Compact Optical Isolators

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Compact Optical IsolatorsCompact optical isolators in the Tornos Series from Electro-Optics Technology Inc. provide high transmission in the forward direction while strongly attenuating light traveling in the reverse direction.

The devices protect laser diodes from the deleterious effects of back reflections. The Tornos Series compact optical isolators can eliminate frequency instability in single-frequency laser diodes, prevent mode-hopping in external-cavity diode lasers, and eliminate parasitic oscillations caused by amplified spontaneous emission in amplified diode laser systems. Their high transmission allows the use of less expensive, low-power laser diodes.

These isolators also feature a small, compact design for OEM integration. They are also tunable over a wide spectral range, allowing for optimal isolation and transmission at a specific wavelength within the spectral bandwidth of the isolator, and include optically contacted polarizing beamsplitter cubes to optimize transmission.

Published: June 2018
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