Del Mar Photonics - Rincon cross correlator brochure - Manual (sample)
Rincon Third Order Cross-Correlator (TOCC)
Each Rincon is optimized for customer laser system and required range of
The complete setup geometry, dimensions of non-linear crystals and some essential optics are all function of laser parameters and user-chosen tradeoffs between sensitivity, time resolution, time window, overall size etc.
We need the following information to set the tradeoffs and get all critical data necessary for the design which is optimized for your system:
1. What is wavelength of you laser system?
2. What is the repetition rate?
3. What is the normal pulse energy and beam diameter?
4. Is the laser pulse chirped?
5. What is the spectral bandwidth?
6. What is the pulsewidth?
7a. What is the expected (or estimated) contrast ratio as a function of delay from peak
7b. What is the minimum necessary contrast ratio as a function of delay from peak
8. What is beam quality (i.e. beam divergence relative to diffraction-limited one)
The third order cross-correlator Rincon has been specifically developed for
measuring a wide array of output parameters from ultrafast laser systems
contrast ratio of laser pulses, determining pulse pedestal, pre- and
post-pulses, and amplified spontaneous emission (ASE) in femtosecond systems. It
also provides information about the third-order cross-correlation function of
pulse intensity on a femtosecond scale and can be used for alignment of high
power femtosecond lasers.
Cross-correlator includes opto-mechanical assembly and electronics with USB interface. System is easy to operate and includes a full set of user friendly software tools for data collection and analysis.
To request a quote for Rincon cross-correlator please e-mail email@example.com with detailed answers to the questions above.
model for 1054 nm
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