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5W 405nm Fiber Coupled Laser Diode Module

5W 405nm Fiber Coupled Laser Diode Module

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Product Description

Opt Lasers 1.5W 405nm Fiber Coupled Laser Diode Module features detachable high power SMA fiber and uniform top-hat beam output profile. Laser diode driver build in this module ensures precise controll of laser diode current, while maintaining high speed modulation. Laser module is compatible to mount it on double density metric breadbords. High power and excelent electro-optical specifications makes the module a perfect choice for both scientific and industrial aplications.

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

Read more about free space laser diode modules.

Opt Lasers 405 nm 1.5 W free space colimated beam profile

Typical beam profile captured at the distacne 40 cm from colimation lens.




Product Features

  • Fiber coupled output
  • Sealed housing
  • Conduction cooling
  • Long Lifetime
  • High speed modulation

Applications

  • Illumination
  • Fluorescence
  • Spectroscopy
  • UV curing
  • Laser pumping



Specifications

Typ. Center Wavelength [nm, ±5] 405
Output power [W] 5
Optical fiber core diameter [μm] 100 or 200
Optical Fiber NA 0.22
Typ. Spectral line width FWHM, nm [nm, @ FWHM] 1
Peak-to-peak Power Stability Over 8h, % 1 - 3 1
Lifetime [h] 10 000
Modulation Input [V, Analog] 0-5
-3 dB Bandwidth Modulation [kHz] 850
Softstart Time [ms] 2000
Rise Time [ns]2 250
Fall Time [ns]2 150
Signal To Rise Start Delay [ns]2 400
Laser Diode ESD Protection YES
Cooling Method Active - TEC
Operating Temperature [°C] 10 - 45
Overheat protection Yes
Dissipated Power [W, bottom surface] <25
Max power consumption [V x A] 12 x 3
Module dimensions (L x W x H) [mm] 178 x 77 x 37

1 Depends on the cooling method - active method ensures stability better than 1%, while with passive peak-to-peak power stability can reach more than 3%.

2 Measured performed with 100kHz frequency.




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