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Quasi-CW Lasers Emit Infrared Radiation

EuroPhotonics
May 2008
nLIGHT Corp.Request Info
 
• 1.3- to 2.1-μm wavelength
• conductively cooled
• various packaging options

nLight.jpgThe Summit quasi-CW diode lasers with output wavelengths from 1.3 to 2.1 μm and conductive cooling have been announced by nLight Corp.

With peak power available up to 200 W per bar and a proven reliable indium-free package, the near-IR instruments’ performance and reliability make them suitable for use in quasi-CW diode laser pumping applications.

As a result of developments in laser diode technology, longer wavelength technologies now make their transition from the laboratory to the field. Based on thermal coefficient of expansion-matched materials and hard solder, the lasers represent a solution for a variety of military, aerospace, medical and industrial applications.

The company says that conductive cooling decreases cost of ownership, and quasi-CW operation allows even higher peak power than can be achieved with comparable CW lasers.

As for the near-IR versions, the detailed specifications depend on the packaging chosen. Further customer-specific optimizations include collimation, power, brightness and even efficiency.


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