Manufacturer/Distributor: FLC Mode: multimode Laser-Type: Laser-Diode / Pulsed-Laser-Diodes Wavelength: IR

Pulse Laser Diode


Manufacturer/Distributor: FLC

Frankfurt Laser Company (FLC), established in 1994, has a rich history of success and innovation in the field of laser technology. FLC's success is driven by its commitment to innovation and its ability to deliver customized solutions tailored to specific customer needs, including hard-to-source and specialized laser diodes. Celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2024, the company reflects on a legacy of technological advancements that have significantly impacted the laser industry. Through consistent innovation and dedication to excellence, FLC has maintained its position at the forefront of laser technology, continually pushing the boundaries of what is possible in the field.

Mode: multimode

Multimode in lasers refers to the operation of a laser that supports multiple transverse modes, resulting in a light beam that is less coherent and more divergent compared to single-mode lasers. This means the laser emits light at multiple spatial patterns and sometimes at multiple frequencies, leading to a broader and more diffuse beam. Multimode lasers are useful in applications where high power and wide beam spread are required, such as in material processing, medical treatments, and certain types of optical sensors. The design of multimode lasers typically involves a larger core size or different refractive index profile to support multiple light paths.

Laser-Type: Laser-Diode

Laser diodes are characterized by their ability to produce coherent light, meaning the light waves are in phase with each other both temporally and spatially. The light emitted is monochromatic, having a narrow wavelength range, which means it is almost of a single color. Additionally, laser diodes emit light in a highly directional beam, unlike LEDs, which emit light in multiple directions.

Laser-Type: Pulsed-Laser-Diodes

Pulsed laser diodes (are semiconductor devices that generate laser light through the process of stimulated emission in short, intense bursts or pulses. These devices are designed to emit light in pulses rather than continuously.

wavelength: IR

Infrared (IR) radiation is a type of electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths longer than visible light but shorter than microwave radiation.

This article refers to: FLC-905-115P-UA (Manufacturer/Distributor: FLC Mode: multimode Laser-Type: Laser-Diode / Pulsed-Laser-Diodes Wavelength: IR )


  • FLC
  • multimode
  • Laser-Diode / Pulsed-Laser-Diodes
  • IR


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