watt-level power is reached, making this system ideal for IR spectroscopy, material analysis, process monitoring or quantum technologies.

hyperspectral imaging instrumentsS Ehyperspectral imaging instruments from Stuttgart Instruments

The Stuttgart Instruments Alpha system is a modular, wavelength-tunable laser covering the 700 nm to 20 µm spectral range. It provides ultrafast pulses at MHz repetition rates and milliwatt- to watt-level power. Due to its excellent passive long-term stability, outstanding performance at the shot-noise limit and broad spectral range, it is ideally suited for sensitive IR applications.

The Alpha system can be configured optimium for your application. Its basic version is tunable from 1.35 µm to 4.5 µm, but can be upgraded to higher power, to the VIS (700 – 980 nm), the NIR (1.1 – 1.4 µm) and the MIR range (4.5 – 20 µm). Each module is field upgradable, and the entire system is fully automated and controlled via a user-friendly GUI.

infrared-to-visible convertersSinfrared-to-visible converters from Stuttgart Instruments

The Stuttgart Instruments VIS module is a fully-automated IR to VIS converter. It is field upgradable to the Stuttgart Instruments Alpha and provides high output power from 700 to 980 nm spectral range. The VIS module is typically operated with ultrafast pulses and several tens of MHz pulse repetition rate.

Feel free to contact Stuttgart Instruments for special inquiries.

laser spectroscopy equipmentS Elaser spectroscopy equipment from Stuttgart Instruments

The Stuttgart Instruments Alpha system is a modular, wavelength-tunable laser covering the 700 nm to 20 µm spectral range. It provides ultrafast pulses at MHz repetition rates and milliwatt- to watt-level power. Due to its excellent passive long-term stability, outstanding performance at the shot-noise limit and broad spectral range, it is ideally suited for sensitive IR applications.

The Alpha system can be configured optimium for your application. Its basic version is tunable from 1.35 μm to 4.5 µm, but can be upgraded to higher power, to the VIS (700 – 980 nm), the NIR (1.1 – 1.4 µm) and the MIR range (4.5 – 20 µm). Each module is field upgradable and the entire system is fully automated and controlled via a user-friendly GUI.

lasersS Elasers from Stuttgart Instruments

The Stuttgart Instruments Alpha system is a modular, wavelength-tunable laser covering the 700 nm to 20 µm spectral range. It provides ultrafast pulses at MHz repetition rates and milliwatt- to watt-level power. Due to its excellent passive long-term stability, outstanding performance at the shot-noise limit and broad spectral range, it is ideally suited for sensitive IR applications.

The Alpha system can be configured optimium for your application. Its basic version is tunable from 1.35 µm to 4.5 µm, but can be upgraded to higher power, to the VIS (700 – 980 nm), the NIR (1.1 – 1.4 µm) and the MIR range (4.5 – 20 µm). Each module is field upgradable, and the entire system is fully automated and controlled via a user-friendly GUI.

mid-infrared laser sourcesS Emid-infrared laser sources from Stuttgart Instruments

The Stuttgart Instruments Alpha system is a modular, wavelength-tunable laser covering the 700 nm to 20 µm spectral range. It provides ultrafast pulses at MHz repetition rates and milliwatt- to watt-level power. Due to its excellent passive long-term stability, outstanding performance at the shot-noise limit and broad spectral range, it is ideally suited for sensitive IR applications.

The Alpha system can be configured optimium for your application. Its basic version is tunable from 1.35 µm to 4.5 µm, but can be upgraded to higher power, to the VIS (700 – 980 nm), the NIR (1.1 – 1.4 µm) and the MIR range (4.5 – 20 µm). Each module is field upgradable, and the entire system is fully automated and controlled via a user-friendly GUI.

mode-locked lasersS Emode-locked lasers from Stuttgart Instruments

The Stuttgart Instruments Primus is an ultrafast solid-state laser at 1040 nm central wavelength. It provides several watts of output power at 40 MHz pulse repetition rate and 450 fs pulse duration. Its outstanding low noise level (which even reaches the shot noise limit above 300 kHz) and its excellent long-term stability enable ultrasensitive applications. The entire system is encapsulated in a solid CNC-cut and water-cooled housing, thus reaching excellent robustness against external perturbations.

