Synchonously Pumped Picosecond Optical Parametric Oscillator tunable from 410 to 2600 nm a

featuring: <3 cm-1 linewidth and 10 ps pulse duration

above 40 mW at 500 nm



















- Excellent TEM 00 mode quality and pointing stability are guaranteed by more than one meter long OPO cavity and stringent mode selection by small diameter gain-guided-amplifying medium in the non-linear crystal. Wavefront quality is preserved by avoiding the use of non-flat optics such as gratings.

- The 0.3 Ásc long bunches of picosecond pulses (pulse separation ~ 10 nsc) are generated at 25 Hzc allowing easy synchronous detection in spectroscopic applications. The energy per pulse at 532 nm is > 50 ÁJc. Please contact us for options such as high energy single pulse generation (> 500 ÁJ/pulse @ 500 nm).

- Bunch to bunch energy stability is guaranteed by pumping the OPO well above the oscillation threshold.

- The OPO is operated via a PC-based user-friendly interface allowing self-calibration and self-control of the laser performances. Frequency accuracy = 0.15 cm-1, resetability = 0.1 cm-1. The interface is equipped with gated integrators for synchronous detection of analog signals to allow immediate spectroscopic applications.

Thanks to close partnership with the laboratories a which have developed and operated the laser since 1996, Euroscan can provide your team with the most reliable and convivial OPO system.

a The laser system was developed in the research group headed by Prof. P. Thiry at LASMOS laboratory (Namur, Belgium). The scientist in charge of the project was A. Peremans. The first prototype has been operating since January 1998.

c Please contact us for custom designed specifications


“Role of the Intermolecular Vibrations in the Hydrogen Transfer Rate: The

3-Methylindole-NH3 Complex ╗, Olivier David, Claude Dedonder-Lardeux, Christophe Jouvet, and Andrzej Sobolewski,

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"Electronic and molecular properties of an adsorbed protein monolayer probed by two-color sum-frequency generation spectroscopy",

Dreesen L, Humbert C, Sartenaer Y, Caudano Y, Volcke C, Mani AA, Peremans A, Thiry PA, Hanique S, Frere JM,

Langmuir 20 (17): 7201-7207 (2004).