Spectra-Physics Mai Tai HP

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Spectra-Physics Mai Tai HP

The Spectra-Physics Mai Tai® Ti:Sapphire oscillator is used for a variety of applications ranging from general spectroscopy to multiphoton microscopy. With its leading performance specifications and largest installed base of any laser of its type, the Mai Tai is truly a cutting-edge tool for basic research and biological imaging.

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Spectra-Physics Mai Tai HP

​Ideal for multiphoton microscopy

The Mai Tai HP provides more than 300 nm (690–1040 nm) in useable tuning range with over 2.5 W of average power and a pulse width of less than 100 fs. 

Reliability

Reliability is maintained using proven, ultra-stable regenerative mode-locking. Using this method, the Mai Tai oscillator is capable of hands free, drop-out free wavelength tuning enabling speedy collection of excitation profiles all at the click of a mouse.

Real-time monitoring technology

StabiLok® real-time monitoring technology enhances system reliability by providing excellent beam pointing stability and minimal average power fluctuations, as well as eliminating wavelength drift.

Applications

  • Multiphoton microscopy
  • Time-resolved photoluminescence
  • Non-linear spectroscopy
  • Optical computed tomography
  • Surface second harmonic generation
  • Terahertz imaging
  • Semiconductor metrology
  • Materials processing
  • Amplifier seeding

Pulse Width
Pulse Width
<100 fs
Tuning Range
Tuning Range
690–1040 nm
Average Power at 800 nm
Average Power at 800 nm
>2.5 W
Average Power, Alternative Wavelengths
Average Power, Alternative Wavelengths
>500 mW at 690 nm
>1.35 W at 710 nm
>1.35 W at 920 nm
>300 mW at 1040 nm
Beam Roundness
Beam Roundness
0.9–1.1
Astigmatism
Astigmatism
<10%
Repetition Rate
Repetition Rate
80 MHz ±1 MHz
Beam Pointing Stability
Beam Pointing Stability
<50 µrad/100 nm
Noise
Noise
<0.15%
Stability
Stability
<±1%
Spatial Mode
Spatial Mode
TEMoo, M2 <1.1
Polarization
Polarization
>500:1 horizontal
Beam Divergence
Beam Divergence
<1.2 mrad
Beam Diameter (1/e²)
Beam Diameter (1/e²)
<1.2 mm

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