Radiantis has launched a new version of its, Zenith, a picosecond high power broadly tunable laser system incorporating an optical parametric oscillator, at the prestigious Laser World of Photonics 2023 held in Munich, Germany last week.
The system features a host of improvements, updates, and upgrades, making it a game-changer in the field of scientific research and beyond. With higher power, longer wavelength, a reduced gap between the signal and the idler, and enhanced stability, the Zenith product showcases Radiantis’ commitment to pushing the boundaries of laser technology.
Unveiling of the Upgraded Zenith Product
The Laser World of Photonics 2023 provided the perfect platform for Radiantis to unveil the enhanced Zenith product. With its cutting-edge advancements, the Zenith product drew significant attention from industry experts, researchers, and enthusiasts alike. As exhibitors at the event, Radiantis witnessed an overwhelming response and a great level of interest in their latest laser system.
Key Upgrades and Advancements
Higher Power: The upgraded Zenith product boasts increased power, up to 6 Watts of average power, enabling researchers to perform a wider range of experiments and applications. This enhanced power output makes it particularly useful for demanding scientific investigations
Broader Tuning: The Zenith product now operates at a broader wavelength range, across 1387 – 4000 nm (2500 – 7209 cm-1), allowing researchers to access new spectral regions and explore previously uncharted territories.
Reduced Signal-to-Idler Gap: Radiantis has made significant strides in minimizing the gap between the signal and the idler wavelengths which now only expands over 80nm across 2020-2100 nm (4761 – 4950 cm-1) range.
Enhanced Stability: Stability is paramount in scientific research, and Radiantis understands the importance of this aspect. The upgraded Zenith product incorporates improved stability features, (power stability <0.5% at most wavelengths), ensuring consistent and reliable performance over extended periods.
Scientific Applications: The Zenith product’s advanced features and upgrades make it a versatile tool with numerous scientific applications. Some key areas where the Zenith laser system excels include:
- Nonlinear Optics: The Zenith product’s high power, longer wavelength, and reduced signal-to-idler gap make it an excellent choice for nonlinear optics experiments. Researchers can explore phenomena such as frequency doubling, parametric amplification, and supercontinuum generation with greater precision and efficiency.
- Biophotonics: In the field of biophotonics, the Zenith product’s enhanced stability and power output prove invaluable. Researchers can leverage its capabilities for deep tissue imaging, fluorescence spectroscopy, and other biomedical applications requiring advanced laser technology.
- Material Science: The Zenith laser system finds applications in material science, such as ultrafast spectroscopy and pump-probe experiments. Its longer wavelength and higher power output facilitate in-depth analysis of material properties, enabling researchers to investigate complex phenomena with greater accuracy.
Radiantis’ relaunched Zenith product has left a lasting impression at the Laser World of Photonics 2023, captivating attendees with its impressive upgrades and advancements. The higher power, longer wavelength, reduced signal-to-idler gap, and enhanced stability make the Zenith laser system a powerful tool for various scientific applications. With its versatility and state-of-the-art features, the Zenith.