The Primus is perfectly suited to pump the Stuttgart Instruments Alpha, which is a modular wavelength-tunable laser system covering the 700 nm to 20 µm spectral range in its maximum configuration. Shot-noise limited performance at milliwatt- to watt-level power is reached, making this system ideal for IR spectroscopy, material analysis, process monitoring or quantum technologies.

nonlinear frequency conversion equipmentS Enonlinear frequency conversion equipment from Stuttgart Instruments

The Stuttgart Instruments Alpha system is a modular, wavelength-tunable laser covering the 700 nm to 20 µm spectral range. It provides ultrafast pulses at MHz repetition rates and milliwatt- to watt-level power. Due to its excellent passive long-term stability, outstanding performance at the shot-noise limit and broad spectral range, it is ideally suited for sensitive IR applications.

The Alpha system can be configured optimium for your application. Its basic version is tunable from 1.35 µm to 4.5 µm, but can be upgraded to higher power, to the VIS (700 – 980 nm), the NIR (1.1 – 1.4 µm) and the MIR range (4.5 – 20 µm). Each module is field upgradable, and the entire system is fully automated and controlled via a user-friendly GUI.

optical parametric amplifiersS Eoptical parametric amplifiers from Stuttgart Instruments

The Stuttgart Instruments Alpha system is a modular, wavelength-tunable laser covering the 700 nm to 20 µm spectral range. It provides ultrafast pulses at MHz repetition rates and milliwatt- to watt-level power. Due to its excellent passive long-term stability, outstanding performance at the shot-noise limit and broad spectral range, it is ideally suited for sensitive IR applications.

The Alpha system can be configured optimium for your application. Its basic version is tunable from 1.35 µm to 4.5 µm, but can be upgraded to higher power, to the VIS (700 – 980 nm), the NIR (1.1 – 1.4 µm) and the MIR range (4.5 – 20 µm). Each module is field upgradable, and the entire system is fully automated and controlled via a user-friendly GUI.

optical parametric oscillatorsS Eoptical parametric oscillators from Stuttgart Instruments

The Stuttgart Instruments Alpha system is a modular, wavelength-tunable laser covering the 700 nm to 20 µm spectral range. It provides ultrafast pulses at MHz repetition rates and milliwatt- to watt-level power. Due to its excellent passive long-term stability, outstanding performance at the shot-noise limit and broad spectral range, it is ideally suited for sensitive IR applications.

The Alpha system can be configured optimium for your application. Its basic version is tunable from 1.35 µm to 4.5 µm, but can be upgraded to higher power, to the VIS (700 – 980 nm), the NIR (1.1 – 1.4 µm) and the MIR range (4.5 – 20 µm). Each module is field upgradable, and the entire system is fully automated and controlled via a user-friendly GUI.

pulsed lasersS Epulsed lasers from Stuttgart Instruments

The Stuttgart Instruments Primus is an ultrafast solid-state laser at 1040 nm central wavelength. It provides several watts of output power at 40 MHz pulse repetition rate and 450 fs pulse duration. Its outstanding low noise level (which even reaches the shot noise limit above 300 kHz) and its excellent long-term stability enable ultrasensitive applications. The entire system is encapsulated in a solid CNC-cut and water-cooled housing, thus reaching excellent robustness against external perturbations.

The Primus is perfectly suited to pump the Stuttgart Instruments Alpha, which is a modular wavelength-tunable laser system covering the 700 nm to 20 µm spectral range in its maximum configuration. Shot-noise limited performance at milliwatt- to watt-level power is reached, making this system ideal for IR spectroscopy, material analysis, process monitoring or quantum technologies.

scientific lasersS Escientific lasers from Stuttgart Instruments

The Stuttgart Instruments Alpha system is a modular, wavelength-tunable laser covering the 700 nm to 20 µm spectral range. It provides ultrafast pulses at MHz repetition rates and milliwatt- to watt-level power. Due to its excellent passive long-term stability, outstanding performance at the shot-noise limit and broad spectral range, it is ideally suited for sensitive IR applications.

