Pulsed Seeder now at 1030 nm

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eagleyard Photonics, a leading supplier of high-power laser diodes has opened up another chapter of its successful seed laser saga.

eagleyard Photonics expands its high-quality pulsed laser family by its new DFB 1030 nm seed laser. This additional laser complements the already worldwide successfully established DFB 1064.

This type of laser diode is the convenient product for pulsed seeding of Yb-dopted fibers. The pulse peak performance of more than 600 mW combined with its excellent spectral features gives this laser the ideal characteristics for this kind of application.

"The overall positive feedback from selected customers at Laser World of Photonics in Munich to who we presented the test data of the DFB 1030 was very encouraging for us." says Michael Kneier, VP Sales and Marketing at eagleyard Photonics. "Even more, we are excited to pronounce the product release on the occasion of the 10th Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics Pacific Rim in Kyoto (CLEO-PR), Japan."

Because of its high efficiency in conjunction with the compact housing and robust design this DFB-1030 laser diode is perfectly suited Graphic 1: Pulse peak power depending on temperature for the use in fiber lasers for high precision material processing, also available in a 14-Pin-Butterfly package. "All seed applications that need frequency converting will benefit from the outstanding Side-Mode-Supression-Ratio (SMSR) of 30 dB under pulse-mode.", explains Kneier.

For more information about the DFB product family see http://www.eagleyard.com/en/products/dfb-dbr-laser/

eagleyard Photonics will be represented by their Sales Partner SevenSix at the 10th CLEO-PR in Kyoto, Japan from 2nd until 4th July 2013 (Booth # B11).
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