Fast Axis Collimator Lenses (FACs) - The Essential Components for Laser Diodes

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Friday, December 2, 2022

We started developing FACs more than 15 years ago. The result is highly automated in-house processes which allow for competitive prices – even with high volumes. Diode lasers are efficient, compact, and robust laser sources, but the output beams from diode lasers are divergent and must be shaped to optimize their optical quality. FISBA’s Fast Axis Collimator (FAC) Lenses are the solution for creating high-quality diode output beams. In this whitepaper, you’ll learn about: • FISBA’s wide portfolio of FACs with different focal lengths, providing superior performance for both single emitters and diode laser bars • Advances in packaging that support automated high-volume assembly • New FACs available for wavelengths shorter than the near-infrared.

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