1120nm, 1460nm and 1550nm multimode laser diodes from RPMC

RPMC Lasers' (O'Fallon, MO) LDX family of multimode laser diodes now includes 1120nm, 1460nm and 1550nm devices. These high-power single-emitter laser diodes produce output powers of 3 or 6 watts from a 95um emitter at 1460nm and 1550nm, and output powers of 1.2, 2.5 and 4.0 watts at 1120nm.

C-mount packaging is standard; other packages available include the TO-3, standard HHL, and fiber coupled.

Diode lasers emitting at 1120nm, 1460nm and 1550nm are targeted to medical applications and others.

RPMC offers a wide wavelength range of multimode laser diodes, ranging from 622nm to 1.8um.

More information:
RPMC multimode single-emitter laser diodes

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