Terahertz System

TeraSmart – Compact Industry-Proven Terahertz Spectrometer

The new compact terahertz spectrometer TeraSmart integrates the latest achievements in broadband Terahertz Time-Domain Spectroscopy (THz-TDS) into an easy-to-use turnkey solution. It combines Menlo Systems’ latest fiber-based femtosecond laser sources featuring our figure 9® mode-locking technology with our industry-proven THz components. The modular design based on our OEM laser Plattform ELMO ensures a flexible configuration of the system to meet the needs for integration in any industrial or scientific environment. Custom fiber lengths to THz emitter and THz detector are available upon request. Moreover, multibranch configurations are possible, enabling simultaneous measurements of several emitter/detector pairs using only one fs fiber laser oscillator.

TERA K15 – All Fiber-Coupled Terahertz Spectrometer

Terahertz System

The TERA K15 fiber-coupled terahertz spectrometer provides a complete solution for fast broadband time-domain THz spectroscopy, offering maximum flexibility for scientific THz applications.

The system includes our latest figure 9® femtosecond laser source at 1.5 μm emission wavelength, fiber-coupled optical light path with a delay line, a THz wave path with THz Emitter, THz detector and TPX THz optics, control electronics and a PC with data acquisition and evaluation software. The delay line offers flexibility by covering a standard scan window of >850 ps enabling a high spectral (THz) resolution below 1.2 GHz. Customers demanding superior spectral resolution (<0.7 GHz) can opt for the long scan range (>1600 ps). The dual detector option offers simultaneous measurements in transmission and reflection geometry. For THz imaging applications, our extension unit TERA Image can be integrated into the setup, including image acquisition and reconstruction software.

TERA ASOPS – High-Speed THz Time-Domain Spectrometer

With the ASOPS technique, ultrafast data sampling is no longer limited by the natural restrictions of a mechanically moving optical delay unit. The novel TERA ASOPS high-speed THz time-domain spectrometer system is using this technique to temporally scan THz pulse traces at a revolutionary high rate. At the same time, it is extending the detection window to nanoseconds pushing the spectral resolution into the region of hundreds of MHz.

TeraSmart – Compact Industry-Proven Terahertz Spectrometer

THz specifications 
Spectral range>6 THz
Dynamic range>95 dB
Total scan range>850 ps, flexible scan range and speed, adjustable THz path length
THz frequency resolution<1.2 GHz
Antenna modelTERA15-FC*
Laser specifications
Auxiliary optical output portUp to 2 fiber-coupled ports, 1560 nm, FC/APC, PM fiber (780 nm port on request)
Laser system repetition rate100 MHz
Dimensions / weight 
Enclosure19″ x 3U (448 x 132 x 495 mm³) / 30 kg

TERA K15 – All Fiber-Coupled Terahertz Spectrometer

Spectral range>6 THz
Dynamic range>95 dB
Total scan range>850 ps (Long range variant: >1600 ps)
THz frequency resolution<1.2 GHz (High resolution variant: <0.7 GHz)
Antenna modelTERA15-FC*

 

Laser specifications  
Wavelength1560 nm780 nm
Total average output power**>500 mW>250 mW **
Pulse Duration<90 fs<100 fs
Output ports for THz generation

Free space port,

fiber-coupled port on request

Free space port

 

Dimensions / weight 
Optical unit900 x 600 x 200 mm3, 34 kg
THz control electronics448 x 132 x 550 mm3, 8 kg
Laser control unit448 x 132 x 437 mm3, 12 kg

 

TERA ASOPS – High-Speed THz Time Domain Spectrometer

THz specifications
Spectral range>3 THz
Dynamic range>60 dB (typically 80 dB)
Total scan rangeup to 10 ns  (pulse-to-pulse distance)
Rapid sampling rate>600 Hz
Laser specifications 
Laser output ports for THzTwo fiber coupled ports, 1560 nm, FC/APC, PM fiber
Laser system repetition rate100 MHz
Dimensions / weight 
Optical unit900 x 600 x 200 mm3, 34 kg
THz control electronicsmounted in a 19” rack cabinet, 800 x 600 x 1800 mm3, 75 kg
 

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