Main applications:

  • Ablation
  • LIBS
  • Photoacoustic

Product family advantages:

  • User-friendly plug-and-play system
  • Very compact design
  • Available in 5 different wavelengths
  • Short pulses by passive q-swirching
  • Closed loop control for stabilization of output power
  • Internal and external trigger
  • Single shot on demand and burst mode
  • OEM or stand-alone

Technical data:

The well-established high-power product series

Historically, our High-Power series was the very first development by CryLaS. Depending on the model, repetition rates of 20 Hz to 100 Hz can be realized. Compared to the later developed Q lasers, these models have a slightly larger controller as well as a larger housing, but have much higher pulse energies. By frequency multiplying trough non-linear optics of the 1064 nm fundamental wave, it is possible to generate 4 additional laser wavelengths

  • 213 nm
  • 266 nm
  • 355 nm
  • 532 nm

A closed-loop control system internally monitors the stability of the laser. A photodiode measures the relative laser energy during emission. These data are processed and finally result in a temperature adjustment of the laser head, which is thus always kept at the thermal optimum. In this way, it counteracts heat generation, e.g. in the resonator. This results in low noise of the output power.

The advantage of the FDSS532 series of the High-Power lasers is, that only one conversion stage of the fundamental wave is needed to generate the 532 nm. After pumping the laser crystal with an 808 nm laser diode, the generated 1064 nm radiation is guided into an NLO crystal where it is frequency doubled and thus converted to 532 nm. Depending on the pumping time, laser energies of 150 µJ to 1 mJ can be generated. This is suitable for applications based on ablations, such as materials processing or laser-induced plasma spectroscopy LIBS on, for example, gemstones, which absorb the green laser light well. Photoacoustic applications are also possible.

The High-Power series, like the CryLaS MOPA and Q series, is based on a diode-pumped microchip laser. Passive Q-switching saves a lot of space and costs compared to models with active Q-switching. Long laser lifetime is achieved by robust and air-tight housings that prevent contamination of the laser interior. Operating costs are minimal due to the low service requirements. With the reliable and field-proven lasers, it is also possible to carry out possible service operations already in the field. Since all laser data is stored locally on an EEPROM, our engineers can access some parameters remotely and adjust or optimize the laser to its environment. To match your application, the lasers can be customized with a wide range of options. CryLaS offers fiber coupling, beam expansion, wavelength switching, and output energy attenuation capabilities. The lasers are designed for industrial or academic research and bring low operating costs.

The most important aspects at a glance:

  • Max. repetition rate: FDSS532-1000: 80 Hz
  • High output energy in a compact housing: FDSS532-1000: 1 mJ
  • Average power from 15 mW to 20 mW
  • Peak power from 120 kW to 550 kW

More pulse lasers of the same wavelength



  • Pulse energy: 200 µJ
  • Wavelength: 532 nm
  • Average power: 200 mW
  • Max. repetition rate: 1000 Hz
  • Peak power: 182 kW


  • Pulse energy: 250 µJ
  • Wavelength: 532 nm
  • Average power: 250 mW
  • Max. repetition rate: 1000 Hz
  • Peak power: 179 kW


  • Pulse energy: 35 µJ
  • Wavelength: 532 nm
  • Average power: 700 mW
  • Max. repetition rate: 20000 Hz
  • Peak power: 29 kW


  • Pulse energy: 2 µJ
  • Wavelength: 532 nm
  • Average power: 30 mW
  • Max. repetition rate: 20000 Hz
  • Peak power: 2 kW