INDYLIT 10 line

Industrial femtosecond laser for microprocessing

1030nm, 450fs, 10W, 80kHz-1MHz

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Standout features:

  • Extremely robust and stable

  • Adjustable repetition rate, pulse duration, power

  • High pulse energy and clean pulse shape

  • Passively air cooled

  • Maintenance-free & turn-key

Applications:

  • Materials microprocessing

  • Ophthalmology

  • Semiconductor and electronics

  • Display manufacturing

  • Battery manufacturing

Built like a tank firing femtosecond shells

Indylit 10 is high energy air-cooled laser suitable for a variety of ultrafast applications.

The laser head features an entirely passively-cooled design (patent pending), ensuring high stability of the optical parameters such as pulse duration, beam pointing and power.

Its mechanical construction can withstand almost everything you can throw at it, making Indylit a new kind of industrial femtosecond technology.

Product data sheet

Central wavelength 1030 ± 2 nm
Average power >10 W @ 300-1000 kHz
Max. pulse energy 1) >100 μJ @ 80 kHz, >10 μJ @1 MHz
Pulse duration <450 fs
Pulse duration tunability 450 fs - 2 ps
Internal Pulse repetition rate (RRi) 80 kHz – 1 MHz
Pulse repetition rate after pulse picker RRi/N, N = 1, 2,...
Triggering mode Pulse picker control via TTL
Power attenuation 2) 100-0.1%
Beam quality M² <1.2
Beam circularity 3) >0.87
Beam diameter (at 1/e2 level) 1.5 ± 0.5 mm
Beam divergence (full angle) < 1.5 mrad
Beam pointing vs temp. (pk-to-pk) < 20 μrad/°C
Pulse Energy Stability (RMS) <1.0 %
Power Stability (RMS) <1.0 %
Warm-up time (cold start) <15 min
Warm-up time (warm start) <10 s
Laser control interface CAN, USB
Operating voltage 100...240 V AC, 47...63 Hz
Average power consumption (after warm-up) <300 W
Operating temperature 15 – 35 °C
Humidity non condensing
Transportation/storage temperature -20 – +70 °C
Dimensions: Laser head (LxWxH) 483 x 204 x 186 mm
Dimensions: Control unit (WxDxH) 449 x 368 x 140 mm
Colling: Laser head air (passive)
Colling: Control unit forced air (fans)

1) Please refer to the power and energy vs. pulse repetition rate curves for typical values
2) Attenuation can be control in a few different regimes: a) via PC user interface, b) by CAN register, c) by analog input (0-1V)
3) Defined as the worst case ellipticity along the z-scan (±5xLRayleigh) of the beam
4) Indylit lasers are class 4 laser products. Avoid eye or skin exposure to direct or scattered laser light
5) World patented technology: US10038297, JP6276471, EP3178137, CN106575849