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15 January 2014

Innolume launches diode laser family for pulse operation at 1030-1130nm

Quantum dot (QD) diode laser manufacturer Innolume GmbH of Dortmund, Germany has launched a diode laser product family designed for pulse operation.

Dedicated to operate as a seed source in Yb- and Nd-doped fiber laser systems, the LD-10XX-BF-p1000 series is available at any wavelength between 1030 and 1130nm (e.g. 1064nm).

Having rise and fall times in the nanosecond range, the lasers feature up to 1.2W peak optical power in sub-microsecond pulse mode. In contrast to continuous-wave (CW) high-power devices like the LD-1064-BF-600, the new series of lasers has no warm-up period, showing stable radiation right after switching on.

The lasers are available in an industry-standard 14-pin butterfly package with build-in thermo-electric cooler (TEC) and thermistor, and are equipped with HI1060 fiber or with polarization-maintaining PM-980 fiber. In the case of PM fiber, the output light is linearly polarized and oriented along the slow axis with high polarization extinction ratio (PER).

Innolume will be displaying the product in booth 207 at the SPIE Photonics West 2014 exhibition in San Francisco (4-6 February).

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