Optical Pumping

IPG diodes and fiber lasers are used

for optical pumping by many

researchers at universities and

engineers at various companies

in development of their

own lasers and

optical devices.

IPG Photonics produces a diverse range of diode lasers, fiber lasers and solid state lasers that are used for optical pumping of other lasers, made by IPG, other manufacturers or custom lasers. The latter include Yb and Yb:Er  fiber lasers, Er:YAG and Ho:YAG lasers, Ti:sapphire and Cr:F lasers, Ho:YLF, dye lasers, Mid-IR OPOs as well as IPG's own Mid-IR hybrid lasers based on Cr:Zn/Se/S and Fe:Zn/Se/S crystals.

IPG PLD packaged laser diodes are used for pumping a variety of DPSS and fiber lasers. They feature high brightness and industry best reliability in a robust, compact package.

  optical pumping with laser diodes

DLT Series narrow band tunable diode laser are used for spin-exchange optical pumping, diode pumped alkali laser and rare gas lasers applications requiring high power within an extremely narrow absorption resonance of alkali metal atoms (Rb, K and Cs) and rare gases (Xe, Ar and Kr).  Multi-wavelength diode lasers provide several wavelengths for simultaneous pumping of several alkali metal atoms (e.g. Rb/Cs or Rb/K).

IPG CW fiber lasers are available at several wavelengths from 355 nm to 2 microns. They feature excellent Gaussian beam mode and are offered with different polarization and linewidth options.

Infrared Raman lasers at 1480 nm are used for pumping of Er fiber lasers.

IPG linearly polarized single-frequency YLR-LP-SF CW fiber lasers and YAR-LP-SF amplifiers are used to pump continuous wave Mid-IR OPOs.

Mid-IR lasers in 1.8-3.4 μm and 3.4-6 μm range are used to pump OPOs shifting output to 5-20 μm range.

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