AOM Acousto-Optic Modulator



Controlling Laser Light by Acousto-optic Modulator, also Called Bragg Cell


AOM Package

A significant part of APE’s products work with specially configured AOMs and high frequency drivers adapted to the respective application. Dependig on the application  (e.g. OPO’s, CARS/SRS, customized ultrafast laser setups) we design optimized AOM packages.

Our modulators are optimized for ultra-short laser pulses and fast switching. Multiple channels and synchronized switching is possible.

Please note that our AOM packages are only available for APE-based systems.

AOM At a Glance

The acousto-optic modulator – AOM – modifies the intensity of the laser beam. For example, it is used as an acousto-optical chopper for Lock-In detection systems. Its advantage over mechanical choppers is a higher modulation frequency. Besides, it doesn’t generate mechanical vibration which could have negative effects on the signal detection as it doesn’t contain flexible parts. In analog operation the laser intensities can be adjusted at will and time modulated.



Specifications

A significant part of APE’s products work with specially configured AOMs and high frequency drivers adapted to the respective application. Dependig on the application  (e.g. OPO’s, CARS/SRS, etc, customized ultrafast setups) we can offer optimized AOM packages. Please contact us for detailed technical advice.

Please note that our AOM packages are only available for APE-based systems.


Please note that our AOM packages are customized and therfore only available for the integration with APE-based laser systems.

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