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IR Laser Diodes

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The QL94J6S"X" and QL94R6S"X" IR laser diodes from ProPhotonix Ltd. offer a higher wavelength of 940 nm with typical mW output power of 50 or 200 mW.

The 940-nm, 50-mW laser diode QL94J6S"X" is ideally suited for integration into industrial laser modules. Gesture recognition, 3D sensing and targeting applications, among other uses, will benefit from this compact 5.6-mm diode with a built-in photodiode to continually monitor performance.

The QL94R6S"X" 940-nm laser diode has an output power of 200 mW. The higher power level makes this IR laser diode ideally suited to virtual reality, augmented reality and depth sensing applications.

Both diodes are available in three different pin configurations, providing six new laser diode options to ease integration for specific application requirements. Both are rated at operating temperatures up to 60 °C and include a built-in photodiode for laser diode monitoring.

Photonics Spectra
Feb 2018

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