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1535nm, 500µJ High Energy Compact Pulsed Laser Module

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Key Features
  • 1535nm High Energy Pulsed Output, up to 500µJ
  • Rugged Design, Wide Operating Temperature Range
  • Passively Q-Switched, Er:Glass Structure
  • Eye-Safe for Rangefinders, LIDAR, Obstacle Avoidance Radar, Meteorological Radar
  • Standard Pulse Energy 700µJ; Inquire for Details on Other Output Energy Levels
  • Offered by RealLight Technology Company, a Laser Lab Source Marketplace Seller
  • Sold & Supported in North America by: LaserDiodeSource.com, part of the
    Laser Lab Source Marketplace Group

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MODEL RLS / 1535nm-500uJ-10Hz LASER MODULE
PRICE $1894.50
Optical and Electrical Specifications
RLS / 1535nm-500uJ-10Hz LASER MODULE
  • Output Wavelength: 1535 nm
  • Pulse Energy: 500 µJ
  • Repetition Rate: 10 Hz
  • Pulse Width: < 6 ns
  • Operating Current: 20 A
  • Full Beam Divergence: < 7 mrad
  • Beam Profile: TEM00
Package Specifications
  • Weight: 14 g
  • Dimensions: 35 mm x 8 mm x 7 mm
  • Operating Temperature: -40ºC – 65ºC
  • Storage Temperature: -55ºC – 80ºC

Product Overview:

1535nm High Energy Compact Pulsed Laser Module

These super-compact high energy pulsed diode laser modules are ideally suited to range finding, LIDAR, and meteorological radar applications. The module is a passively Q-switched Er:Glass technology, which delivers very short pulse duration and high stability output over a wide temperature range.

Multiple Pulse Energy Options

These high energy eye-safe lasers are available in two output energy levels. The standard output model is 500µJ, and another model under development will delivery up to 700µJ output (inquire for details).

Eye-Safe Wavelength Lasers

Lasers with emission wavelengths longer than 1.4 μm are often called “eye-safe” because light in that wavelength range is strongly absorbed in the eye’s cornea and lens, and therefore cannot reach the significantly more sensitive retina. The degree to which these lasers are actually “eye-safe” depends on the emission wavelength and also on the power level and the optical intensity which can reach the eye. If used improperly these lasers can pose a hazard: it is essential that users take all necessary measures to ensure the safety of the laser operator and bystanders.

The eye-safe characteristic of these 1535nm lasers is particularly important when light needs to be transmitted over substantial distances in open air, such as laser rangefinders, LIDAR, and free-space optical communications.

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