STRALE (STimulated RAman LasEr) has been designed to exploit the full potential of broadband stimulated Raman scattering (SRS) in all its applications without compromises. Full CH-stretching region detected in a single shot, with no need for time-consuming sequential tuning of the emitted wavelengths, while preserving high spectral resolution.



A patented passively synchronized dual-output fiber laser

Our innovative system features leading edge technology: the combination of a patented laser architecture for passive synchronization of two fiber oscillators together with a extremely low-noise dedicated multichannel detector (CHAMP). CHAMP can be sold either as an add-on together with the laser source or as a standalone system. The laser system and the detector together represent a unique commercial solution for broadband SRS at the state-of-the-art.


Plug-and-play SRS straight after the installation

  • Wide spectral coverage ranging from 2800 cm-1 to 3100 cm-1  in a single shot, paving the way towards real-time comprehensive chemical mapping.
  • Picosecond/femtosecond dual-output pulse duration which allows direct access to a wide variety of non-linear optical microscopy techniques, such as TPEF, SHG and pump-probe.
  • Compactness and day-to-day stable operation granted by an all-fiber architecture..
  • Long-term femtosecond-scale jitter and the shot-noise limited performances, ensuring microsecond pixel dwell times and high SNRs.
  • Fast, non-destructive and long-lasting time lapse experiments on live biological samples.
Synchronised laser beams

Technical Specs



Central WL

792 nm

1030 nm


≤ 1 nm

≥ 30 nm


> 70 mW

@1-10 MHz mod. freq.

> 200 mW

@20 MHz rep. rate


> 7 nJ

> 10 nJ

Pulse width 

< 2 ps

0.1 – 1 ps


One device – all the chemistry you need from your samples

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