The EPL picosecond pulsed diode lasers are a family of high performance, cost effective excitation sources for fluorescence lifetime measurements.
In Time-Correlated Single Photon Counting (TCSPC) they bridge the gap between the nanosecond flashlamp and expensive mode locked Titanium Sapphire femtosecond lasers.
The EPL lasers are pre-adjusted for an optimum pulse width, with particular attention paid to reducing a secondary shoulder. They are fitted with integrated bandpass filters to spectrally purify the output.
The output has a typical pulse width of less than 100 ps. The EPL lasers are robust, maintenance free, easy to operate and have proprietary beam conditioning optics.
375 nm, 405 nm, 445 nm, 450 nm, 470 nm, 485 nm, 510 nm,
635 nm, 640 nm, 655 nm, 670 nm, 785 nm, 800 nm, 980 nm
|Linewidths||From <1.5 nm|
|Typical Pulse Widths @ 10 MHz||From 60 ps|
|Typical Peak Power @ 10 MHz||Up to 155 mW|
|Typical Average Power @ 20 MHz||Up to 0.25 mW|
|Beam Quality: Near Field Dimensions||<4.75 mm (fast axis), <1.75 mm (slow axis)|
|Beam Quality: Divergence||<1.5 mrad (fast axis), <0.75 mrad (slow axis)|
|Dimensions||168 mm (l) x 64 mm (d) x 64 mm (h)|
Class 3R/3B laser product. Avoid exposure to beam. Light emitted by the laser may be harmful to the human eye and to skin. Please obey laser safety regulations. These products comply with the US federal laser product performance standards.