KTP

Flatness

λ/8 at 633nm

Parallelism

≤20 arcsec

Wavefront Distortion

λ/8 at 633nm

Surface Quality

20-10

Perpendicularity

≤5 arcmin

Angle tolerance

Δθ, Δφ≤± 0.25°

Dimension tolerance

± 0.1mm

Damage Threshold

0.5GW/cm² 1064nm TEM00 10ns 10Hz for AR-coated 0.3GW/cm² 532nm TEM00 10ns 10Hz for AR-coated

Product Details

Potassium titanyl phosphate is widely used in commercial and military lasers, including laboratory and medical systems, range detectors, lidars, optical communications and industrial laser systems.

KTP is most commonly used for frequency-doubled Nd:YAG and other Nd-doped lasers, especially in low to medium power lasers. So far, the use of KTP for intracavity and extra cavity frequency doubling of Nd-doped lasers has gradually replaced visible-light dye lasers and tunable sapphire lasers. In many industrial studies, this type of laser is widely used as a green light source.

ADVANTAGES:

l  Large nonlinear optical coefficient

l  Wide angular bandwidth and small walk-off angle

l  Broad temperature and spectral bandwidth

l  High electro-optic coefficient and low dielectric constant

l  Large figure of merit

l  No hydroscopic, chemically and mechanically stable

l  High thermal conductivity