The efficiency of our lasing process within our novel fiber-based architecture, allows us to deliver more power (up to 4 W). Our systems can also be set up to operate across a wide range of pulse repetition frequencies (factory set between 50 MHz – 200 MHz), unlike Ti:sapphire based systems.
Our highly efficient laser architecture does not generate high thermal loads, thus avoiding the need for water-cooling, and occupies less space on the optical bench than a Ti:sapphire system – this ensures your environmental goals remain on track.
The Chromacity 1040 integrates seamlessly into microscopy set-ups and because the intracavity beam is confined within a robust fiber, the system is inherently less prone to misalignment when compared against free-space cavities.
Optical alignment is an onerous step, and often the first point of failure during installation of the Ti:sapphire.
We’ve replaced complexity with simplicity.
With minimal set-up required, the Chromacity 1040 is operationally ready straight out of the box. This means less time troubleshooting legacy systems and more time driving scientific advances which make a positive impact upon society.