Radiantis’s exciting new product, the ORIA IR Optical Parametric Oscillator, has this week been featured in the ‘Star Product’ section of the influential industry website, optics.org.
The article, entitled ‘Rugged IR Femtosecond OPO for Stand-Alone Ti:sapphire Lasers‘, describes the IR as allowing,Ã‚Â “significant expansion of the spectral coverage of stand-alone femtosecond Ti:sapphire lasers, resulting in broad wavelength tunability with high average power in the IR.”The article, which has also been promoted through optic.org’s LinkedIn network, goes on to describe how:
“Designed for pick-and-place installation, it ensures virtually maintenance-free operation and highest usability since it does not require manual alignment of the cavity, being exclusively controlled by a PC. Its high quality components and rigorous manufacturing and testing protocols, make it a very highly reliable OPO. The Oria IR is subjected to vibration and drop tests followed by over 100 hours of temperature and humidity cycling to measure its ruggedness and ensure long lifetimes.”
After imparting an impressive array of performance statistics, the article concludes by saying,
“High peak-to-peak power stability and excellent beam pointing across the complete spectral range make the Oria IR an ideal tool for nonlinear microscopy applications such as multi-photon microscopy and coherent anti-stokes Raman spectroscopy (CARS).”
To read the full article, please click here: ORIA IR articles in Optics