With repetition-rates to 500 kHz available, the RegA series provides a unique range of performance for Ti:Sapphire amplifiers.
The use of CW pumping with the market-leading Verdi DPSS laser creates a stable, near diffraction-limited output beam with energy to >6 µJ at the standard 250 kHz repetition rate. Utilizing chirped pulse amplification, the RegA amplifies seed pulses from the Mira or Vitara depending on the final performance requirements.
RegA 9000 –Offers pulse widths in the regime of 160fs. Stretching and compression are accomplished within the RegA package. The standard seed laser for this RegA is a femtosecond Mira.
RegA 9050 - Designed to amplify short pulses in the regime of 50 fs. Although it possesses the same fundamental design as the RegA 9000, it incorporates an external stretcher and compressor. The amplifier is seeded by a Vitara-T.
RegA 9040 - Offers the shortest pulse widths in the RegA family. Seeded by Vitara-T or Vitara-S, it is also designed with an external stretcher/compressor.
RegA 9000 - The standard version of the RegA, offering high repetition rate amplified pulses. Pulse stretching and compression are accomplished within the RegA package. The RegA may be seeded with pulses from a femtosecond Mira and Vitara.
RegA 9050 - Designed to amplify short pulses in the regime of 50 fs. Although it possesses the same fundamental design as the RegA 9000, it incorporates an external stretcher and compressor. The amplifier must be seeded by high bandwidth pulses from a Vitara.
RegA 9040 - Offers the shortest pulse widths in the REgA family. Seeded by Vitara, it also is designed with an external; stretcher/compressor.
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