Laser Technologies & Components
ALPhANOV's ambition is to serve the laser industry by supplying state-of-the-art critical laser technologies and components, for your most demanding applications.
Your laser deserves no less than high performance technologies and components. ALPhANOV develops numerous custom technological bricks which are essential to lasers. Our team of research and development engineers, PhDs, and technicians combine the component culture to the Laser one, in order to provide the best possible guidance.
Because we know that the laser performances highly depend on the reliability and the quality of its components, we offer unique developments, qualified as close as possible to your operational regime.
Our knowledge of extreme regimes, our mastery of fiber based architectures, and our know-how in bonding processes led us to focus our developments around:
- High power fiber amplifiers, including for example:
- A mode field adaptor (MFA) in co-forward pumping or an injection module for counter-forward pumping.
- A SMA connector at the output to handle high power, or a large conical end-cap to handle high energy.
- Solutions for high power combiners, with optimized temperature behavior and brightness.
- Custom Fiber Bragg Gratings inscribed by femtosecond Laser.
- Functionalized Optical Surfaces, through the development of cleaning, activation, and bonding processes.
- Free-space combining solutions using all-glued assemblies.
Depending on your needs, we can support you in all phases of your project. From the feasibility study, through the validation of the application, to the production of pre-series.
We draw our strength from the fact that we also offer custom Laser development, and of course, we integrate our own laser technologies and components. In short, we can say that we know what we are offering. If you are a Laser manufacturer, do not hesitate to challenge us by sending your technical requirements ! Be sure our team will be willing to face it.
Our range of products
kW-class combining solutionsBased on our experience with optical fibres in high-power systems, ALPhANOV can now offer high-brilliance combiners in the kilowatt regime.
High-Power Fiber AmplifiersALPhANOV has an expertise in high-power fiber amplifier development, tailored to your operational regime, and customized for your application.
Our related collaborative projects
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
Convergence - Optical components for power lasers
Design and realize optical components to enable the rise in energy and average power of diode-pumped solid lasers.Learn more
GRADIOM - Gradiomètre de gravité à ondes de matière
To develop a new generation of highly efficient external enhancement-cavity doublers at 780 nm.Learn more
DIODE - Platform of expertise and resources based on laser diodes
(2012 - 2015)
To establish a platform of expertise and resources around components, modules and subsystems based on laser diodes.Learn more
- Self-referenced multiplex CARS imaging with picosecond pulse generated supercontinuum by using second and third order nonlinearities, S. Wehbi, T. Mansuryan, M. Fabert, A. Tonello, K. Krupa, S. Wabnitz, S. Vergnole, V. Couderc
- 200W electro-optic frequency comb from a monolithic fiber laser with tunable repetition rate between 1 and 18 GHz featuring 200 fs pulses, F. Leroi, H. Ye, G. Santarelli, J. Boullet, E. Cormier
- Ultra-high brightness, low insertion loss, kW-class co and contra propagative 6+1:1 combiner, Y-V Bardin; C. Pierre; J. Boullet
- Photonic crystal fiber-based components for high power industrial Fs laser applications, J. Boullet; S. Boivinet; C. Pierre; G. Machinet; H. Lecommandoux; E. Chalumeau; C. Vinçont; K. Robin; M. Berisset
- Sets of microlens arrays to finely shape homogenized focal spots, A. Jolly, G. Machinet, J. Boullet
- Thermal lensing effects in rod-based Tm3+: YLF amplifiers versus pump and cooling conditions, A Jolly; S Vidal; J Boullet
- Laser-induced damage threshold of Yb:YAG crystals at stretched 150-ps pulses, M. J. Milla Rodrigo; R. Diaz; L. Deyra; D. Sangla; M. Durand; P. Sevillano; A. Courjaud; J. Boullet