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Diode Laser System

Photonics Spectra
May 2011
DILAS Diode Laser Inc.Request Info
 
Dilas Industrial Laser Systems’ Mini is an integrated diode laser system based on fiber-coupled modules. Measuring 336 x 144 mm, the system delivers optical output powers of up to 50 W continuous-wave at 980 nm out of a 400-μm fiber and up to 35 W, continuous-wave, out of a 200-μm fiber. Cooling is provided by Peltier elements and air flow. The system can be controlled via either a USB port using the supplied software or by conventional analog and 24-V signals. The system is available as an integratable OEM version without housing or as a housed desktop version. A 5-m-long fiber optic cable and an SMA connector deliver flexible beam guidance to the working area. Applications include selective soldering and welding of plastics.


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GLOSSARY
analog signal
A signal in the form of continuously variable voltage or current.
fiber optic cable
A package for an optical fiber or fibers that may include cladding, buffering, strength members and an outer jacket.
illumination
The general term for the application of light to a subject. It should not be used in place of the specific quantity illuminance.
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