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Pulsed Laser Diodes

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The CVN Series high-power monolithic pulsed laser diodes have been launched by OSI Laser Diode Inc. Featuring reliable and efficient performance, they deliver stable operation in extreme environmental conditions, from −40 to 85 °C.

The fiber-coupled devices operate from 895 to 915 nm at up to 188 W, with a typical peak wavelength at 905 nm. Their peak power (at 25 °C, typical) is 375 W, and they are available either singly or stacked.

They are enclosed in TO18C, TO18T, TO5C, TO5F, TO5T or 9-mm housings.

Applications include rangefinding, ceilometers, weapons simulation, surveying equipment, homeland security, light detection and ranging, and adaptive cruise control.

Photonics Spectra
Aug 2012
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