3.5W 405nm Free Space Laser Diode Module
Laser module designed with wavelength 405nm and power 3.5 W. Typical beam size is 7 x 8 mm.
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Manufacturer: Opt Lasers
Opt Lasers 3.5W 405nm Free Space Laser Diode Module is a high power source of 405 nm laser light. The module can be easily mounted on the metric breadboard or heatsink/cooling platform. You can precisely control laser power and pulse duration by controlling it with an analog, or a PWM signal.
With this module, a user has full flexibility with the cooling method selection. It will help you optimize cooling method cost and offers the possibility to vastly increase the power stability of the module. Our team is open to help you with choosing an optimal cooling method for your application.
Client satisfaction is most the important value for us. Therefore we offer full customization of the module to satisfy both our industrial and laboratory clients. The team of our best specialists is waiting to help you with your application, so if you have any questions feel free to contact us.
Read more about free space laser diode modules.
- High power
- Low divergence
- High Optical Stability
- Long Lifetime
- High speed modulation
- UV curing
- Laser pumping
|Typ. Center Wavelength [nm, ±5]||405|
|Output power [W]||3.5|
|Typ. Beam Size [mm, @ 1/e2]1||7 x 8|
|Typ. Full Angle Beam Divergence [mRad, @ 1/e]1||0.2 x 1.9|
|Min. Polarization Extinction Ratio||1:100|
|Peak-to-peak Power Stability Over 8h, %2||0.7 - 3|
|RMS Power Stability Over 8h, %2||0.1 - 0.5|
|Lifetime [h]||10 000|
|Modulation Input [V, Analog]||0-5|
|-3 dB Bandwidth Modulation [kHz]||850|
|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|
|Case Temperature [°C]||10 - 25|
|Max dissipated Power [W, bottom surface]||30|
|Max power consumption [V x A]||24 x 3|
|Module dimensions (L x W x H) [mm]||178 x 77 x 37|
1 Vertical x Horizontal.
2 Depends on the applied cooling method
3 Measured performed with 100kHz frequency.