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Fiber-Coupled Multibar Modules

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Dilas is offering higher-power fiber-coupled multibar laser modules operating at 1940 nm. The high-brightness, high-power modules feature a compact footprint and deliver 30-W output through a 600-µm core diameter fiber with a numerical aperture of 0.22 and wall-plug efficiency of >10%. The designs are based on industry-standard conductively cooled bars that are optically stacked and polarization-coupled. The modules require only industrial water for cooling. Custom wavelengths are available upon request. The modules are suitable for direct diode applications such as medicine, defense and welding of transparent plastics.


BioPhotonics
Nov 2011
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