Pulse duration measurement made easy
Optical autocorrelators are used to measure pulse duration of ultra-short laser pulses. The principle is to create two copies of the laser beam of interest with a beam splitter. The copies are superimposed in a nonlinear medium (SHG crystal), where they interact generating a third beam. As the overlap of the two copies depends on the pulse duration, analysing the third beam allows to calculate the pulse duration.
Single pulses and repetitive pulses
get immediate results even on single-pulses
Easy to Align
saves up to 90% time compared to conventional autocorrelators
Pulse measurement starting at 4 fs
accurate results on femtosecond and picosecond pulses
Discover the autocorrelator models of Femto Easy
The autocorrelators of our ROC series offer a wide variety of benefits: The ROC Single-shot accompanies you on every experimental adventure with plenty of comfort. The µ-ROC Single-Shot impresses with its ultralow compact size and high-quality workmanship and brings you directly into machines and lasers (OEM integration) thanks to innovative technology. The MS-ROC is suitable for broad pulse ranges and allows the measurement of pulses from 5 fs to 40 ps / 25 fs to 80 ps.
70 fs - 3 ps / 100 fs - 5 ps / 300 fs - 10 ps
50 - 1500 fs / 25 - 1000 fs
|Spatially-resolved measurements||Beam profile and pulse duration distribution over one diameter||Beam profile and pulse duration distribution over one diameter||n/a|
|Spectral range (nm)|
1020 - 1080 Yb
D: 195, 233 or 265
The Femto Easy software has been designed to be user friendly and intuitive. This is a modern software compatible with touchscreen that can run either under Linux or Windows. It allows distant control of the devices via PC, tablet or smartphone. We can also provide custom software developments upon request.