MixTrain Series Sum- and Difference Frequency Mixers

MixTrain Series Sum- and Difference Frequency Mixers Sirah Lasertechnik
 
  • SW11691
488-4260 nm; Output Power >0.1->2 W; Crystal Length 40 mm Max.; Crystal Width 33 mm Max.; Beam... more
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488-4260 nm; Output Power >0.1->2 W; Crystal Length 40 mm Max.; Crystal Width 33 mm Max.; Beam Polarization Vertical

Sirah Lasertechnik’s MixTrain Series is using quasi-phase matching in periodically poled crystals for sum- or difference frequency mixing of two cw-lasers. Typically, one of the lasers will be a tunable Titanium:Sapphire (Ti:Sa) laser like the Matisse C or Matisse 2 T Series, while the other laser is a powerful fixed wavelength fiber laser.

The MixTrain system uses a motor-controlled translation stage for changing the period of the crystal and a temperature-stabilized oven capable of heating up to +180 °C. All optics for beam shaping, polarization control, beam combination, and beam separation are included. An optical diode isolates the fiber laser input from back reflections from the setup.

Within MixTrain 5/10, the doubled fiber laser at 532 nm can be ordered with a second beam output for the residual 1064 nm. The MixTrain optics can be used for 532 nm and 1064 nm. A shift mirror construction in the pump path allows for easy change between the two input wavelengths for the MixTrain with minimal readjustment.

For MixTrain 15 systems, the powerful fixed wavelength fiber laser operates at 1550 nm, providing a sum wavelength range of 488 nm to 615 nm with more than 2 W of output power at 520 nm, and a difference wavelength range of 1650 to 2800 nm with more than 200 mW output power at 1700 nm.

For MixTrain 19 systems, the powerful fixed wavelength fiber laser operates at 1950 nm, providing a sum wavelength range of 515 nm to 664 nm with more than 1.5 W of output power at 555 nm, and a difference wavelength range of 1090 to 1750 nm with more than 100 mW output power at 1350 nm.

 

  MixTrain 5/10 MixTrain 15 MixTrain 19
General Characteristics  
Fiber Laser (For Other Lasers Contact AMS Technologies) 532 nm /1064 nm 1550 nm 1950 nm
Matisse Laser 690 nm to 1015 nm    
Wavelength Range Difference Difference Sum Difference Sum Difference
1160 - 2350 nm 1940 - 4260 nm 488 - 615 nm 1650 - 2800 nm 515 - 664 nm 1090 - 1750 nm
Power >170 mW @1350 nm

>100 mW @2350 nm

>2 W @520 nm

>200 mW @1700 nm

>1.5 W @555 nm

>100 mW @1350 nm

Standard Periodically Poled Crystals

1.15-1.7 µm (40 GHz),
1.65-2.3 µm (40 GHz),
1.96-2.7 µm (60 GHz),
2.4-4.2 µm (60 GHz)

488-550 nm (25 GHz),
545-625 nm (25 GHz),
1650-1900 nm (40 GHz),
1900-2900 nm (40 GHz) 

515-585 nm (25 GHz),
575-670 nm (25 GHz),
1045-1380 nm (40 GHz),
1360-1750 nm (40 GHz)

 Dimensions  354 x 435 x 238-252 mm   
Periodically Poled Crystal Characteristics       
Maximum Length  40 mm      
Maximum Width  33 mm       
Temperature Range  +20 °C to +180 °C    
Recommended Size of Periodic Domain  1 mm x 1 mm      
 Beam Polarization  Vertical
    
 Requirements       
 Pump Laser Matisse Ti:Sa Laser (Max. Output Power 5 W), Single-frequency Fiber Laser (Max. Output Power 15 W)      
 Ambient Conditions  Constant Temperature +20 - +30 °C, 80% Max. Rel. Humidity     
 Cooling Required for Crystal (<20 W, Chiller of Pump Laser Can Be Used)      
Laboratory Vibrational Isolated Optical Table, Dust-free Air (Flow Box)
Computer Control XP, Vista, Windows 7/8/10, USB Port

 

Applications: Scientific Research; Quantum Optics; Atomic Cooling; Holography; High-resolution Spectroscopy; Raman Spectroscopy

Product Group: Sum- and Difference Frequency Mixers
Manufacturer Series Name: MixTrain Series
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