HN-PCF - Highly nonlinear PCF fiber

FORC-Photonics

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HN-PCF

Count

  • MFD 
  •  2.0±0.3 μm or 4.5±0.3 μm
  • ZDW 
  • 800 nm or 1040 nm
  • Optical loss (800-1600 nm) 
  •  < 20 dB/km
  • Cutoff 
  •  < 650 nm or <1000 nm
  • Description
  • Features
  • Recommendations
    for Use

Recently, a new fiber type of fibers, so-called microstructured or photonic crystal fibers appeared. In this type of fibers there are holes or inclusions of a material with different refractive index in the core and/or in the cladding. New dispersion and nonlinear properties can be observed in such fibers. Most of specific applications of microstructured fibers require own specific structure of the fiber. FORC RAS has capabilities to design and fabricate most of fiber structures according to orders of possible customers. The HN-PCF series is specially designed for supercontinuum generation using most popular pump sources – Ti-Sa femtosecond laser and Yb-doped fiber ps or fs lasers.

Fiber Specifications:

Fiber ID MFD [µm]  ZDW [nm]  Nonlinear coefficient (near ZDW)  [1/W×km]  Optical loss (800-1600nm), [dB/km]  Cutoff [nm] 
HN-PCF-800 2.0 ±0.3  800  ~ 90  < 20  < 650 
HN-PCF-1040  4.5 ±0.3  1040  ~ 10  < 20  < 1000 

Other parameters of fiber are available on the request

JSC «Leningrad Laser Systems» (LLS) is the official distributor of FORC-Photonics and offers full technical support and worldwide shipping of products.

Features
  • Parameter
    Value
  • MFD 
     2.0±0.3 μm or 4.5±0.3 μm
  • ZDW 
    800 nm or 1040 nm
  • Optical loss (800-1600 nm) 
     < 20 dB/km
  • Cutoff 
     < 650 nm or <1000 nm

Applications:

  • HN-PCF-800 series is specially designed for supercontinuum generation using Ti-Sa ultra-fast lasers.
  • HN-PCF-1040 series is specially designed for supercontinuum generation using Yb-doped ultra-fast fiber lasers.