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1064nm DFB Laser, 150mW Pulsed / 100mW CW; Laser Diode for Fiber Laser Seeding and Sensing

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Key Features
  • 1064nm DFB Laser for Fiber Laser Seeding and Sensing
  • Single Frequency, Single Longitudinal Mode
  • No Optical Isolator
  • PM Fiber Pigtail, FC/APC Connector
  • Developed for CW and Pulsed Modes of Operation
  • 14-pin butterfly package with Monitor PD and TEC

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MODEL RLS/1064NM-DFB/150
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Key Specifications
  • Optical Output power (CW): 50 mW
  • Peak Output Power (Pulse 10 nsec / 1 MHz): 150 mW
  • LD Forward Current (CW):IF 250 mA
  • LD Peak Current (Pulse 10 ns / 1 MHz): 600 mA
  • TEC Drive Current: 2 A

Product Overview:

1064nm DFB Laser for Fiber Laser Seeding:

These DFB laser diodes from QDLaser have been developed for fiber laser seeding applications. They are offered in industry standard butterfly package with with an internal monitor PD and an integrated thermoelectric cooler. This 1064nm laser is a distributed feedback (DFB) laser rated for a pulse peak power up to 150mW. Key features include single frequency operation, a PM fiber-pigtail and no internal optical isolator. These lasers are specified for CW and Pulsed modes of operation.

APPLICATIONS:
- Seeder for fiber lasers
- Sensing

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