PriTel, Inc. 513 Weston Ridge Dr.,
P.O. Box 4025
Naperville, IL 60567-4025, USA
Ph: 630-983-2200, Fx: 630-983-2260
Now in our 13th consecutive
year of business worldwide.
We manufacture a range of customized fiber lasers,
amplifiers, and multiplexers for a variety of applications at
1550 nm, 1060 nm, and 775 nm.
PriTel’s announces the
FFL-1M Series of 1.06 μm Picosecond and
Lasers, designed for R&D applications in
fiber lasers, optical switching, measurement of
optical fiber properties,
ranging, and coherent
Why choose a 1060-nm fiber laser?
size and self-contained no
alignment issues high
pulse-repetition rates (5 MHz to 50 MHz)
with pulsewidth and pulse repetition rate
(e.g., 0.5 mW at 4 ps and 20 MHz)
>1 nm at 4
(other connectors available on request)
+15 to 30°C
-20 to 50°C
at 47-63 Hz
10 cm x 26
cm x 36 cm
Note: The FFL Series offers front-panel electrical
sync pulse output for synchronizing the optical pulse train
to an external system.
* Inquire about other pulsewidths.
** Defined as short-term, pulse-to-pulse
FFLs are passively mode-locked fiber lasers that
generate soliton pulses without
using any external clock
or reference source. These lasers are very
easy to use.
pulse-repetition rate is based simply on the transit
time of the pulse in
the fiber laser cavity. The pulse is
shaped by an internal saturable
absorber. To operate
the FFL, just turn on the key switch. No
adjustments are necessary.
The following outputs are
standard on PriTel's FFLs: primary PM optical output secondary non-PM optical output (provides
approximately 10% of the primary output power
and is useful for measuring pulsewidth or pulse
spectra) RF electrical output from an internal photodiode
(useful for synchronizing
other equipment in the experiment)
Quick-Change Pulsewidth PriTel's
Quick-Change Pulsewidth feature is standard
every FFL model with a pulsewidth greater than 150 fs. Each filter is designed to optimize the optical spectrum and
shape for the pulsewidth selected.
Please inquire about cartridges for special pulsewidths.