ALPhANOV's core knowledge is the development of custom laser sources tailored to your applications. You can find below examples of turn-key laser sources immediately available for purchase, coming from years of R&D in fiber lasers.
As part of our turnkey laser sources
Mode-locked picosecond laser delivering linearly polarized laser pulses with a nearly Fourier-transform-limited pulse duration.
New generation of fiber laser with unique performances, delivering sub-40 fs pulses at 800 nm with nanojoule energy (> 2 nJ).
New tunable fiber laser source with pulse duration below 300 fs and near-infrared tunable wavelength in the range 1800 - 2100 nm.
Depending on your need, we support you in all phases of your laser development:
- Drafting specifications
- Feasibility tests
- Optical, mechanical and electronic design
- Development of a piloting software
- Reliability test
- Validation of the application
- Production of pre-series
- Transfer assembly procedures to your teams if necessary
Key features of laser sources
- Wavelength: from UV to medium infrared
- Pulse duration: from fs to ns
- Powers: from a few mW to several hundred W
- Energies: from a few nJ to several hundred mJ
- Rates: from a few Hz to several tens of MHz
The laser sources are frequently developed through collaborative projects, in order to achieve specific optical functions. They can also be designed for applications or processes that require laser beams with well-defined characteristics.
Our associated application sectors
Our related collaborative projects
SLALLOM - Holographic microscope
To develop a holographic microscope for all-optical brain studies with a single laser source.Learn more
TALSO - New brazing process
Develop a new cold brazing process based on porous silver oxalate joint for the thermal functionalization of optical components.Learn more
MIRACLE - Supercontinuum medium infrared source
To develop a supercontinuum laser emitting wavelengths ranging from 2 microns to 5.3 microns with an average power greater than 4 W.Learn more
- Highly efficient mJ level laser amplifiers at 2 microns for frequency comb spectroscopy, S. Vidal; A. Jolly; P. J. Hébert; B. Faure; J. Boullet
- 3.5 nJ femtosecond pulses at 792 nm generated by frequency doubling of an all-PM fiber high energy 48 fs laser, S. Boivinet; P. Morin; J. P. Yehouessi; S. Vidal; G. Machinet; J. Boullet
- 3 W Mid-IR supercontinuum extended up to 4.6 µm based on an all-PM thulium doped fiber gain-switch laser seeding an InF3 fiber, J-P. Yehouessi; S. Vidal; J-Y. Carrée; L. Bodin; S. Cozic; T. Berthelot; S. Poulain; L. Calvez; G. Huss; J. Boullet
- High-power all-fiber ultra-low noise laser, J. Zhao, G. Guiraud, C. Pierre, F. Floissat, A. Casanova, A. Hreibi, W. Chaibi, N. Traynor, J. Boullet, G. Santarelli
- SBS management in Yb-fiber-amplifiers using multimode seeds and pulse-shaping, A. Jolly, F. S. Gokhan, R. Bello, & P. Dupriez