QPC Lasers fiber-coupled modules for medical applications

These 1908 nm fiber-coupled modules from QPC Lasers (Sylmar, CA) offer CW power up to 40 W and on-chip Brightlock wavelength stabilization for medical applications. The modules reach 25% peak efficiency at room temperature with less than 2 nm linewidth and low wavelength sensitivity to temperature (0.2 nm/ºC). Integrated aiming beam, fiber sensors, photodiode, and various micro-channel cooled stack configurations are available.

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High power 1908nm fiber-coupled modules offer high efficiency and excellent spectrum characteristics for pumping, plastic welding and surgical applications

Laser Operations LLC, manufacturer of the QPC Lasers product line, announced today the release of high power fiber-coupled modules at 1908 nm with power up to 40W CW and on-chip Brightlock® wavelength stabilization for industrial, medical and defense applications.

“Our team has overcome two major limitations of conventional laser diodes in the 1900-2000nm wavelength range,“ commented Laurent Vaissie, SVP Marketing and Sales for Laser Operations LLC. “Our Brightlock® modules at 1908nm offer excellent spectral characteristics and high wall-plug efficiency, targeting a specific laser crystal and water peak absorption to enable multiple applications from resonant pumping of Ho:Yag and mid-IR generation to direct diode plastic welding and laser therapeutics”.

Based on highly reliable InP material and on-chip grating Brightlock® technology, QPC Lasers’ chips at 1908 nm reach 25% peak efficiency at room temperature with less than 2 nm linewidth and low wavelength sensitivity to temperature (0.2nm/ºC).

The high power diode lasers are available in fiber-coupled modules, with options including integrated aiming beam, fiber sensors, and photodiode options. Alternatively, they can be integrated into SUltra™, QPC Lasers’ recently released compact turn-key solution. Various micro-channel cooled stack configurations are also available upon request for high power pumping applications.

For additional information about this product, please contact Laurent Vaissie, SVP Marketing and Sales (818-986-0000, lvaissie@laseroperations.net) or visit www.qpclasers.com.

About Laser Operations LLC
Laser Operations LLC, manufacturer of the QPC Lasers line of products, is a world leader in high performance diode lasers and diode pumped laser products for defense, medical, industrial and consumer applications. All operational and business functions are conducted inside a 40,000 square foot factory in Los
Angeles, CA. This fully integrated facility includes a state of the art compound semiconductor chip fab, and allows all manufacturing functions, from crystal growth through final packaging, to be conducted under one roof. Laser Operations' manufacturing facility is certified in accordance with the internationally recognized quality standard ISO 9001:2008 and is ITAR registered.


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