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Microchip Laser MCL-1064-150

The microchip laser module delivers short single mode pulses on demand at a wavelength of 1064 nm. The pulse repetition rate is software controlled and can be set between single shot and 500 kHz. The nominal pulse duration is 150 ps.
The MCL-1064-150 contains a microchip with pump diode and a software controlled electronic module. The microchip contains a Nd:YVO4 laser crystal and a semiconductor saturable output coupler.

MCL-1064-150 module description:

  • Compact laser module with pulsed laser radiation at 1064 nm
  • Adjustable repetition rate up to 500 kHz via USB and control program
  • Stand alone mode at (user) preconfigured repetition rate (no software control needed)
  • Synchronisation to external clock or pulse on demand possible
Possible applications:
  • Micromachining
  • Light detection and ranging (LIDAR)
  • Precision measurements
  • Frequency conversion
  • Seed laser
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Microchip laser on table

Microchip laser on table
typical pulse

MCL-1064-150 parameters

Laser Parameters

Emission wavelength: 1064.0 nm ± 0.2 nm
Beam divergence: 40 mrad
Beam waist diameter: 32 µm
M2: 1.3
Pulse energy: > 12.5 nJ
Pulse duration: 150 ps ± 30 ps
Repetition rate: single shot – 500 kHz
Dimensions: 164 mm x 105 mm x 51 mm
Weight: 870 g
Power supply: 12 V = / 3 A

Data sheet (pdf)

Front Panel

Front panel

Control Software

The provided control software can be used to:
  • Switch the laser on or off
  • Reconfigure the repetition rate of the laser
  • Check the status of the laser

  • A LabVIEW driver to access the laser module via USB can be provided on request.

    Control Software Interface

    Control software

    sponsored by BMBF

    This work has been supported by the the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.
    Funding initiative „Effiziente Hochleistungs-Laserstrahlquellen“ (EffiLAS)
    Joint research project "IMPULS" grant No. 13N13963