1600mW 450nm Free Space Laser Diode Module

Laser module designed with wavelength 450nm and power 1600mW. Typical beam size is 3 x 2,5 mm, with low beam divergence equal to 0.2 x 1.2 mRad.

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Product description


Opt Lasers 1600 mW 450 nm Free Space Laser Diode Module features excelent divergence and beam size specifications. Laser diode driver provided with this module ensures precise controll of laser diode current, while maintaining high speed modulation. Precise controll of temperature of laser diode housing greately improves power stability and ensures long lifetime of the laser diode. This combination of beam specifications and current, temperature controll makes this module a perfect choice for both scientific and industrial aplications.

Cooling platform and PSU for this module are available for this module. If you want to add them to your orther or have any other questions feel free to contact us.

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Product Features

  • Small beam size
  • Low divergence
  • High Optical Stability
  • Active cooling
  • Long Lifetime
  • High speed modulation


  • Illumination
  • Automotive
  • Spectroscopy
  • fluorescence
  • biomedical


Typ. Center Wavelength [nm, ±10] 450
Output power [mW] 1600
Typ. Beam Size [mm, @ 1/e2]1 3 x 2.5
Typ. Full Angle Beam Divergence [mRad, @ 1/e]1 0.2 x 1.2
Typ. Spectral line width FWHM, nm [nm, @ FWHM] 1
Polarization State TE
Peak-to-peak Power Stability Over 8h, %2 0.5
RMS Power Stability Over 8h, %2 0.08
Lifetime [h] 10 000
Modulation Input [V, Analog] 0-5
-3 dB Bandwidth Modulation [kHz] 600
Softstart Time [ms] 2000
Rise Time [ns]3 250
Fall Time [ns]3 150
Signal To Rise Start Delay [ns]3 400
Laser Diode ESD Protection YES
Cooling Method Active - TEC
Operating Temperature [°C] 10 - 35
Overheat protection Yes
Dissipated Power [W, bottom surface] <35
Max power consumption [V x A] 7.5 x 8
Module dimensions (L x W x H) [mm] 129 x 59 x 41

1 Vertical x Horizontal.

2 Test performed in 22°C ±2 ambient temperature using an optical power meter with an input bandwidth of 100 Hz. Power was measured every 6 seconds. Test performed after initial warm-up.

3 Measured performed with 100kHz frequency.


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