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Fiber-Coupled Conduction-Cooled Diode Laser Bars

Photonics.com
Feb 2007
DILAS Diodenlaser GmbHRequest Info
 
MAINZ, Germany, Feb. 23, 2007 -- Dilas has introduced fiber-coupled conduction-cooled diode laser bars at 880 and 976 nm. The 880 nm fiber coupled bar can deliver up to 30W of continuous (CW) high power out of a 400-µm output fiber, and the 976-nm fiber-coupled bar delivers up to 30 W of CW high power out of a 400-µm output fiber with a numerical aperture of <0.22.

The fiber-coupled lasers are based on a conduction-cooled bar and features a wall-plug efficiency of >35 percent. The typical drive current for the 880-nm module is <45 amps and 55 amps for 976 nm. The laser power from the modules is delivered via a single core fiber of 200 µm diameter at 976 nm and 400 µm diameter at 880 nm, NA0.22, terminated with a standard SMA 905 connector. The company said the laser bars are ideal for solid-state laser-pumping applications.

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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