DILAS, the diode laser company, is focused on delivering the most innovative technologies and advanced product
solutions in the industry. Founded in 1994 in Mainz, Germany, with operations in North America and Asia, DILAS designs, develops and manufactures quality high-power, high-brightness semiconductor laser components.
Today with over 300 employees, DILAS' strengths are in quality engineering, process control, product development and high-volume manufacturing. We offer an unparalleled range of wavelengths from 450nm to 2200nm and, deliver the broadest range of products from mounted bars to fully configured turnkey systems.
Due to their compact size, high-power and robust optical elements, DILAS’ products provide solutions for a wide range of applications including medical, diode-pumped solid-state lasers, defense, graphic arts and materials processing.
For more information about DILAS, including product updates, visit the company’s website at www.DILAS.com
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DILAS DIODENLASER GMBH WHITE PAPERS
Narrow-Line Fiber-Coupled Modules for DPAL Pumping
A new series of fiber coupled diode laser modules optimized for DPAL pumping is presented, featuring greater than 400W from a 600µm core fiber of 0.22NA. Addressing one of the key challenges in DPAL pumping, the modules achieve a spectral width of <<0.1 nm and wavelength tunability of +/- 0.15 nm. A limiting factor in the reduction of the spectral line width is the optical absorption induced thermal gradient inside the VHG. Simulated profiles and demonstrated techniques to minimize thermal...
Narrow Line Diode Stacks for DPAL
Diode pumped alkali metal vapor lasers (DPALs) offer the promise of scalability to very high average power levels while maintaining excellent beam quality, making them an attractive candidate for future defense applications. A variety of gain media are used and each requires a different pump wavelength: near 852nm for cesium, 780nm for rubidium, 766nm for potassium, and 670nm for lithium atoms. The biggest challenge in pumping these materials efficiently is the narrow gain media absorption band...