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STGLO-C-Green

Hollow-core Fiber optimized for 500-700nm range.

Physical Properties

Core contour

Hypocycloïde

Inner core Ø

63 μm ± 1

Outer fiber Ø

300 μm ± 3%

Fiber coating layer

Primary polymer coating

Optical Properties

Center Wavelength

800nm / 1600 nm

Attenuation @ 532nm

30 dB/km ±10

Dispersion @ 532nm

1.5 ps/nm.km ± 0.5

Transmission Band**

200 nm

Mode field Diameter

24 μm ± 1

3dB bend loss radius

10 cm ± 2

**Attenuation lower than 100 dB/km for the 500-700nm

Typical attenuation and dispersion

Output near field profile

Output far field profile

 

STGLO-C-TiSa_Er-7C

Kagome Hollow-Core Fiber with optimized performance for 800nm and 1550nm. Ideal for Ti-Saph and Erbium based lasers.

Physical Properties

Core contour

Hypocycloïde with negative curvature parameter b=1*

Inner core Ø

63 μm ± 1

Outer fiber Ø

300 μm ± 3%

Fiber coating layer

Primary polymer coating

Optical Properties 

Center Wavelength

800 / 1600 nm

Attenuation @ 532nm

<80 dB/km ±10

Dispersion @ 532nm

1 ps/nm.km ± 0.5

Transmission Band**

>100nm / >300nm

Mode field Diameter

44 μm ± 1

3dB bend loss radius

5 cm ± 2

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

**Attenuation lower than 100 dB/km for the 1300-1750nm

Typical attenuation and dispersion

Typical output near field profile @ 800nm

 

STGLO-C-Yb-7C

Hollow-Core Fiber optimized for 900-1100nm range. Ideal for Yb and Nd:YAG based lasers.

Physical Properties

Core contour

Hypocycloïde with negative curvature parameter b>0.7*

Inner core Ø

57 μm ± 1

Outer fiber Ø

320 μm ± 3%

Fiber coating layer

Primary polymer coating

Optical Properties

Center Wavelength

1030 nm

Attenuation @ 532nm

<100 dB/km

Dispersion @ 532nm

1 ps/nm.km ± 0.5

Transmission Band**

300 nm

Mode field Diameter

39 μm ± 1

3dB bend loss radius

5 cm ± 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Typical attenuation and dispersion

Output near field profile

Output far field profile

STGLO-C-Er-7C

Hollow-Core Fiber optimized for 1550nm. Ideal for Erbium lasers.

Physical Properties

Core contour

Hypocycloïde with negative curvature parameter b=0.8*

Inner core Ø

61 μm ± 1

Outer fiber Ø

432 μm ± 3%

Fiber coating layer

Primary polymer coating

Optical Properties

Center Wavelength

1030 nm

Attenuation @ 532nm

<100 dB/km

Dispersion @ 532nm

1 ps/nm.km ± 0.5

Transmission Band**

300 nm

Mode field Diameter

39 μm ± 1

3dB bend loss radius

5 cm ± 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Typical attenuation and dispersion

Output near field profile

Output far field profile

 

STGLO-C-2μm-7C

Hollow-Core Fiber optimized for 2-3μm range.
 

Physical Properties

Core contour

Hypocycloïde with negative curvature parameter b>0.7*

Inner core Ø

56 μm ± 1

Outer fiber Ø

415 μm ± 3%

Fiber coating layer

Primary polymer coating

Optical Properties

Center Wavelength

2000 nm

Attenuation @ 532nm

60 dB/km

Dispersion @ 532nm

1 ps/nm.km ± 0.5

Transmission Band**

>350 nm

Mode field Diameter

42 μm ± 1

3dB bend loss radius

5 cm ± 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Typical attenuation and dispersion

Output near field profile

Output far field profile

 

STGLO PHOTONIC MICROCELL™

Photonic Micro-Cell (PMC)™ technology is based on Hollow-Core Photonic Crystal Fiber (HC-PCF) and the process of filling the fiber with a chosen gas to offer photonic functionalities such as (i) Optical frequency conversion, (ii) Ultra-high power pulsed laser delivery (iii) Laser pulse compression or (iv) Frequency standards.
A PMC is a stand-alone and modular component that consists of a HC-PCF filled with gas and fiber terminations. The presence of gas within an optical fibre on a micron scale provides a million-fold increase in the gas-laser efficiency compared to traditional lasing methods and opens up the unique ability for functionalization. For example, with a Raman gas one can produce new wavelengths and hence create new applications. There are different variants of HC-PCF used within the PMC family of components. The Inhibited-Coupling guiding HC-PCF such as Kagome fiber produces particularly good results with a high damage threshold and a very wide bandwidth.
The PMC comes in different forms tailored to either the applications or the laser power requirements or to specific housing requirements. Below is a list of the different PMC forms we can deliver

 
PMC-TERMINATION TYPE

FEATURES / APPLICATIONS

ALL-FIBER PMC

An optical fiber made of a length of HC-PCF filled with gas and spliced to a solid optical fiber.
  • Gas type: Typically any molecular gas. Atomic vapor
  • Gas pressure ranges: from High vacuum pressure to several bars.
  • Splice loss: typically 1 dB/splice.
  • Ideal for low power laser applications such as telecommunications, instrumentations, frequency standards, Frequency conversion.
GAS-FILLABLE & TRAVEL STAGE MOUNTABLE PMC-TERMINATION

This PMC has at least one of its terminations exhibiting a gas-fillable cell. This cell is mountable on standard translation stages for quick and efficient laser coupling.
  • Gas injection
  • Rugged tube-over-fiber
  • Micro-bending elimination
  • Macro-bending restraint
  • Dust contamination prevention
  • Ideal for high power applications such as ultra-short pulse laser beam delivery, laser pulse compression, frequency converter.
TUBULAR CELL PMC-TERMINATION

This PMC has at least one of its terminations exhibiting a tubular cell. This cell can be mounted on and/or integrated in standard opto-mechanical holders or systems.

  • Rugged tube-over-fiber

  • Micro-bending elimination

  • Macro-bending restraint

  • Dust prevention
  • Ideal for high power applications such as ultra-short pulse laser beam delivery, laser pulse compression, frequency convertor.

 

 

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