Superlum Diodes Introduces New SLDs at 780 nm
Superlum Diodes announces two new 780-nm SLDs.
New medium power SLDs P/N 785G20P5 substitute for SLD-38-MP devices at the 780 nm range. They provide higher power (up to 5 mW instead of 3 mW) while other parameters are the same. This makes them a drop-in replacement of SLD-38-MP-780.
The new high power SLDs 785G15P20 provide up to 20 mW fiber output power with a flat spectrum with a typical 3-dB width of 15 nm. All SLDs are based on specially designed quantum well heterostructures optimized for the best combination of performance parameters.
Since 1992, Superlum has supplied superluminescent light-emitting diodes (SLDs), swept lasers, and broadband light sources for various applications. Superlum was the first company to make SLDs its core business.
They have the longest history of supplying SLDs for a wide range of academic research and industry tasks. These applications include:
- Medical optical coherence tomography (OCT)
- Industrial OCT and spectroscopy
- Optical sensing
- Optical metrology
- Optical illumination and microscopy
- Gain modules/Semiconductor Optical Amplifiers (SOAs) for tunable lasers
To request more information or a quotation for these or other Superlum products, contact IL Photonics.