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Slow Axis Collimators for Laser Diodes

Tuesday, August 14, 2018
Diode laser technology is advancing at a breathtaking pace as suppliers add new wavelengths and improve output power but still present one big challenge to the system designer: their output is inherently asymmetric. FISBA solves this with their family of three independent beam shaping elements. In this whitepaper, you’ll learn about the collimation of the slow axis: - Single emitter SACs which collimate smaller divergence angles and leave the beam undisturbed in the fast axis. - FISBA’s SAC arrays which collimate the slow axis of each individual diode output - FISBA’s alternative approach to collimate a diode laser array using the FISBA Beam Twister™.
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