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High Power Multimode Nichia 375nm Laser Diode

  • 375nm-200mW-TO-can-Nichia
  • 375nm-200mW-TO-can-Nichia

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Key Features
  • Peak Wavelength: 375nm
  • Optical Output Power: 200mW
  • Spatial Mode: Multimode
  • TO-Can Type: 5.6mm, Floating Mounted with Photo Diode and Zener Diode

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Specifications CW (typical at 200mW)
  • Optical Output Power (Pop): 200mW
  • Peak Wavelength (λp): 375nm (+/-5nm)
  • Threshold Current (Ith): 260mA
  • Operating Current (Iop): 390mA
  • Slope Efficiency (η): 1.1 W/A
  • Operating Voltage (Vop): 4.4 Volts
  • Beam Divergence Parallel (θ//): 19°
  • Beam Divergence Perpendicular (θ⊥): 40°
  • Beam Pointing Accuracy Perpendicular (∆θ⊥): < 5.0°
  • Monitor Current (Im) Range: 0.2 to 2.0 mA
Absolute Maximum Ratings
  • Optical Output Power (Po): 250mW
  • Allowable Reverse Current (Ir): 85mA
  • PD Reverse Voltage (Vr): 5 Volts
  • Storage Temperature: -40 ~ 85°C
  • Operating Case Temperature: 20 ~ 30°C

Product Overview:

These NICHIA model NDU7216E devices are 375nm Laser Diodes which offer an optical output power of 200mW. These are multimode devices and come in a standard 5.6mm TO-Can package mounted with a monitor photo diode and zener diode. These devices are based on the gallium nitride diode laser materials which are the basis of Nichia's blue and violet lasers. At 200mW of power, these semiconductor devices are the highest power native laser diodes at 375nm

Gallium nitride based diode lasers were first developed at Nichia in the early 1990's by an engineer named Shuji Nakamura at Nichia. Nichia is a world leader in the development and commercialization of inorganic luminescent materials. Since their initial development, these GaN devices have been used on a massive scale worldwide in consumer applications as well as research and development for many emerging technologies. In addition to their use in full color video displays, lighting and HD DVD players, emerging applications in the medical field such as flourescence and flow cytometry will keep 375nm and other violet/blue devices at the forefront of the photonics industry for the foreseeable future.