Accelerators

illustration of particle acceleration phenomenonFemtosecond lasers unlocked many possibilities regarding application including particule acceleration.  As the particule will have to be accelerated into the laser beam, the peak intensity needed to perform such application is so high picosecond and nanosecond lasers could not reach it, having too long a pulselength. Particule acceleration can be used ultimely to offer better cancer treatment, or perform more fundamental particule researchs.

The femtosecond laser therefore becomes an alternative to costly solutions that are traditionnal particule accelerators, offering to scientists a compact solutions to perform their experiments. And it’s by being partners with scientific laboratories or by taking part in projects such as the DRACO laser in Dresde or the HIBEF laser project in Hamburg that Amplitude can nurture a culture of being at the forefront of technology and knowledge and understanding what the scientific world needs.

It allowed us to build lasers offering that combination needed of well-controlled optical ultrafast pulses and high peak power in a compact and reliable platform. Our mastery of contrast with add-ons such as the Sequoia has cimented our leadership on the subject.

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Femtosecond laser Satsuma

Satsuma

Versatile, full-featured and compact ultrafast laser / The Satsuma family of femtosecond laser offers versatility in the most compact aircooled laser platform on the...
  • From > 5 W to > 50 W
    Average Power
  • From > 10 µJ to > 40 µJ / 150 µJ
    Energy Per Pulse
  • < 350 fs to > 10 ps
    Pulsewidth
Image of ultrafast laser Tangor

Tangor

Powerful, full-featured and versatile femtosecond laser / Tangor is a high power ultrafast laser laser combining both high repetition rate (going up to 40 MHz...
  • Average Power
    From > 50 W to > 300 W
  • Energy Per Pulse
    From > 300 µJ to > 1 mJ
  • Pulsewidth
    < 500 fs to > 10 ps
Image of a femtosecond laser Tangerine

Tangerine

Femtosecond laser for research and development in micro processing and scientific applications / Tangerine is a powerful ultrafast laser combining both high repetition rate (going...
  • Average Power
    From > 20 W to 50 W
  • Energy Per Pulse
    Up to 250 µJ
  • Pulsewidth
    From < 150 fs to 10 ps

Satsuma Niji

Fully customizable and versatile femtosecond laser / Satsuma Niji is an industrial laser platform offering all possible wavelengths from 257 nm and up to...
  • Average Power
    Up to 20W
  • Energy Per Pulse
    Up to 40 μJ
  • Wavelength
    Fully customizable from 257 nm to 4000 nm

Magma

Magma is the world’s first industrial-grade ultrafast laser with up to 200 mJ pulse energy. The system offers high energy, high repetition rate together...
  • Pulse Energy
    From 2 mJ to 200 mJ
  • Pulse Duration
    < 500 fs
  • Peak Power
    From > 4 GW to > 400 GW
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Pulsar TW

Pulsar TW is the state-of-the-art high intensity laser for high field science. It offers best-in-class performance with industrial-grade reliability in a compact footprint. This laser...
  • Repetition Rate
    From 5 to 10 Hz
  • Peak Power
    From > 60 TW to > 250 TW
  • Energy Per Pulse
    From> 1,5 to > 6,25 J
Arco picture

Arco

The best of the Ti:Sapphire technology / Arco - the class of ultra-intense fs laser systems designed as the ideal light source for the most...
  • Repetition Rate
    From 10 Hz to 10 kHz
  • Energy Per Pulse
    From 0,8 mJ to 500 mJ
  • Pulsewidth
    From < 20 fs to < 100 fs