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Faraday Isolators

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MolTech GmbH has announced a series of high-power Faraday optical isolators that transmit light in one direction and stop it in the reverse direction. The devices ensure laser source isolation by reducing reflected and backscattered light by several orders of magnitude. They are designed to compensate for thermal depolarization with simultaneous compensation of the thermal lens. Applications include fiber lasers, ring cavity lasers, noise-sensitive precise measurements, and other tasks where extreme sensitivity to optical feedback, intensity instabilities, frequency pulling and other unwanted effects is critical. A range of models covers the spectral band from 0.5 to 1.5 mkm. Some models are suitable for laser powers of >1 kW.

Photonics Spectra
Feb 2011

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compensate for thermal depolarizationFaraday isolatorsfiber lasersfrequency pullingintensity instabilitylaser source isolationlensesMolTechNew Productsnoise-sensitive measurementsoptical feedbackopticsreduce backscattered lightreduce reflected lightring cavity lasersstop lighttransmit light

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