$482.70 sku / item#: RLS/LDI-1550-DFB-2G-20/70-DIL-SM1 ships: 3 weeks
- DFB Laser, 20mW CW Output Power, 70mW Pulse
- DIL Package with PD, TEC, and Temperature Sensor
- Single Mode Fiber with FC/APC Connector
- Pulsed Mode Output Power up to 70mW / Supports Data Rates up to 2.5 Gbps
- Offered by LasersCom, a Laser Lab Source Marketplace Seller
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1550nm, 70mW Fiber Coupled Laser Diode Overview
The LDI-1550-DFB-2.5G-20/70-DIL-SM1 is an InGaAsP multi-quantum well laser diode coupled to a single-mode optical fiber and packaged into a DIL package with a monitor photodiode. The CW output power is 20mW, and pulsed power output up to 70mW. The laser supports data rates up to 2.5 Gbps.
The DIL package includes an integrated monitor photodiode, thermoelectric cooler, and temperature sensor for enhanced thermal stability.
The laser comes standard with FC/APC connector; FC/PC is also normally in-stock. Please contact us for information on fiber connector options.
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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