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NIR Conduction-Cooled Diode Lasers

Photonics.com
Feb 2007
DILAS Diodenlaser GmbHRequest Info
 
MAINZ, Germany, Feb. 23, 2007 -- Dilas's new conduction-cooled, near-infrared (NIR) diode laser emits 60 W continuous-wave (CW) power at 808 and 980 nm from a single 19-emitter bar. Available in the industry-standard (25 mm x 25 mm) conduction-cooled package, this easy-to-integrate, DILAS_Conduction-Cooled-Dio.jpghigh-brightness, multimode diode laser is an ideal pump source for solid-state lasers used for medical and industrial applications.

Dilas said the lasers are bright, powerful and reliable, with an operating current of 60 A and compliance voltage of 1.7 V. Beam divergence is <65 degrees by <10 degrees for 90-percent enclosed power. As an added feature, Dilas can include an antireflectivity (AR)-coated aspherical cylinder lens to collimate the fast-axis to <12 mrad. For applications requiring a collimated beam, Dilas said its slow-axis lensing capability can further improve bar brightness.

For more information, visit: www.dilas-inc.com; e-mail: sales@dilas.de 

Dilas Diode Laser Inc.
9070 S. Rita Road
Suite #1500
Tucson, AZ 85747
Phone: (520) 232-3484
Fax: (520) 232-3499


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