Based on diode-pumped disk laser technology, the femtosecond laser JenLas® D2.fs from JENOPTIK Laser Technologies Corp. (Brighton, MI) emits high pulse energies of 40 μJ at 100 kHz repetition rate, and can operate in the 30-200 kHz range. Its working temperature range has been extended to 15–35 °C. The laser offers beam quality of M² ≤ 1.25 near the theoretical limit and pulse duration of ≤ 400 fs. Testing includes climate and shock tests, immunity to external electrical noise, and compliance with the low EMC standards for electrical noise emission.
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