Palm Beach atlantic Apotheke cialis generika Wie können man apps auf android-Tablet herunterladen

TOPAG Lasertechnik GmbH
Nieder-Ramstädter Str. 247
64285 Darmstadt
Telefon: +49 6151 4259 78
Telefax: +49 6151 4259 88 
E- mail: info [at] 

PL3140 - Serie, Nd:YLF

PL3140 - Serie, modengekoppelte Nd:YLF Laser


Im Vergleich zu Nd:YAG gepumpten Lasern liefern die Laser der PL3140 Serie Pulse mit einer Dauer von nur 10ps, und das mit einer ausgezeichneten Pulsdauer-Stabilität. Durch die Kombination von diodengepumptem Oszillator und regenerativem Verstärker mit einem blitzlampengepumpten Leistungsverstärker erreicht man Pulsenergien bis zu 80mJ@1053nm. Der Jitter des Synchronisationsausgangssignals ist kleiner als 30ps.


Bezeichnungen der Tabs

  • Beschreibung
  • Spezifikationen
  • Bilder
Tab 1


  • Hermetically sealed DPSS master oscillator
  • Flashlamp pumped regenerative amplifier
  • Flashlamp pumped power amplifier producing up to 80 mJ per pulse at 1053 nm
  • 10 ps pulse duration
  • Excellent pulse duration stability
  • Up to 10 Hz repetition rate
  • PC control via USB (RS232 is optional) and LabView™ drivers
  • Remote control pad
  • Optional streak camera triggering pulse with <10 ps rms jitter
  • Optional thermostabilized second, third or fourth harmonic generators
  • Optical parametric generators for tunable wavelength output in 210 – 2600 nm range are available


  • Time resolved spectroscopy
  • Nonlinear spectroscopy
  • OPG pumping
  • Other spectroscopic and nonlinear optics experiments

Nd:YLF mode-locked PL3143 series picosecond lasers produces high energy pulses with as short as 10 ps pulse duration.

Rugged and reliable design

Diode pumped mode-locked quasi‑CW master oscillator produces the train of the pulses that is guided to the regenerative amplifier for further amplification. The single pulse is cavity‑dumped from regenerative amplifier and then amplified by linear amplifiers to up to 80 mJ pulse energy. The output pulse energy can be adjusted in approximately 1 % steps from 1 mJ to nominal output, at the same time pulse-to-pulse energy stability remains less than 1.5 % rms at 1053 nm.

Angle-tuned KD*P and KDP crystals mounted in thermostabilised ovens are used for second, third and fourth harmonic generation. Harmonics separators ensure high spectral purity of each harmonic directed to different output port.

Build in energy monitors continuously monitors output pulse energy. Data from the energy monitor can be seen on the remote keypad or on PC monitor.

The laser provides triggering pulse for synchronization of customer‘s equipment with lead up to 500 ns. The lead of triggering pulse can be adjusted in ~0.25 ns steps from control pad or PC.

PRETRIG option is offered for streak camera triggering and can provide ulse with up to 1000 μs lead that can be adjusted from PC with approx. 33 ns step.

Simple and convenient laser control

For customer convenience the laser can be controlled via user-friendly remote control pad. The remote pad allows easy control of all the parameters and features a backlit display that is easy to read even when wearing laser safety eyewear.

Alternatively, the laser can be controlled from personal computer via USB port using supplied software for Windows™ operating system. LabView™ drivers are supplied as well.

Tab 2
Specifications 1)

Pulse energy
At 1053 nm 30 mJ 50 mJ 80 mJ
At 526.5 nm 2) 15 mJ 25 mJ 40 mJ
At 351 nm 3) 8 mJ 12 mJ 15 mJ
At 263.25 nm 3) 4 mJ 6 mJ 8 mJ
Pulse energy stability (Std. Dev) 4)
At 1053 nm < 1.5 %
At 526.5 nm < 3.0 %
At 351 nm <5.5 %
At 263.25 nm <7.0 %
Pulse duration (FWHM)5) 10±2 ps
Pulse duration stability6) ± 0.5 ps
Repetition rate 10 Hz 5 or 10 Hz 5 Hz
Polarization linear, vertical
Pre-pulse contrast > 200:1
Triggering mode internal/external
SYNC OUT pulse jitter 7) < 30 ps
SYNC OUT pulse lead/delay 8) -500..50 ns
Beam divergence 9) < 0.7 mrad < 0.6 mrad < 0.6 mrad
Beam pointing stability 10) <20 µrad
Typical beam diameter 11) ~6 mm ~7 mm ~8 mm
Physical characteristics
Laser head size (WxLxH) 462x1245x255 mm 600x1600x260 mm
Electric cabinet size (WxLxH) 550x600x835
Umbilical length 2.5 m
Operating requirements
Water consumption (max 20 °C) < 15 l/min
Room temperature 22±2 °C
Relative humidity 20-80 % (non-condensing)
Power requirements 12) three phase, 208 or 380 VAC, 20 A, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption, <2.5 kVA <3 kVA13) <4 kVA


1) Due to continuous improvement, all specifications are subject to change without notice. For latest product information please visit EKSPLA. Parameters marked typical are not specifications. They are indications of typical performance and will vary with each unit we manufacture. Unless stated otherwise all specifications are measured at 1053 nm.

2) For -SH option. Outputs are not simultaneous. Please inquire for pulse energies at other wavelengths.

3) With auxiliary H400 harmonics generator unit. Outputs are not simultaneous. Please inquire for pulse energies at other wavelengths.

4) Averaged from 300 pulses.

5) Inquire for optional pulse durations in 20 – 80 ps range.

6) Measured over 1 hour period when ambient temperature variation is less than ±1 °C.

7) In respect to optical pulse. <10 ps jitter is provided with PRETRIG option.

8) SYNC OUT lead or delay can be adjusted with ~0.25 ns steps in specified range. PRETRIG option provide -1000..5000 μs lead/delay time adjustment range.

9) Full angle measured at the 1/e² point at 1053 nm.

10) RMS value measured from 300 shots.

11) Beam diameter is measured at 1053 nm at the 1/e² point.

12) Mains voltage should be specified when ordering.

13) For 10 Hz version.


Option PRETRIG provides low jitter pulse for streak camera triggering with delay in -1000...5100 μs range and <10 ps rms jitter


Tab 3

Tab 3 Inhalt

Tab 4

Tab 4 Inhalt

Tab 5
Bild 1
Beschreibung 1
High energy picosecond mode-locked Nd:YLF lasers PL3140 series 
Bild 2
Beschreibung 2
Typical beam profile at 1053 nm at 20 cm from PL3143B laser output at 80 mJ pulse energy 
Bild 3
Beschreibung 3
PL3143 and PL3143A model picosecond mode-locked Nd:YLF laser head outline drawing 
Bild 4
Beschreibung 4
Bild 5
Beschreibung 5
Bild 6
Beschreibung 6
Bild 7
Beschreibung 7
Bild 8
Beschreibung 8
Bild 9
Beschreibung 9
Bild 10
Beschreibung 10