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Tunable Diode Laser

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IRVINE, Calif., Nov. 19, 2014 — TLB-6736 VelocityThe TLB-6736 Velocity diode laser from New Focus features a tuning range of 1975 to 2075 nm.

It is capable of fine (piezo) and coarse (DC motor) mode-hop-free tuning, operates in single mode and provides >2 mW of power at 2030 nm, as well as a 200 kHz linewidth (measured over 50 ms).

The Velocity is designed for applications including mid-infrared frequency combs and molecular spectroscopy for ground measurements and atmospheric monitoring.
Nov 2014

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