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CHP-188
Laser-Type: CW-Laser-Diodes Manufacturer/Distributor: SemiNex Mode: multimode Wavelength: IR

Multi-Mode Laser Chip

Description:

Laser-Type: CW-Laser-Diodes

The continuous, stable light output of CW laser diodes, combined with their efficiency and versatility, makes them excel in any application requiring precise, reliable, and consistent laser performance.

Manufacturer/Distributor: SemiNex

Since 2003, SemiNex Corporation has been at the forefront of developing high-power laser diodes and semiconductor optical amplifiers. These products are crucial for applications in LiDAR, military range finding, medical technology, and fiber optic testing. Leveraging advanced quantum physics and premium materials such as indium phosphide, SemiNex ensures their products deliver excellent thermal and electrical efficiencies. The company’s dedication to high performance and reliability has made it a leader in the industry.

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.

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: CHP-188 (Laser-Type: CW-Laser-Diodes Manufacturer/Distributor: SemiNex Mode: multimode Wavelength: IR )

  • CW-Laser-Diodes
  • SemiNex
  • multimode
  • IR

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