Whether THz generation, multiphoton approaches in microscopy and 3D nano-printing, state-of-the-art spectroscopy, seeding of amplifiers, or generation of optical frequency combs – we have Your application covered with a femtosecond fiber laser portfolio that perfectly aligns to scientific as well as industrial/OEM settings.
Ready for Synchronization
Scientific Series C-Fiber and Orange
Ready for Integration
Industrial Series ELMO and YLMO
Developed to meet highest expectations
Tracing its origin to worlds first commercial supplier of optical frequency-combs, Menlo Systems has been leveraging innovation in ultra-stable laser technology for over 20 years. As a result, today we offer a portfolio of femtosecond fiber lasers with unprecedented phase-noise performance based on our proprietary figure 9® mode locking technology 1,2 meeting scientific precision and with industrial robustness.
Exceptionally low noise - Carrier-envelope (CE) beat note measurements proof unsurpassed phase noise performance of Menlo Systems figure 9® mode locking
Robust. Reliable. Ready to use.
Core of figure 9® is an all polarization-maintaining fiber design, efficiently decoupling the laser cavity from perturbations such as vibrations and temperature variation. The technology contains no critical or life time limiting components, such as degradable optics. Whether designed to serve science or industry, our femtosecond fiber lasers share exceptional performance:
A single well-defined mode lock state guarantees robust self-start and mode locked operation within seconds – even in harshest environments.
Reproducible laser performance You can rely on even after thousands of on-off turns– with excellent power stability, pulse-to-pulse repeatability, and unsurpassed relative intensity noise (RIN).
- Ready to use.
After installation with the switch of a key, our lasers are maintenance-free and thermally managed without any external cooling.
Put to the test - Output power stability of Menlo Systems ELMO Series.
 Patents EP 2637265 A1 / CN 103311780 A / US 8873601 B2
 W. Hänsel et. al., Appl. Phys. B (2017) 123:41
 N. Raabe et. al., Optics Lett. (2017), Vol. 42, No. 6, 1068