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Pulsed Laser Diode

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Pulsed Laser DiodeThe QuickSwitch is a hybrid 905-nm, high-power Pulsed Laser Diode (PLD) from Laser Components Canada, Inc.

The diode generates a short pulse width of 2.5 ns, typical at a pulse frequency of up to 200 kHz. It can be equipped with various storage capacitors, achieving an optical peak power up to 89 W. The pulse width of the optical output does not depend on the width of the trigger input pulse. Thus, the device is extremely easy to use.

The PLD, high-current switch, and charge storage capacitor are enclosed in a compact TO56 housing. The high-current loop is fully integrated into the housing, which is also equipped with an additional ground pin independent from both the signal and supply returns. This results in a Faraday cage effectively protecting the QuickSwitch and its surroundings from electromagnetic interference. Laser sources with short pulses and high-pulse frequencies allow for higher resolutions in laser-based distance measurement and scanners for security and aerospace applications.

Photonics Spectra
Jul 2018

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