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1310nm Quantum Dot Fabry-Perot Laser Diode, 2.5 Gbps

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Key Features
  • 1300nm Fabry-Perot Quantum Dot Laser Diode
  • Quantum Dot Technology Yields Excellent High Temperature Performance
  • Wide Temperature Range: -10°C to 85°C
  • Maximum Optical Output Power: 15 mW
  • Chip Diodes Shipped on 6" Anti-Static Ring

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  • Center Wavelength: 1305 nm
  • Threshold Current: 8 mA
  • Operating Current: 35 mA
  • Operating Voltage: 1.35 V
  • Output Power: 20 mW
  • Refer to Datasheet for Additional Specifications
Specifications at 85 °C
  • Center Wavelength: 1335 nm
  • Threshold Current: 12 mA
  • Operating Current: 40 mA
  • Operating Voltage: 1.25 V
  • Output Power: 20 mW
  • Refer to Datasheet for Additional Specification

Product Overview:

1310nm Quantum Dot Fabry-Perot Laser Diode, 2.5 Gbps Overview

QLF1312-P10 is a 1310 nm quantum dot Fabry-Perot laser diode chip for use in telecom and datacom applications up to 2.5Gbps speed. Since quantum dot technologies are equipped with active layers of the device, the laser delivers excellent temperature characteristics and low power consumption.

The laser diode chips are shipped on antistatic tape on a 6 inch diameter ring. Refer to the datasheet PDF for instructions on handling, mounting, and testing of the laser diode chips.

- 1305nm Quantum Dot Fabry-Perot Chip
- Wide temperature operation: -10 to 85 °C

- Optical communication

Important Notes on Operating Laser Diodes:

Electrical Operation: Operating a laser diode above the maximum ratings shown on the data sheet even for very short periods of time can damage the laser diode or reduce its lifetime. They should be electrically biased with a "laser diode driver" class current supply with low electrical noise and protection against voltage and current surges. Laser diodes are very sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD). Proper ESD precautions must be taken.

Mounting and Temperature Control: In order to maintain the lifetime of a laser diode, proper heat management is essential. Due to the design of the laser diode, heat is typically dissipated only through the base plate of the diode‘s package. A proper heat conducting interconnection between the diodes base plate and the heat sink must be maintained. Some devices require the use of a thermo-electric temperature controller (TEC controller) to remove the heat from the laser and stabilize the temperature.

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