DILAS' Fiber-Coupled Diode Laser Bar Enables Unpolarized Output

Mainz, (PresseBox) - DILAS, the diode laser company, announces today the launch of its high-power fiber-coupled module that enables "truly" unpolarized optical output beam.

Within the fiber-coupled module architecture, DILAS uses a polarization scrambler to achieve random polarization. With a degree of polarization at <0.1, this product is ideal for a wide array of OEM pumping applications, primarily diode-pumped solid-state laser manufactures demanding increased stability for their next generation products. Thus, manufacturers achieve desirable advantages by increasing their stability, therefore leading to robust and cost-effective system designs.

Standard modules are now available up to 40W at 808nm, 880nm, 915nm, 940nm and 980nm with a numerical aperture of 0.22 from 400?m core fibers, making it the most reliable and highest-performing fiber-coupled module available today.

Measuring less than 100x31x20mm (LxWxH), this industry-standard package boasts a wall plug efficiency (WPE) >35%. The modules typically operate at 55A of current with a compliance voltage of 1.8V. Standard wavelength tolerances are +/-3nm with spectral widths less than 5nm.

Dilas Diodenlaser GmbH

DILAS, the diode laser company, is focused on delivering the most innovative technologies and advanced product solutions in the industry. Founded in 1994 in Mainz, Germany, with operations in North America and Asia, DILAS designs, develops and manufactures quality high-power, high-brightness semiconductor laser components, modules and systems, including fiber-coupled products for worldwide distribution. For more information about DILAS, including product updates, visit the company's website at www.dilas.com.

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