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3D Sensing VCSELs

TRUMPF Photonic Components GmbH, VCSEL and Photodiode SolutionsRequest Info
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ULM, Germany, May 5, 2022 — A new generation of 940-nm, single-mode and multimode VCSELs has been announced by TRUMPF Photonic Components GmbH.

It enables breakthrough improvements and high reliability at a broad temperature range for advanced optical applications such as proximity sensing, laser auto focusing, or OLED display sensing. It can also be used for advanced industrial and automotive time-of-flight applications. The single-mode 940-nm VCSEL array consists of 12 quadratic emission zones to generate a high output power of 18 mW. The multimode 940-nm VCSEL comes with two emission zones that generate an optical power of 8 mW.
May 2022

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