Oxygen Detection

Your compact laser source

(PresseBox) ( Berlin, )
eagleyard Photonics GmbH offers a single frequency laser diode – the cost effective and compact alternative for oxygen detection

Gas spectroscopy is a powerful tool for oxygen detection. eagleyard’s single frequency laser diode hits the strongest absorption lines of oxygen which is essential for this kind of application.

Due to its significantly higher output power compared with other technological solutions (e.g. VCSEL) our RWS-760 is perfectly suited for smoky combustion applications and very dusty and harsh environments.


available wavelengths 760 nm or 764 nm
high output power up to 40 mW
extremely small linewidth < 0.1 pm
high side mode suppression ratio SMSR >30 dB
long term stability
available in a small 5.6 mm and 9 mm TO-housing


Due to its superior spectral characteristics this laser diode is well suited for all kind of oxygen detection. In particular for the life science market serving application fields such as medical, pharmaceutical, chemical and food industry. The aviation industry and the power generation market also benefit from this compact laser diode.

If you would like to learn more about this laser diode and how we can support your application please come and visit us at Photonics West in San Francisco from 16 – 18 February at booth #932 in Hall A.

You will find the relevant datasheets at our website:

http://www.eagleyard.com/fileadmin/downloads/data_sheets/EYP-RWS-0760-00040-1500-SOT02-0000.pdf

http://www.eagleyard.com/fileadmin/downloads/data_sheets/EYP-RWS-0760-00040-1500-TOS52-0000.pdf
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