1064 nm laser diode – CW & pulsed – Bragg or DFB
These fiber coupled 1064 nm laser diode are offered as stock items or associated with a CW or pulsed laser diode driver. It is compatible with low noise CW or high speed nanosecond pulses drivers. Turn-key modules with TEC controller are offered in an open or integrated version.
These 1064 nm laser diode can reach high power in nanosecond pulse regime up to 2000 mW.
3 versions are offered:
- A high power version @ 1060 nm ideal for CW of pulse applications where a pulse emission wavelength evolution in the first nanoseconds can be tolerated.
- A 1064 nm fiber coupled DFB laser diode with typically 200 kHz bandwidth which reaches up to 200 mW in CW and 800 mW in pulse regime with a very stable emission bandwidth from the first nanosecond.
- A broad and stable emission bandwidth version ideal for fiber lasers when SBS effect is a limitation.
Most Turn-key diode+driver solutions (see datasheet) are optimized for single-shot to CW performance with pulse width lengths down to 1 nanosecond. 1064 nm laser diode precision pulses are generated internally by an on-board pulse generator, or on demand from an external TTL signal.
|Laser diode||1064 LD-STD
Standard with Bragg
Ultra broad with FBG
|Emission bandwidth||CW: <0.2 nm
Pulse: <2 nm
|~200 kHz||>2 nm|
|Max power (CW-typ)||550 mW||200 mW||650 mW|
|Max power (pulse-typ)||1500 mW*||800 mW*||2000 mW*|
|Pulsed performance||See 1064 nm laser diode datasheet|
* With ALPhANOV drivers only
These products are now offered by AeroDIODE, a new ALPhANOV spin-off company. The product manager is available to answer any technical of commercial question.
Product reference: 1064LD
Three models: bragg based or DFB-based
Up to 550 mW CW
Up to 1500 mW peak power out of fiber
Down to 200 kHz bandwidth (DFB version)
Down to 1 ns pulsewidth
Low noise CW emission
Applications of these 1064 nm laser diode include laser seeding, fiber laser development, Bio-imaging R&D etc.
The GUI software of the optional drivers lets the user have total control of all module functions. It includes several libraries for software integration (Labview VIs, DLLs, Hexa, Python etc.).
This 1064 nm laser diode works alone or in series with other products in our range like:
- Pulse laser diode driver
- High speed laser diode driver
- Multi-channel laser diode driver
- Fiber laser diode driver
- 915 nm laser diode
- 976 nm laser diode
- 980 nm laser diode
- High power laser diode
- Fiber optic modulator
- Fiber coupled acousto-optics modulator
Complex systems, such as fiber lasers, can be quickly developed on this module platform.
- Laser seeding
- Fiber laser development
- Bio-imaging R&D
Synoptic of pulse driver
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