2nd and 3rd Down in the Red Zone
eagleyard Photonics, a leading supplier of high-power laser diodes unveils two Broad Area Lasers at 670 nm, delivering 2 Watt peak power under pulse mode and 1.5 Watt under cw mode conditions
The cw operated 1 Watt version built on a C-Mount is targeting applications where an optimized heat dissipation is essential.
The pulsed version comes in a hermetically sealed TO-package and is therefore perfectly suited for applications with extreme enviromental requirements.
Both lasers are available for immediate order.
"These new laser diode products are the imperative addition to broadening our portfolio in the red zone. The great success of our DBR-633 laser diode, steadily reaching out for He-Ne legacy markets, made us confident to venture the next step." remarks Dr. Thomas Laurent, CTO at eagleyard. "Our customers for metrology, sensing and medical equipment confirmed that we did right in adding such powerful laser diodes to the family."
Come and visit us at Photonics West from 4th to 6th of February 2014 at South Hall, Booth # 1709 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, United States
eagleyard Photonics GmbH
eagleyard Photonics started as a spin-off from the Ferdinand-Braun Institut (FBH) in 2002.
The core competence is the development, production and sale of innovative high-power laser diodes based on GaAs (Gallium Arsenide). Its portfolio contains laser diodes with wavelengths ranging from 633 nm to 1,120 nm (DFB-lasers, tapered lasers, ridge waveguide lasers and broad area lasers). These laser diodes are addressing a variety of applications such as aerospace and defense, spectroscopy, medical instrumentation, test & measurement and material analysis. eagleyard is represented worldwide, particulary in Europe, Asia and the United States of America. Since January 2013 eagleyard belongs to the Toptica Group. For more information, please visit our website at www.eagleyard.com
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