The Alpha system can be configured optimium for your application. Its basic version is tunable from 1.35 µm to 4.5 µm, but can be upgraded to higher power, to the VIS (700 – 980 nm), the NIR (1.1 – 1.4 µm) and the MIR range (4.5 – 20 µm). Each module is field upgradable, and the entire system is fully automated and controlled via a user-friendly GUI.

solid-state lasersS Esolid-state lasers from Stuttgart Instruments

The Stuttgart Instruments Primus is an ultrafast solid-state laser at 1040 nm central wavelength. It provides several watts of output power at 40 MHz pulse repetition rate and 450 fs pulse duration. Its outstanding low noise level (which even reaches the shot noise limit above 300 kHz) and its excellent long-term stability enable ultrasensitive applications. The entire system is encapsulated in a solid CNC-cut and water-cooled housing, thus reaching excellent robustness against external perturbations.

The Primus is perfectly suited to pump the Stuttgart Instruments Alpha, which is a modular wavelength-tunable laser system covering the 700 nm to 20 µm spectral range in its maximum configuration. Shot-noise limited performance at milliwatt- to watt-level power is reached, making this system ideal for IR spectroscopy, material analysis, process monitoring or quantum technologies.

tunable lasersS Etunable lasers from Stuttgart Instruments

The Stuttgart Instruments Alpha system is a modular, wavelength-tunable laser covering the 700 nm to 20 µm spectral range. It provides ultrafast pulses at MHz repetition rates and milliwatt- to watt-level power. Due to its excellent passive long-term stability, outstanding performance at the shot-noise limit and broad spectral range, it is ideally suited for sensitive IR applications.

The Alpha system can be configured optimium for your application. Its basic version is tunable from 1.35 µm to 4.5 µm, but can be upgraded to higher power, to the VIS (700 – 980 nm), the NIR (1.1 – 1.4 µm) and the MIR range (4.5 – 20 µm). Each module is field upgradable, and the entire system is fully automated and controlled via a user-friendly GUI.

ultrafast lasersS Eultrafast lasers from Stuttgart Instruments

The Stuttgart Instruments Primus is an ultrafast solid-state laser at 1040 nm central wavelength. It provides several Watts of output power at 40 MHz pulse repetition rate and 450 fs pulse duration.

Its outstanding low noise level (which even reaches the shot noise limit above 300 kHz) and its excellent long-term stability enable ultrasensitive applications.

The entire system is encapsulated in a solid CNC-cut and water-cooled housing, thus reaching excellent robustness against external perturbations.

The Primus is perfectly suited to pump the Stuttgart Instruments Alpha, which is a modular wavelength-tunable laser system covering the 700 nm to 20 µm spectral range in its maximum configuration. Shot-noise limited performance at milliwatt- to watt-level power is reached, making this system ideal for IR spectroscopy, material analysis, process monitoring or quantum technologies.

wavelength-tunable light sourcesS Ewavelength-tunable light sources from Stuttgart Instruments

The Stuttgart Instruments Alpha system is a modular, wavelength-tunable laser covering the 700 nm to 20 µm spectral range. It provides ultrafast pulses at MHz repetition rates and milliwatt- to watt-level power. Due to its excellent passive long-term stability, outstanding performance at the shot-noise limit and broad spectral range, it is ideally suited for sensitive IR applications.

The Alpha system can be configured optimium for your application. Its basic version is tunable from 1.35 µm to 4.5 µm, but can be upgraded to higher power, to the VIS (700 – 980 nm), the NIR (1.1 – 1.4 µm) and the MIR range (4.5 – 20 µm). Each module is field upgradable, and the entire system is fully automated and controlled via a user-friendly GUI.