Single frequency lasers


Single-frequency narrowband erbium laser


  • Interferometric measurements
  • Measurements of surface velocity in fast-moving, shock-wave processes
  • Vibrometry
  • Laser spectroscopy
  • Optical communications


Short pulse lasers


Picosecond/ nanosecond fiber lasers

  • Up to 70 W at 1064 nm
  • Up to 30 W at 532 nm
  • Up to 12 W at 355 nm
  • 50 kHz–20 MHz repetition rate
  • Up to 60μJ pulse energy
  • Pulse duration 50 ps
  • Excellent beam quality M²<1.3
  • Air and water cooled options
  • Low life-time ownership cost


Shortpulse diode lasers

  • Laser pulses as short as 30 ps and widely tunable in nanosecond range
  • Peak power of more than 2 W for specific wavelengths
  • Standard range of wavelengths covering the most popular spectral range
  • Collimated free space output with detachable fiber pigtail or fixed fiber output
  • Adjustable pulse duration for ns modules 1–100 ns
  • External TTL trigger capability
  • Repetition rate up to 30 MHz from on-board generator and up to 60 MHz from an external source of TTL signal
  • Wavelength TEC tuning
  • Compact size, cost-effective design: 105 mm ×70 mm ×25 mm
  • Computer control via mini USB interface


1550 picosecond laser

Key features

  • Up to 2W at 1550nm
  • 35–500 ps pulse duration
  • Up to 10 kW peak power
  • Excellent beam quality M²<1.1
  • Monolithic, sealed and rugged design
  • Low life-time ownership cost


  • LiDAR
  • 3D Scanning
  • Range Finding
  • Metrology and Pollution Detection
  • Other Scientific Research


nanosecond fiber laser

Key features

  • Wavelength: 532, 1064 nm
  • Output power up to 3 W
  • 10 kHz–1 MHz repetition rate
  • Up to 25 μJ pulse energy
  • Pulse duration 0,7-4 ns


  • LiDAR
  • Scientific Research


Multichannel ultrashort pulse laser source with GHz repletion rate and flexible pulse pattern capability

Key features

  • Adjustable pulse duration: from 30ps to 100ns (depending on the LD used)
  • Mutually non-coherent pulses
  • Close to transform limit spectrum width
  • User defined wavelength for each output from 365nm to 1550nm (defined by available LDs)
  • Pulse repetition rate up to 1GHz
  • Arbitrary pulse profile for pulses longer that 1ns


  • Laser source for quantum communications
  • Biomedicine
  • Spectroscopy of biological objects
  • Burst and high rep rate seed source for fiber amplifiers for material processing