Fiber-Coupled Diode Laser Modules

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Fiber-Coupled Diode Laser ModulesCoherent Inc. has expanded its DILAS family of continuous wave, fiber-coupled diode laser modules with two new visible wavelengths delivering 2 W at 520 nm and 1.4 W at 638 nm.

Because these OEM modules are based on Coherent DILAS’ multi-single-emitter technology, they provide high optical efficiency and excellent beam quality. They are both offered with SMA connectors for 200-µm fiber, having a 0.22 numerical aperture to enable simple collimation as well as tight focusing to a small, high-intensity beam waist. The combination of compact packaging, fiber coupling, conduction cooling and an internal negative temperature coefficient sensor simplifies integration into a broad range of instruments and systems across life sciences, machine vision and other OEM applications.

By extending the range of this modular platform from the UV through the RGB spectrum, these new high-performance visible lasers are ideal for numerous photonic and biophotonic applications requiring multiple watts of green or red visible light such as confocal microscopy, drug discovery, array readers, multi-wavelength flow cytometry, photodynamic therapy, white light generation and pumping titanium sapphire lasers.

Published: October 2017
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