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1350-nm Lasers

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SemiNex Corp. has announced the availability of high-power 1350-nm lasers. The company is offering this wavelength in raw bars, chips, submounts and fiber-coupled packages.

The new technology benefits medical applications such as lipid reduction procedures.

The 1350-nm bars are standard 19-emitter bars with total power >40 W, continuous wave, and slope efficiency >40%. Single-emitter 1350-nm submounts yield 6 W of continuous-wave power, and the fiber-coupled products provide 4.8 W, also continuous wave.

Photonics Spectra
Jul 2012

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