Potassium dideuterium phosphate DKDP (KD * P) crystal has low optical loss, high extinction ratio, and excellent electro-optical performance. DKDP Pockels cells are made by using the longitudinal effect of DKDP crystals. The modulation effect is stable and the pulse width is small. It is mainly suitable for low-repetition-frequency, low-power pulsed solid-state lasers (such as cosmetic and medical lasers).


    RTP (Rubidium Titanyl Phosphate - RbTiOPO4) is a very desirable crystal material for E-O modulators and Q-switches. It has advantages of higher damage threshold (about 1.8 times that of KTP), high resistivity, high repetition rate, no hygroscopic or piezoelectric effect. As biaxial crystals, RTP’s natural birefringence needs to be compensated by use of two crystal rods specially oriented so that beam passes along the X-direction or Y-direction. Matched pairs (equal lengths polished together) are required for effective compensation.


    HGTR (high anti-grey track) KTP crystal developed by hydrothermal method overcomes the common phenomenon of electrochromism of the flux-grown KTP, thus has many advantages such as high electrical resistivity, low insertion loss, low half-wave voltage, high laser damage threshold, and wide transmission band.


    BBO(Beta-Barium Borate, β-BaB2O4)based Pockels cells operate from approximately 0.2 - 1.65 µm and are not subject to tracking degradation. BBO exhibits low piezoelectric response, good thermal stability, and low absorption...
  • KTA Crystal

    KTA Crystal

    KTA (Potassium Titanyle Arsenate, KTiOAsO4 ) is a nonlinear optical crystal similar to KTP in which atom P is replaced by As. It has good non-linear optical and electro-optical properties, e.g. significantly reduced absorption in band range of 2.0-5.0 µm, broad angular and temperature bandwidth, low dielectric constants.
  • KDP & DKDP Crystal

    KDP & DKDP Crystal

    KDP (KH2PO4 ) and DKDP/KD*P (KD2PO4 ) are among the most widely-used commercial NLO materials. With good UV transmission, high damage threshold, and high birefringence, these material are usually used for doubling, tripling and quadrupling of Nd:YAG laser.
  • KTP / HGTR-KTP Crystal

    KTP / HGTR-KTP Crystal

    KTP (KTiOPO4 ) is one of the most commonly used nonlinear optical materials. For example, it’s regularly used for frequency doubling of Nd:YAG lasers and other Nd-doped lasers, particularly at low or medium-power density. KTP is also widely used as OPO, EOM, optical wave-guide material, and in directional couplers.
  • Nd:YVO4 Crystal

    Nd:YVO4 Crystal

    Nd:YVO4 (Neodymium-doped Yttrium Vanadate) is one of the best commercially available material for diode-pumped solid-state lasers, especially for lasers with low or middle power density. For example, Nd:YVO4 is a better choice than Nd:YAG for generating low-power beams in hand-held pointers or other compact lasers...
  • BBO Crystal

    BBO Crystal

    BBO (ẞ-BaB2O4) is an excellent nonlinear crystal with combination of a number of unique features: wide transparency region, broad phase-matching range, large nonlinear coefficient, high damage threshold, and excellent optical homogeneity. Therefore, BBO provides an attractive solution for various nonlinear optical applications such as OPA, OPCPA, OPO etc.
  • LBO Crystal

    LBO Crystal

    LBO (LiB3O5) is a kind of non-linear optical crystal with good ultraviolet transmittance (210-2300 nm), high laser damage threshold and large effective frequency doubling coefficient (about 3 times of KDP crystal). So LBO is commonly used to produce high power second and third harmonic laser light, especially for ultraviolet lasers.
  • LiNbO3 Crystal

    LiNbO3 Crystal

    LiNbO3 (Lithium Niobate) crystal is a multifunctional material that integrates properties of piezoelectric, ferroelectric, pyroelectric, nonlinear, electro-optical, photoelastic, etc. LiNbO3 has good thermal stability and chemical stability.
  • Nd:YAG Crystal

    Nd:YAG Crystal

    Nd:YAG (Neodimium Doped Yttrium Aluminum Garnet) has been and continue to be the most widely used laser crystal for solid-state lasers. Good fluorescence lifetime (twice more than that of Nd:YVO4) and thermal conductivity, as well as robust nature, make Nd:YAG crystal very suitable for high-power continuous wave, high-energy Q-switched and single mode operations.
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