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We are pleased to announce that this year we will be attending SPIE PHOTONICS EUROPE, which will be held in Strasbourg, from 29 March to 2 April, Booth #426.
We will present our new product, FYLA SCH.
It is a Few-Cycle Temporally Coherent All Fiber Supercontinuum Laser, with a spectral band from 950 nm up to 1150 nm. It is capable of generating fluorescence images of two photons and second harmonic generation.
It generates ultra-short pulses compensated by real-time dispersion of some fs (<15 fs). This feature is recommended for use in nonlinear microscopy for in vivo images because high peak powers and lower average power are needed to observe efficient nonlinear effects. In addition to this, the damage that could be done to the sample is greatly reduced.
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