FemtoFiber ultra 1050
Femtosecond fiber laser 2-photon microscopy and neuroscience
• Fully turn-key with integrated AOM and GDD
• No noise-stress for animals thanks to fan-free passive cooling
• Brighter images with clean temporal pulse shape
• Compact laser design saving valuable table space
• Low cost of ownership using robust & reliable fiber-laser technology
Looking for a 2-photon microscopy laser that is easy to operate, compact, and that provides exceptional results? The FemtoFiber ultra 1050 is the laser you need! With more than sufficient output power, clean temporal pulse shape and extremely short pulses, the FemtoFiber ultra 1050 features the highest peak power available on the market and enables unmatched image brightness in 2-photon microscopy.
Turn-key and intuitive operation, fully-integrated GDD and AOM make the system extremely user-friendly and allow you to focus on your research!
Without the need for regular maintenance or alignment TOPTICAs robust & reliable fiber laser technology significantly reduces the cost of ownership of your laser systems. In addition, our quiet & compact laser design minimizes noise-stress to the animals while at the same time saving valuable table space.
The FemtoFiber ultra 1050 is ideally suited for the two-photon excitation of common fluorophores like mCherry, Propidium Iodide, tdTomato, eYFP, DsRed, mRFP or mOrange.
Center wavelength 1050 nm Pulse duration < 100 fs Average output power > 5 W Repetition rate 80 MHz Motorized dispersion precompensation (GDD) -40000 .. +1000 fs² Integrated power control (optional) > 1 MHz AOM modulation bandwidth Power in main pulse > 95% (typ.)
- Additional Information
- SHG microscopy
- Scientific Paper: Sponges as bioindicators for microparticulate pollutants? (2021)
- Webinar: Setting Up a Simple and Cost-Efficient Two-Photon Microscope for Neuroscience (2020)
- Scientific Paper: Simplifying two-photon microscopy (2020)
- Application Note: Dr. Max Eisele, Bernhard Wolfring "Next generation two-photon microscopy using the FemtoFiber ultra 920 fiber laser", Physics Today (2019)
- Application Note: Dr. Max Eisele, Bernhard Wolfring "Next generation two-photon microscopy using the FemtoFiber ultra 920 fiber laser" (2019)
- Article: František Batysta et al., Spectral pulse shaping of a 5 Hz, multi-joule, broadband optical parametric chirped pulse amplification frontend for a 10 PW laser system, Optics Letters (2018)
- Application Note: Time-resolved microscopy and spectroscopy using asynchronously synchronized fiber lasers (2018)
- Article: M. Breuer et al., Faserlaser für die Spektroskopie, Best of Physik Journal (2017)