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laser diode array

A group of single emitter laser diodes, usually arranged vertically or horizontally with respect to each other. The power output of the array increases in direct proportion to the number of single emitters included. The diffraction limited quality of the overall array beam output will decrease in proportion to the number of single emitters used.
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