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Full company details FRANKFURT LASER COMPANY
MapAn den 30 Morgen 13
D-61381 Friedrichsdorf
Germany
Phone: 49 6172 27978 0
Fax: 49 6172 27978 10

  • Frankfurt Laser Company now represents Eblana Photonics

Photonics Buyers' GuideFrankfurt Laser Company is pleased to announce its partnership with Eblana Photonics of Dublin, Ireland. Eblana Photonics is a market leader in narrow-line width laser diodes in the range 690-2150nm. The products are found in a wide range of industries including Gas Spectroscopy, Aerospace, Test and Measurement and Fibre Communications.

Discrete Mode Narrow Bandwidth Laser Diodes and Driver

Frankfurt Laser Company is pleased to offer the FEBP line of discrete mode narrow bandwidth laser diodes. The laser diodes come in discrete wavelengths in the range 690- 2150nm. Output powers are available up to 10mW from SM/PM optical fiber. The laser diodes have low spectral bandwidth 100 kHz (1540-1560) <2MHz and the housing incorporates an optical isolator to ensure performance stability.

To complement the range of products that Eblana offer they now include the Laser Driver DX1 with integrated Current Source & Temperature Controller. This fully integrated unit is specifically designed to incorporate any of Eblana's existing DM laser diode Butterfly products, delivering precise TEC control and an ultra low noise current source for optimised laser performance. The DX1 series includes a specially configured version featuring Eblana's Narrow Linewidth (100kHz) Laser resulting in a high performance, narrow-linewidth laser module in a plug and play format at a very economical price point. 

Wavelength

Application

780

Rb Atomic Clocks

1392

Moisture Detection

1512

Ammonia Detection

1654

Methane Detection

1877

Moisture Detection

2000

CO2 Detection

2108

Nitrogen Detection

 











Applications
  •   Spectroscopy
  •    Gas Sensing
  •    Metrology
  •    Direct frequency doubling
  •    Raman laser seeding
  •    LIDAR
  •   Telecommunications

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