Laser arrays and diodes

  • 09-Feb-2010 10:55 EST

The Hermes Stacked Array line from Intense Ltd. includes higher power QCW laser diodes, ranging from 600 to 3000 W, qualified to military standards. Additionally, the firm’s passively mounted QCW Bars feature power levels of 100 to 400 W. All bars and stacked arrays use the company’s QWI technology along with specific soldering methods and robust packaging. This ensures that the diodes operate both reliably and efficiently while delivering high powers at elevated temperatures. The diodes are designed for defense and industrial applications including DPSS pumping, direct illumination, range finding, and distance measurement. In DPSS pumping applications, the high-power diodes replace traditional lamp pump designs to provide greater optical power density, higher wall plug efficiency, and extended lifetime.

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