June 1 – June 5 2020
Stable Laser Systems is the premier supplier of components and systems for frequency stabilized lasers at any wavelength. We design robust breadboard, fully integrated, and lightweight, transportable rackmount systems with low frequency drift at sub-Hz to Hz linewidths for research laboratories, industrial settings, and field applications. From fiber-coupled cavities, transportable vacuum systems, PDH detectors and noise-cancelation electronics to Hz-level Ti:Sapphire systems and rack-mounted, auto-locking 1550 nm systems, we have the expertise to engineer your ideal system in a fraction of the time. Call us today to discuss your unique frequency stability needs.Learn about our options for customization
Everything needed for a frequency stabilized optical source: laser source, cavity, housing, mount, optics, electronics, and full performance characterization with performance warranty.
Off-the-shelf and custom specialty housed cavities to meet common application needs in spectroscopy and laser cooling - from fiber coupling and frequency tuning to long path length cavities.
Precisely engineered cavity housings in a wide range of configurations, all optimized through years of experience to deliver exceptional temperature stability and low frequency drift.
High quality standard and fully customized Fabry-Perot cavities, for basic wavelength locking or Hertz-level spectroscopy. All cavities are fully characterized for zero-crossing temperature.
These turn-key accessories facilitate complete control of your laser frequency stabilization, from error signal generation and long-range noise cancelation to precise frequency shifting.
June 1 – June 5 2020
Allan Deviation of a 200 mm ULE cavity spacer, derived from a three-cornered hat measurement. This laser system uses a 1550 nm fiber laser, locked using SLS’s versatile FPGA locking electronics. The red points are calculated using no drift removal, and the blue points are after the cavity drift of ~80 mHz/second is removed during analysis. This drift may also be removed via feed-forward using the FPGA locking system, for drift-free performance.