InSight® X3™/X3+™ Ultrafast Tunable Lasers

InSight X3_X3+ Ultrafast Tunable Lasers MKS Spectra-Physics
 
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680-1300 nm; Repetition Rate 80 MHz; Pulse Width 1.0->3.5 W; Tuning Speed >50 nm/s; Noise... more
Product information "InSight® X3™/X3+™ Ultrafast Tunable Lasers"

680-1300 nm; Repetition Rate 80 MHz; Pulse Width <120-<200 fs; Output Power >1.0->3.5 W; Tuning Speed >50 nm/s; Noise <0.25%, <0.5%

Specifically designed for advanced multiphoton microscopy, InSight® X3™ and InSight® X3+™ ultrafast tunable lasers are built on MKS Spectra-Physics’ industry leading InSight platform, with hundreds of peer-reviewed publications, the largest installed base in the market and demonstrated high reliability.

Based on patented technology, InSight features a broad 680 nm to 1300 nm continuous, gap-free tuning curve from a single beam with nearly double the tuning range of legacy Ti:Sapphire lasers. InSight is designed with the peak of the tuning curve centered in the 900 to 1100 nm region to excite the most common green and red fluorophores including GFP, RFP, GCaMP, jRGECO, and mCherry.

InSight X3+ delivers 50% greater power across the tuning range for deeper imaging and more complex experiments and additionally provides the highest powers at the longest wavelengths of 1280 to 1300 nm for excitation of far red fluorophores such as Alexa-680.

With MKS Spectra-Physics’ integrated and patented DeepSee™ dispersion pre-compensation module, the short femtosecond pulses are optimally delivered through a microscope to the sample providing maximum fluorescence and penetration depth. InSight has exceptional beam pointing stability, beam quality, output power stability and noise, with fast wavelength tuning.

When equipped with the fixed 1045 nm dual beam option, the InSight platform fully supports the diverse needs of multimodal imaging. The two synchronized output beams enable easy simultaneous imaging of various fluorescence proteins, genetically encoded calcium indicators, second and third harmonic generation, and advanced imaging techniques such as CARS and SRS. For these advanced techniques, InSight can be combined with the Newport Timing and Recombination Unit (TRU) or the Spectral Focusing Timing and Recombination Unit (SF-TRU).

Key Features:

  • High Power Across Entire Tuning Range With the Industry’s Highest Power at the Multiphoton Imaging Wavelengths Between 900 and 1300 nm
  • Average Output Power: >1.0 to >3.5 W
  • Field Proven With the Largest Installed Base in the Market, Hundreds of Peer-reviewed Publications and Demonstrated High Reliability
  • Broad Tuning Range for Maximum Flexibility: 680 to 1300 nm
  • Tuning Speed: >50 nm/s
  • Dual Output at 1045 nm With Optional Pre-compensation for Simultaneous Two Color Excitation
  • Pulse Width: <120 to <200 fs
  • Noise: <0.25%, <0.5%
  • Pre-compensation Dispersion Range: 0 to -40,000 fs²
  • Repetition Rate: 80 MHz
  • Spatial Mode: TEM00, M² <1.2
  • Beam Diameter (1/e²): 1.1 mm
  • Beam Divergence, Full Angle: <1.5 mrad
  • Beam Roundness: 1.0 ±0.2 mm
  • Beam Pointing Stability: <350 µrad
  • Polarization: >500:1, Horizontal
  • Laser Head Cooling Requirements: Water Cooled
  • Operating Temperature Range: 20 to 25 °C
  • Dimensions: 901 x 502 x 184 mm

Applications: Multiphoton Microscopy; Two-Photon Excited Fluorescence (TPEF); Multimodal Imaging like Coherent Anti-stokes Raman Spectroscopy (CARS), Stimulated Raman Spectroscopy (SRS), Second/Third Harmonic Generation (SHG/THG); Optogenetics; Non-linear Spectroscopy; Time-resolved Photoluminescence; Optical Computed Tomography; Terahertz Imaging; Semiconductor Metrology

Product Group: Ultrafast Tunable Lasers
Manufacturer Series Name: InSight® X3™/X3+™
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