Laser Emitters at a Wavelength of 1.54 μm

For Training Systems and Medical Technology

Laser Emitters at a Wavelength of 1.54 μm
(PresseBox) ( Olching, )
LASER COMPONENTS presents a new partner: Optitask Ltd manufactures laser emitters for training systems that have a reach of more than 2000 meters. Diode-pumped laser transmitters and lamp-pumped transmitters are available at 1.54 μm. The diode-pumped laser transmitters have an energy of 1 mJ to 12 mJ at a pulse frequency from a single shot to twenty pulses per second - 20 pps. Lamp-pumped transmitters operate at the same energy from a single shot to five pps in burst operation. The transmitters can be used at temperatures between 40° C and +70°C and are qualified according to MILSTD810C. In addition to military technology, these powerful laser transmitters are also used in medical technology.

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