YLPP-HP

YLPP 1-3 ps, up to 200 W

High Pulse Energy Picosecond Fiber Lasers

IPG's NEW YLPP 100 and 200 Ultra Short Pulse fiber laser produces sub 3 ps pulses with 200 μJ pulse energy delivered across its entire operational frequency range from 50 kHz to 2 MHz, up to 200 W of average power and extremely high peak powers up to 200 mW. Our fiber design is “beyond state-of-the-art,” enabling an incredibly compact laser that is inherently more power efficient, reliable and robust than conventional bulk-rod or disk based DPSS lasers, yet priced significantly lower than the legacy products. The novel design architecture together with our flexible control electronics provides conveniently short warm-up times and allows adjustment of both pulse energy and repetition rate without affecting the output beam parameters.

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Features

Ultra-compact Head Power 200 W Average, 200 MW Peak
Broad Frequency of Operation 50 kHz – 2 MHz Integrated Delivery Fiber to Remote Head
Pulse width <3 ps, Typically ~ 2 ps Integrated Scanner Option Available
Pulse Energy up to 200 μJ Cold and Warm Start in Seconds
 

YLPP-100-1-100-R

     

YLPP-200-1-200-R

PRELIMINARY SPECIFICATIONS

Wavelength, nm 1030
Mode of Operation Pulsed
Average Power, W 100 200
Pulse Energy, μJ 100 200
Pulse Duration, ps 1-3 (2 Typ.)
Peak Power, MW up to 100 up to 200
Repetition Rate, kHz 50-2000
Beam Quality, M2 <1.5 (1.3 Typ.)
  YLPP-100-1-100-R YLPP-200-1-200-R
Control Unit Dimensions (W × D × H), mm 448 × 580 × 132
Optical Head Dimensions (W × D × H), mm 80 × 245 × 61
Cooling Water
Supply Voltage, VAC Single-phase 50-60 Hz, 100-240
Power Consumption, W <750 <1500
YLPP-200-1-200-R Datasheet

Applications

Precision Micromachining Sapphire LED Wafer Scribing
Surface Microstructuring and Texturing Thin Film Ablation for Solar/PV/Flat Panel Display
Multilayer Polymer Film Cutting Cutting & Drilling Glass/Sapphire
Battery and Thin Metal Foil Cutting Micromachining of Ceramics

Laser pulses with durations of just a few picoseconds create peak intensities so high that non-linear/multiphoton absorption takes place, resulting in an ultra-precise “cold” process with very small heat affect.

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