Features

  • Resonance frequencies within 0.1 - 1 MHz
  • BBAR @ SWIR 1.0 - 1.7µm with R_avg < 1% (typ.)
  • Extinction ratios up to 2000:1 available
  • High transmission with T>98% (typ.)
  • High efficiency / low RF drive power/ high Q-factor
  • Models for high optical power
  • Standard large aperture for easy alignment
  • Damped piezo- and acoustic resonances

Typical Applications

  • Mode locking
  • Lock-In detection
  • Light chopper
  • Polarisation modulation
  • Quantum computation / simulation

Exemplary datasheet

AM6-SWIR

Required Information

Resonance Frequency (MHz)*
Wavelength (nm)*
Beam diameter (mm)*
Optical power (W)*
Laser operation mode*
Required modulation depth (%)
Additional Information
Application
Extinction ratio (dB)
Quantity

Choose Your Options

Tuning: _T

  • tunable resonance frequency f0
  • tuning range: ca. f0 +/- 10% (typ.)
  • for precision frequency adjustment &
  • frequency drift compensation
  • extended tuning ranges available

DC port: _DC

  • Extra DC-port (SMA)
  • Bandwidth 0-10kHz (typ.)
  • for birefringence compensation,
  • active RAM suppression &
  • work point adjustment (AM)

T-control: _TXC

  • allows T-ctrl. & stabilisation of EOMs
  • for active cooling of high power models
  • & active RAM suppression
  • incl. therm. mounting, T-sensor, TEC
  • requires separate Temp.-controller

AM kit: _AM

  • Five-Axis Stage:
  • for precision alignment EOM <=> Laser
  • 30mm Cage system rotation mounts:
  • for polarisation optics

Custom AR: _AR

  • custom specific AR coatings
  • typ. R < 0.05% for single wavelength
  • multi-wavelength AR available
  • AR for high power applications

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Additional information about the company:

Since 2008 QUBIG GmbH develops and manufactures world-class Electro-Optic Modulators (EOM)
for scientific and industrial applications....

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