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FCPA – Fiber Chirped Pulse Amplification (FCPA) laser

IMRA's Fiber Chirped Pulse Amplification (FCPA) laser was introduced to the market in 2004 and has steadily proven its industrial reliability. Based on this patented technology, the powerfully designed new FCPA μJewel products are available in the DE, DX and DH series, delivering high pulse energy and average power. The femtosecond pulse energy range [...]

FCPA – Fiber Chirped Pulse Amplification (FCPA) laser2024-04-03T11:16:36+08:00

Femtolite Femtosecond Laser System

IMRA's Femtolite F/G/H series of compact fiber laser systems are ideal femtosecond light sources for metrology applications in industrial environments. They are also an excellent alternative to Ti:Sapphire lasers in scientific research environments. The wavelength range of the F/G/H series is 805, 810 and 1620 nm. Uniquely, the HX-150 provides dual outputs at both [...]

Femtolite Femtosecond Laser System2024-04-03T11:08:19+08:00

Enhanced Cavity System

Enhanced cavity The enhancement cavity is an optical cavity (resonant cavity) used to resonantly enhance optical power or intensity. When the incident light resonates with the cavity and matches the mode, the optical power in the cavity is much greater than the incident power. Enhanced cavities have a wide range of applications, such as [...]

Enhanced Cavity System2024-04-03T10:57:12+08:00

Mode-Locked Lasers, F2F Modules and Locked Controllers

In addition to optical combs and optical comb systems suitable for various applications, IMRA can provide mode-locked lasers at the following wavelengths, f2f modules for optical combs, locking controllers, and amplification and beat frequency modules. 1) Mode-locked laser IMRA can provide mode-locked lasers at the following wavelengths to meet your different wavelength and power [...]

Mode-Locked Lasers, F2F Modules and Locked Controllers2024-04-03T10:55:14+08:00

Fiber Optic Comb and Microwave Generation System

IMRA America offers a high performance frequency comb for advanced metrology applications, such as optical clocks and comb spectroscopy. The rack-mounted comb integrates easily, especially where a portable system is premium. An all-erbium platform, the frequency comb comes with fiber-coupled outputs and provides ultra-low phase noise, timing jitter, and superior frequency stability. IMRA provides [...]

Fiber Optic Comb and Microwave Generation System2024-04-03T10:54:03+08:00

Two-dimensional (2D) Grating

Two-dimensional gratings are ideal for positioning and metrology applications that require exceptional accuracy (~ nanometers or less) over a long range (~ millimeters or more). These requirements are found in the semiconductor, precision manufacturing, and biological imaging fields, to name a few. Often displacement measuring interferometers (DMIs) could provide a solution, but might also [...]

Two-dimensional (2D) Grating2024-03-19T11:12:31+08:00

Hybrid Gratings

Hybrid gratings are a cross between multilayer dielectric (MLD) and gold gratings. Like MLD gratings, they comprise an all-dielectric, partial transmission grating over a highly reflecting mirror; however, hybrid gratings utilize a metallic mirror instead of a dielectric one. As a result, this type of grating can in principle realize the best performance characteristics [...]

Hybrid Gratings2024-03-19T09:21:22+08:00

Gold Grating

The superior performance of PGL gold gratings comes from our proprietary gold coating process that produces a conformal coating which results in higher diffraction efficiency. We have placed an emphasis on this process because we have recognized that gold-over-glass coating is crucial to good grating performance. The coatings are also highly uniform over very [...]

Gold Grating2024-03-18T11:02:55+08:00

High Energy Laser Spectral Beam Combining Gratings

PGL’s innovative combination of thin-film coating technology with grating design and fabrication know-how allows the diffraction efficiency, wavefront, LIDT, and power-handling capability required for Spectral Beam Combining (SBC) laser systems. Benefits High nonpolarizing Diffraction Efficiency Excellent Diffracted Wavefront Error High Laser-Induced Damage Threshold (LIDT) Low absorption to avoid heating effects Superior [...]

High Energy Laser Spectral Beam Combining Gratings2024-03-18T10:28:13+08:00