SOLSTIS TITAN

  • CW
  • UV
  • Visible

ULTRA-STABLE, HIGH-POWER CW LASER IN THE UV AND VISIBLE

  • Based on the award-winning SolsTiS platform, SolsTiS Titan is a fully-automated, high-power single-frequency laser operating in the UV and Visible, with unprecedented stability and reliability.
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SolsTiS Titan is based on M Squared’s award-winning SolsTiS CW Ti:Sapphire laser platform. It’s a fully-automated, high-power, single-frequency laser operating in the UV and Visible and offers unprecedented stability and reliability. Titan is simple to operate and integrate into diverse industrial and deep-tech application scenarios and delivers dramatic cost savings over legacy laser technologies.

FEATURES

FULLY AUTOMATED

SolsTiS Titan is a fully-automated, hands-free system offering easy integration and a compact footprint. It is simple to install and can be operated by non-specialist users.

SINGLE FREQUENCY

Up to 2 W single-frequency output at key wavelengths across the blue and UV, including 413 nm and 364 nm.

OPTIMISABLE BEAM PARAMETERS

Exceptional beam parameters can be optimised for diverse application requirements including semiconductor writing and inspection and quantum applications.

EXCELLENT STABILITY

Excellent power and wavelength stability proven over extended periods with an active power control option.

HIGH PERFORMANCE

Titan has been qualified and operated 24:7 in production tools for demanding industrial applications and provides consistent high performance over extended periods without intervention.

SIMPLE INTEGRATION

Titan can be fully integrated into customer tools (optical, mechanical and control) and is simple to swap out for legacy gas ion lasers.

EASY CONTROL & MONITORING

Remote control monitoring is available via ethernet or legacy protocols, and its web-based user interface includes options for cloud-based real-time tracking.

LOW-ENERGY, LONG-TERM USE

Titan is low energy (<1500 W) which allows for large, sustained cost savings and a long lifetime of up to 10 years.

APPLICATIONS

  • Semiconductor writing and inspection
  • High resolution display writing and inspection
  • Interferometric writing
  • Holography
  • Quantum computing, sensing and communications
  • Raman spectroscopy
  • Graphic arts
  • Replacement of legacy gas ion lasers

SPECIFICATIONS

Wavelength: Titan will operate at any customer specified wavelength within ±0.2 nm over the range 350 nm to 525 nm
Linewidth: <200 kHz at 100 µs
Relative intensity noise: <0.1% rms
Frequency stability: Inherent frequency stability <1 GHz / °C when not locked to a stable reference; <100 MHz / °C with incorporation of standard wavemeter; options for enhanced frequency stability
Output power: >2 W at peak (400± 10 nm)
SolsTiS 5000
Tuning Range / Av. Power
350 nm - 380 nm / >0.8 W
381 nm - 420 nm / >1.5 W
421 nm - 460 nm / >1 W
461 nm - 500 nm / >0.4 W
SolsTiS XL
Tuning Range / Av. Power
501 nm - 525 nm / >0.15 W

SolsTiS 2000
Tuning Range / Av. Power
350 nm - 380 nm / >0.4 W
381 nm - 420 nm / >0.7 W
421 nm - 460 nm / >0.5 W
461 nm - 500 nm / >0.2 W
Model Tuning range Average power
SolsTiS 5000
SolsTiS 5000
SolsTiS 5000
SolsTiS 5000
SolsTiS XL
SolsTiS 2000
SolsTiS 2000
SolsTiS 2000
SolsTiS 2000
350 nm - 380 nm
381 nm - 420 nm
421 nm - 460 nm
461 nm - 500 nm
501 nm - 525 nm
350 nm - 380 nm
381 nm - 420 nm
421 nm - 460 nm
461 nm - 500 nm
>0.8 W
>1.5 W
>1 W
>0.4 W
>0.15 W
>0.4 W
>0.7 W
>0.5 W
>0.2 W
Power accuracy:<±1 % of output power over output power range
Power stability: <0.5% rms over 24 hours, assuming 0.25 °C temp stability
Beam quality (M^2):<1.2
Spatial mode: TEM00
Beam circularity: 1.0 ±0.1
Astigmatism:<15 %
Beam waist diameter: 1.6 ±0.2 mm, horizontal and vertical, FW @ 1/e^2 points
Beam divergence:<0.61 mrad full angle, FW @ 1/e^2 points
Virtual beam waist location: Not specified
Beam position tolerance: <±1 mm, horizontal and vertical, measured from center of output aperture
Polarization direction: Vertical ±3 degrees
Polarization ratio: >100:1
Beam pointing temperature tolerance: <30 µrad / °C
Beam pointing switching tolerance: <25 µrad when switching between spots in LBO; <50 µrad when switching laser on after shutoff and complete cool down
Power dropouts: No dropouts over 24 hours, defined as power fluctuations <10 %, power sampled @1 MHz; assuming no large mechanical perturbations

OPERATING ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS

Ambient temperature range: 18 - 25 °C
Ambient pressure range: 960 – 1040 mbar; system will operate over this pressure range - 80 mbar corresponds to ~7 pm drift at 413 nm when not referencing to wavemeter
Max relative humidity: 80 %, non-condensing in operating range
Air: Free of dust preferred
Mounting: Laser will be mounted in a stable configuration and will not be subject to significant mechanical disturbances or vibration
Dimensions: 1146 x 234 x 153 mm (L x W x H)
Cooling: Rack-mounted, closed-loop water chiller
Shutter:Provided and capable of remote operation (electrical)
Power consumption:<1500 W total
Electrical requirements: 120 V, 60 Hz single phase

SOLSTIS TITAN EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS

TRUSTED BY THE WORLDS’ LEADING UNIVERSITIES
AND RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS

M Squared’s lasers are both remarkable in their performance and beautiful in their design. They have enabled my Group’s research over the last decade and will continue to transform many areas of science and technology.

Professor Miles Padgett

University of Glasgow

Professor Miles Padgett holds the position of Professor and Kelvin Chair of Natural Philosophy at the University of Glasgow’s School of Physics and Astronomy.

*The Center for Ultracold Atoms (CUA) comprises a community of scientists from Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The CUA is supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF).

M Squared’s SolsTiS laser platform transformed our quantum optics experiments, helping to produce several documented breakthroughs. In fact, we were so impressed with its performance and versatility that we went on to purchase another four.

Professor Charles Adams

University of Durham

Professor Charles Adams works in the Department of Physics at the University of Durham, is a Member of the Centre for Atomic and Molecular Physics and is Director of the Joint Quantum Centre.

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