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FemtoLux 3

Microjoule Class Industrial Grade Femtosecond Fiber Laser

  • Up to 3 W at 1030 nm

  • Up to 3 µJ/pulse

  • 300 fs – 5 ps pulses

  • Single shot – 5 MHz pulse repetition rates

  • Burst shape active control

Features & Applications



  • Output power 3 W at 1030 nm

  • 300 fs … 5 ps tunable pulse duration

  • Up to 3 μJ/pulse and 10 μJ/burst (at 1030 nm)

  • Excellent beam quality M² < 1.2

  • Individual pulse control

  • Burst shape control

  • Passive cooling (convective) of laser head

  • 24/7 operation


  • Marking and structuring

  • Volume modification of transparent materials

  • Micromachining of brittle materials

  • Photopolymerization

  • Ophthalmologic surgery

  • Biological Imaging

  • Pumping femtosecond OPO/OPA

  • Multiphoton microscopy

  • Second harmonic generation imaging


FemtoLux 3 is a modern femtosecond fiber laser aimed for both R&D use and industrial integration. Laser delivers up to 3 W of average power and up to 3 μJ femtosecond pulse energy. FemtoLux 3 is a flexible platform which allows to optimize output parameters for the desired process. The repetition rate as well as the output power can be easily changed with integrated pulse picker.

With burst mode enabled FemtoLux 3 can generate bursts of pulses with energy above 10 μJ with burst shape controlled in real time via analog input. Pulse duration can also be tuned from 300 fs up to 5 ps. Having laser control application running on a wireless tablet, makes FemtoLux series
lasers a most technologically advanced and user friendly as never before for any type of user, be it researcher or industrial user.


  1. Due to continuous improvement, all specifications are subject to change without notice.

  2. See typical power and energy curves for other pulse repetition rates.

  3. At 1 MHz PRRL during 24 h of operation after warm-up under constant environmental conditions.

  4. At 1 MHz PRRL under constant environmental conditions.

  5. When pulse picker is set to transmit every pulse.

  6. Time interval between the pulses is about 20 ns.

  7. Beam pointing stability is evaluated as a movement of the beam centroid in the focal plane of a focusing element.

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