Teem Photonics Microchip Pulsed Lasers, 266 to 1535nm, 2 to 1000mW

Microchip Pulsed Lasers

Pulsed laser with wavelengths from 266 to 1535nm, power from 2 to 1000mW, energy from 0.2 to 18mJ, repetition rate from 2 to 1000kHz and pulsewidth from 200 to 650ps.


  • Pulsed
  • Wavelength 266 to 1535nm
  • Power 2 to 1000mW
  • Energy 0.3 to 18 μJ
  • Repetition rate 2 to 1000kHz
  • Pulsewidth 200 to 650ps


Product Description

Pulsed, passively Q-switched Nd:YAG or Er:Glass microchip lasers from Teem Photonics operates at 266nm, 355nm, 532nm,1064nm and 1.54microns. Developed originally by Nanolase and JDSU (now Lumentum).

Teem Photonics have the largest offering of passive Q-switched microlasers. These microlasers are diode pumped solid state lasers that are distinctive for their subnanosecond pulses allowing the highest achievable peak powers.

The laser cavity of the microchip laser consists of an Nd:YAG or Er:Glass gain medium bonded to a chromium doped YAG saturable absorber. The cavity mirrors are vapour deposited directly on each side of the crystal to form a rugged, monolithic oscillator that is end pumped by a CW diode laser.

This technology is not limited to YAG lasers. Using a microchip directly emitting at 1.54 µm, the MicroChip EyeSafe uses an innovative combination of materials.

Teem Photonics extended the microchip product offering with a new line of fibre amplified microchip lasers: PicoOne and PicoMega Series. Both integrating the new high repetition rate seed, SNP-70F-100 series into a fiber-amplified compact architecture.

  • 266, 355, 532, 1064 and 1535nm outputs available
  • High average and peak output powers
  • Laboratory and original equipment manufacture (OEM) applications
  • Very compact and reliable
  • Sub-Nanosecond Pulses at kHz rep rates


This product could be used for the following applications:

  • Remote sensing
  • Semiconductor inspection
  • Time resolved spectroscopy
  • White light supercontinuum generation
  • Micromachining


This product is manufactured by TEEM Photonics.

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