Programmable Picosecond Laser: Compact Synchronized Laser for CARS

An unique combination of fiber optic components enables the integration of both a pump laser and a Stokes laser together in one compact housing. Both lasers are synchronized and programmable in all important parameters.

Programmable synchronized picosecond laser from Genia Photonics.
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The two internal picosecond lasers of the Synchronized Programmable Laser from Genia Photonics can be controlled very easily via an USB port. The following parameters can be set or changed within microseconds while the laser is in operation: Pulse duration of pump and Stokes pulse separately, pulse repetition rate (synchronized), delay between pump and Stokes pulse, wavelength of the Stokes pulse. The common fiber output makes the integration of the laser in your experimental setup very easy.

In addition to the main application CARS (Coherent Anti Stokes Raman Scattering) the Synchronized Programmable Laser can also be used for the following applications:

- Stimulated Raman Spectroscopy
- Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
- Molecular Imaging
- Non-linear Pump Probe Experiments
- Sum and Difference Frequency Generation
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