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1064nm, 50mW CW DFB Laser Diode with Isolator

  • 1064nm Butterfly DFB Laser Diode
  • 1064nm Butterfly DFB Laser Diode Specifications
  • 1064nm Butterfly DFB Laser Diode Mechanical Drawing

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Key Features
  • 1064nm DFB Laser for Fiber Laser Seeding and Sensing
  • Single Frequency, Single Longitudinal Mode
  • Integrated 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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Key Specifications
  • Fiber Output Power (CW): 30 mW
  • LD Forward Current (CW): 110 mA
  • Pule Peak Current (Pulse 5 ns / 100 kHz): 320 mA
  • Pules Peak Power (Pulse 5 ns / 100 kHz): 100 mW
  • TEC Drive Current: 2 A (max)
  • Integrated Optical Isolator, PM Fiber
  • Operating Temp. Range: -10°C to +60°C

Product Overview:

1064nm DFB Laser for Fiber Laser Seeding

These DFB laser diodes from QD Laser 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 100mW. Key features include single frequency operation, a PM fiber-pigtail and internal optical isolator. These lasers are specified for CW and Pulsed modes of operation.

Features
- Single longitudinal mode operation at 1064nm
- Fiber-pigtailed 14-pin butterfly package with a TEC
- Optical isolator integration
- Polarization maintaining fiber integration
- CW/Pulse operation

APPLICATIONS:
- Seeder for fiber lasers
- Sensing

Proper Handling and Operation of Diode Lasers

Diode lasers are highly susceptible to damage from ESD and from temperatures exceeding their specified safe operating range. The user is advised to use care and proper ESD safety practices when handling them to avoid damage to the laser. A properly rated low noise current source, a low thermal resistance mount and a temperature controller should be used for optimal device performance and reliability.

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