Genia Photonics (Lasalle, Quebec, Canada) is now offering a family of high-performance, fiber-based MOPA (Master Oscillator Power Amplifier) lasers that deliver short, high-frequency pulses in the picosecond regime. The MOPA's output power, pulse frequency, pulse duration, and pulse energy are all user configurable during operation, but customers must specify the range for these parameters at time of order. Output maximum average power options include 100mW, 1W, 5W, 10W, 20W, and 30W; pulse width options can be either a fixed value from 20psec through 500psec or a variable range of either 20-40, 40-150, and 150-500 psec; and pulse repetition rate ranges can be selectable from within the 100 kHz to 200 MHz range. Operating wavelength can be set anywhere in the range of 1030nm to 1080nm or 1530nm to 1565nm with other wavelengths available on request.
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