PRODUCT

Single-mode fibre pigtailed butterfly 14-pin module

Lumics, a manufacturer of diode lasers, fibre-coupled single- and multi-mode laser laser diode modules and turnkey laser systems based on Lumics‘ patented single emitter technology, has announced a single-mode fibre pigtailed butterfly 14-pin module with internal temperature control and a monitor photodiode.

The new products cover wavelengths from 793nm up to 1100nm. The Lumics’ hermetically sealed BTF14 modules are manufactured as per Telcordia standard GR-468-CORE.

Lumics’ recently added 786nm to that product line as a standard wavelength. Modules can now be delivered for the following wavelengths: 786, 793, 808, 850, 915, 980, 1012, 1025, 1032, 1064, 1070, and 1080nm. Other customised wavelengths between 750 and 1100 nm can be manufactured on request.

The modules can be either driven continuous wave (CW) or pulsed. They are available depending on the wavelength with up to 500mW output power CW, or up to 2W pulsed. Lumics offers all BTF 14-pin modules also with a laser diode driver e.g. as a compact, table-top solution.

Lumics’ BTF14 modules are also available in additional alternative configurations; polarisation maintaining fiber up to 12 dB extinction ratio; Fibre bragg grating with spectral width from 1 nm in standard configuration down to 0.15 pm; wavelength locking in pulsed operation down to 3 ns for fiber laser seeding or temperature sensing and with standard connectors like SMA, FC/PC, or FC/APC.

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