SUPERLUM Further Extends 670-nm SLD Portfolio
Superlum announces that they have extended their 670-nm superluminescent diode (SLD) portfolio by adding one new part number to the list: S670.15.1. These SLDs have been developed specifically for applications where SLD spectrum width is more important than output power. Given a spectrum width of 15 nm, their coherence length (FWHM of coherence function) is estimated as less than 20 microns in the air. SLD modules S670.15.1 are currently available in stock, ready for rapid, one-week shipment.
Superluminescent diodes are semiconductor emitters that combine the high brightness of laser diodes with a broad spectrum of low coherence measurements like optical coherence tomography (OCT), spectroscopy, low speckle illumination, and others. Superlum offers a wide range of SLD modules and SLD-based light sources.
About Superlum Diodes
The company develops and manufactures:
- Superluminescent Light-Emitting Diode (SLED) modules covering the spectral range of 650–1620 nm
- Low coherent light sources, based on SLED modules with special driving electronics
- Customized versions of the above products
To request more information or a quotation for these or other Superlum products, contact IL Photonics.