Ekspla NL740 Series Ultrastable Nanosecond Laser

NL740 tunable pulse duration NdYAG lasers

The main feature of the Ekspla  NL740 series is the output of ultra-stable tunable duration (2 – 10 ns) narrow bandwidth nanosecond pulses based on temporally driven CW diode laser seeder and amplification stages.

Start of the system is the single mode DFB laser with temporal output power modulator. Then light is amplified in diode pumped regenerative amplifier in order to reach energy sufficient to amplify in double pass diode pumped amplifiers. Power amplifier is a chain of double pass amplifiers where pulse is amplified up to required energy. Before amplification spatial beam shaping is employed in order to get flat top shape at the output. The harmonic generators are based on angle tuned nonlinear crystals placed in a heater. Read more.

  • Nanosecond laser providing superior pulse temporal and spatial stability
  • Up to 100 mJ at 1064 nm
  • Up to 100 Hz repetition rate
  • 2 – 10 ns scalable pulse duration

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Features

  • Excellent temporal and spatial output mode stability
  • Up to 100 mJ output energy
  • Up to 100 Hz repetition rate
  • 2 – 10 ns pulse duration
  • 1064, 532 nm or 355 nm output wavelength
  • Fibre front end output amplified in diode pumped regenerative amplifier

Applications

  • Metrology
  • Front end for power amplifiers
  • Ti: Sapphire pumping
  • Laser peening – material hardening by laser-induced shock wave
  • Plasma and shock physics
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