Fiber Coupled Acousto-optic modulator/Frequency Shifter 1064 nm 200 MHz

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Monday, October 25, 2021
CSRayzer Optical Technology Co. Ltd.

Acousto-optic modulators are important devices used in both ultrafast lasers and fiber sensing, such as picosecond and femtosecond laser systems for advanced manufacturing and biomedicine, and fiber Distributed Acousto / Vibration Sensing in oil pipelines and subsea monitoring(DAS/DVS), Quantum Communication, and other scientific researches, etc. The main functions are to modulate the beam intensity, frequency shift and pulse selection, line width test, optical switch, etc. CSRayzer's acousto-optic modulator has small insertion loss and narrower rise and fall time. We can customize the design of AOM and related RF Driver according to the specific use of the customer, provide more matching parameter and specification of the product to better meet the customer's application environment. With good service, fast delivery, stable and excellent performance, we have a good reputation among users all over the world.

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