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AACHEN, Germany, Jan. 2, 2018 — Micro-Optics ModuleThe C-SMD micro-optics module from Ingeneric GmbH is designed for the collimation of single-mode diode bars to help exploit the improved brightness and open up new fields of application for laser manufacturers.

The new collimation module optimizes the utilization of the high performance available from single-mode diode bars, which opens up potential new applications. The new monolithic cylindrical lens array achieves high degrees of collimation as it is produced with the process of precision glass molding.

The production accuracy of the micro-optics is subject to considerably higher demands than is the case with the optics for diodes with broad stripe emitters. The new array has a design wavelength of 970 nm. The effective focal length (EFL) of the fast-axis collimation is 600 µm with a numerical aperture of 0.8. The EFL of the slow-axis collimation is 190 µm, with a pitch of 48 µm. There are 200 lens elements on each part. The result is a back focal length of 179 µm.



Published: January 2018
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