Pulsed laser diodes

  • 01-Nov-2012 12:27 EDT
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The CVLL Series of high-brightness pulsed laser diodes from OSI Laser Diode offers eye-safe devices with low divergence and high brightness to deliver reliable and stable output power of up to 75 W in temperatures from -40 to+85°C (-40 to +185°F). Hermetically sealed and RoHS compliant, the pulsed laser diodes are suitable for military, industrial, and commercial markets. The durable CVLL Series is designed for rugged environments and extreme temperature tasks such as rangefinding, hunting, targeting, surveying, navigation, and speed measurement. Typical peak wavelength is 1550 nm (61 µin), with a minimum operating wavelength of 1530 nm (60 µin) and a maximum of 1580 nm (62 µin). The full width at half-maximum beam divergence is 10° x 24°.

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