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1.5-µm CW Fiber Lasers

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Manufactured by Manlight SAS and available through RPMC Lasers Inc., the Isruz is a compact continuous-wave fiber laser emitting at 1550 nm and delivering up to 30 W of average output power. Manlight’s patented Injection Technology uses broad-area pump diodes, enabling maintenance-free operation. The all-fiber design renders the laser robust, with no stabilization or alignment of optical components required. The standard model is 230 x 178 x 65 mm, making it suitable for use in systems requiring small dimensions. A polarization-maintaining model offers average output powers up to 20 W. Both are offered as turnkey systems and can be controlled via front panel display or through a computer via USB. They deliver beam quality of M2 <1.1 and can be transistor-transistor-logic-modulated up to 3 kHz.

Photonics Spectra
Aug 2011

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