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- Specifically Designed for CO2 Detection
- Output Power 3 mW, Fabry-Perot Laser Diode
- Butterfly Package with Integrated TEC and Thermistor
- Available pre-mounted in an Eblana DX-1 current & temperature controller. Enquire for details
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2020nm, Fabry-Perot Laser Diode Overview
Eblana Photonics EP2020-FP-TP39 laser diode, is a cost effective, highly coherent laser source. Eblana's advanced epistructure design is used to deliver an InP-based strained quantum-well Fabry-Perot laser with low threshold current and excellent spectral characteristics.
The standard butterfly package includes integrated TEC and thermistor for precision temperature control and temperature tuning.
2020 nm for Sensing Carbon Dioxide ( CO2 ) and Free-Space Communications
Eblana's 2020 nm DM Laser delivers reliable, mode-hop free, operation over a wide wavelength tuning range. These single longitudinal mode lasers are designed for gas sensing applications targeting Carbon Dioxide ( CO2 ), as well as free-space communications networks. The narrow linewidth output improves application performance across a wide range of operating conditions.
Available Preconfigured Driver Maximizes Cost Effectiveness
Eblana's proprietary DX-1 incorporates the butterfly laser module with an integrated current driver and TEC controller. Designed for ease of operation, it is the ideal platform for high stability gas detection or remote sensing. The driver module is compact, at 72.5 mm x 50 mm x 28 mm, to fit within your sensing system hardware and simplifies your design work considerably.
Features of the DX-1 Laser Diode Driver
- Integrated driver and TEC controller
- PM/SMF coupled with FC/APC
- Built-in optical isolator
- Powered by +5 V DC source
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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