RTP Q-switchs

  • Apertures Available: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15mm
  • Pockels Cell size: Dia. 20/25.4 x 35mm (3x3 aperture, 4x4 aperture, 5x5 aperture)
  • Contrast ratio: >23dB
  • Acceptance Angle: >1°
  • Damage Threshold: >600MW/cm2 at 1064nm (t = 10ns)
  • Product Detail

    Technical parameters


    RTP (Rubidium Titanyle Phosphate – RbTiOPO4) is a material now widely used for Electro Optical applications whenever low switching voltages are required.
    RTP (Rubidium Titanyle Phosphate – RbTiOPO4) is an isomorph of KTP crystal which is used in nonlinear and Electro Optical applications. It has advantages of higher damage threshold (about 1.8 times of KTP), high resistivity, high repetition rate, no hygroscopic and no piezo-electric effect. It features good optical transparency from around 400nm to over 4µm and very importantly for intra-cavity laser operation, offers a high resistance to optical damage with power handling ~1GW/cm2 for 1ns pulses at 1064nm. Its transmission range is 350nm to 4500nm.
    Advantages of RTP:
    It is an excellent crystal for Electro Optical applications at high repetition rate
    Large nonlinear optical and electro-optical coefficients
    Low half-wave voltage
    No Piezoelectric Ringing
    high damage threshold
    High Extinction Ratio
    Application of RTP:
    RTP material is widely recognized for its features,
    Q-switch (Laser Ranging, Laser Radar, medical laser, Industrial Laser)
    Laser power/phase modulation
    Pulse Picker

    Transmission at 1064nm  >98.5%
    Apertures Available  3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15mm
    Half wave voltages at 1064nm  1000V (3x3x10+10)
    Pockels Cell size  Dia. 20/25.4 x 35mm (3×3 aperture, 4×4 aperture, 5×5 aperture)
    Contrast ratio  >23dB
    Acceptance Angle  >1°
    Damage Threshold  >600MW/cm2 at 1064nm (t = 10ns)
    Stability over a wide temperature range  (-50℃ – +70℃)