Tag Archives: mid-infrared (MIR)

ORPPHEUS-MIR Installed in Austrian Lab

A state-of-the-art laser system with two optical parametric amplifiers (OPAs), including Light Conversion’s award-winning ORPHEUS-MIR, was installed at Silicon Austria Labs (SAL), Austria’s top research center for electronic-based systems. This versatile combination of Light Conversion’s OPAs provides broadband pulses in the UV–MIR range with sub-100 fs pulse duration. These parameters are ideal for sum-frequency spectroscopy and … Continue reading

29-Nov-2021 Blog, Lasers, Light Conversion

Light Conversion’s ORPHEUS-MIR Selected as Gold Honoree

A highly esteemed and experienced panel of judges from the optics and photonics community recognized ORPHEUS-MIR from Light  Conversion as a GOLD HONOREE by “Laser Focus World.” ORPHEUS-MIR is a broad-band-width mid-IR optical parametric amplifier (OPA) with the following features: Broad-bandwidth up to 500 cm-1 2500–10,000 nm tuning range < 100 fs pulse duration Up to 80 W pump power … Continue reading

21-Oct-2021 Blog, Lasers, Light Conversion

New Ultrafast Source for Broadband Mid-IR Pulses

ORPHEUS-MIR is a versatile system optimized for the efficient generation of broadband, mid-IR pulses from Light Conversion. In general, it is a two-channel optical parametric amplifier (OPA), followed by a difference frequency generation (DFG) stage. The system provides broadband pulses in the tuning range of 2500–11,000 nm, and reaches up to 15 µm with optional narrowband extension. … Continue reading

30-Sep-2020 Blog, Lasers, Light Conversion

Germanium Beam Shapers for Mid- to Far-IR Broadband Applications

Germanium (Ge) broadband beam shapers can shape single mode lasers at wavelengths in the mid-IR spectrum to achieve uniform illumination profiles in various shapes including: square, round, line or rectangular. These beam shapers are ideal for MIR/FIR spectroscopy and other projection applications using broad-band MIR sources. Therefore, Holo-Or’s single window beam shapers offer diffraction-limited shaping performance in the entire … Continue reading

29-Jan-2019 Blog, Holo/Or, Optics, Spectroscopy
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