The MagicPRISM is a compact, motorized optical parametric oscillator (OPO) module with a conversion efficiency as high as forty percent. The Ring-Cavity design is configured such that the pump and the OPO beams travel in the same direction. Two nonlinear crystals are positioned on a computer controlled, motorized rotation stage to achieve tuning. The pump beam is coupled into the Ring-Cavity and the signal/idler beams are coupled out of the ring cavity by a coated beam splitter. These design attributes produce highly stable and efficient output. The MagicPRISM OPO is offered as a stand-alone accessory to be pumped by the end-user’s laser.

Product Features

  • Stand-alone OPO module, compatible with most nanosecond Nd:YAG pump lasers
  • Computer controlled tuning via control software/software development kit (SDK)
  • Shipped with protective hard shell casing (PHSC)
  • Requires ALIGNMENT KIT (AK) or QSMART ADAPTER (QSA) for alignment/mounting
  • WARRANTY: One year on mechanical, electronics, and labor

Product Options

  • Protective Hard Shell Cases (PHSC)
    Includes two protective hard cases with custom foam padding.
  • IDLER Access (ID)
    Extends tuning range to include 740 – 1200 nm (VIS model) or 1200 – 1700 nm (NIR model)
    Decreases SIGNAL performance by 10%
  • Alignment Kit (AK)
    Stand-alone alignment kit for MagicPRISM pump beam.
    End-user alignable. Does not include turning mirrors.

Product Specifications

Tuning Range SIGNAL 690 – 950 nm
Tuning Range IDLER (optional) 1200 – 1700 nm
Peak Energy (Standard) 50 mJ @750 nm with pump energy of 140 mJ @ 532 nm
Beam Diameter (standard) 6 mm
Divergence 10 mrad
Polarization Horizontal
Pump Laser Requirements
Pump Wavelength 532 nm
Max Pump Pulse Energy 140 mJ
Pulse Duration 6-8 ns
Beam Divergence < 0.5 mrad
Linewidth 30-80 cm-1
Pulse Pulse Stability < 2%
Pulse Repetition Rate 20
Polarization Vertical

Additional Information

420 – 680 nm (VIS model) + 740 – 1200 nm (w/ IDLER option)
690 – 950 nm (NIR model) + 1200 – 1700 nm (w/ IDLER option)

40 mJ @ 450 nm (VIS model)
50 mJ @ 750 nm (NIR Model)

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