Freespace Pulse Picker

Due to its fast rise/fall time, an AO device can be used to extract pulse(s) out of high repetition rate lasers

A pulse picker is a device used to control selectively the passage of light pulses generated by a mode locked laser for instance. Acousto Optic is a good candidate here as it offers small rise/fall time and high extinction ratio. Together with its dedicated RF driver PPKxx, the AO pulse pickers permits extraction of pulse out of high repetition rates up to 80 MHz and that, with minimum jitter, high consecutive pulse extinction ratio and high pulse to pulse stability.

For high optical power, Quartz or Fused Silica based Pickers will be preferred. We offer both freespace and fiber pigtailed Solution.

Our models of Freespace Pulse Picker

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Max Laser Repetition Rate
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Material
Wavelength (nm)
Aperture/mm²
Max Laser Repetition Rate
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TeO2
700-950
0.12 x 1
80
Min beam diameter (mm)
37.5
Rise Time (ns)
6
Efficiency (%)
70 - 85
Associated RF driver
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TeO2
700-950
0.5 x 1
12.5
Min beam diameter (mm)
250
Rise Time (ns)
40
Efficiency (%)
75 - 85
Associated RF driver
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TeO2
980-1100
0.2 x 1
50
Min beam diameter (mm)
65.5
Rise Time (ns)
10
Efficiency (%)
75 - 85
Associated RF driver
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TeO2
980-1064
1.5 x 2
4
Min beam diameter (mm)
0.7
Rise Time (ns)
112
Efficiency (%)
70 - 85
Associated RF driver
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TeO2
1030-1064
0.12 x 1
80
Min beam diameter (mm)
37.5
Rise Time (ns)
6
Efficiency (%)
70 - 85
Associated RF driver
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Quartz
1030-1080
2x2
6
Min beam diameter (mm)
0.7
Rise Time (ns)
80
Efficiency (%)
70 - 85
Associated RF driver
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Quartz
1030-1080
1
5
5x1
6
Min beam diameter (mm)
0.7
Rise Time (ns)
80
Efficiency (%)
70 - 85
Associated RF driver
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