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Fiber Coupled Butterfly (Multi-Mode)

The wavelength-stabilized butterfly laser diode features high output power with ultra-narrow spectral bandwidth.Multi-mode laser diodes come standard with <0.1 nm (0.08 nm typical) spectral linewidth. Available with 105 micron core or 62.5 micron core fiber (105 micron core is standard). FC/PC, FC/APC, or unterminated output coupling options available.

The laser’s stabilized peak wavelength remains “locked” regardless of case temp. (15 to 45º C). Devices can be spectrally tailored to suit application needs and offer side mode suppression ratios (SMSRs) better than 40 dB, thereby providing extremely high signal-to-noise ratio.

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Key Features

  • Ultra-Narrow Spectral Bandwidth (< 0.1 nm FWHM, 0.08 nm typical)
  • Stabilized Output Spectrum (< 0.007 nm/°C)
  • “Ultra-Track” Linear Tracking Photodiode
  • Low Power consumption
  • 40 dB SMSR Typical
  • Multi-mode laser diodes come standard with <0.1 nm (0.08 nm typical) spectral linewidth.
  • Available with 105 micron core or 62.5 micron core fiber (105 icron core is standard)

Custom Capabilities

  • Custom wavelengths available upon request
  • FC/PC, SMA, or unterminated output coupler
  • Various output fiber diameters available
  • External TEC (e.g. No TEC inside of package optional)

Specifications

Wavelength Tolerance

+/- 0.5 nm

Spectral Linewidth (Dl)

<0.1 nm (0.08nm typical)

Wavelength Stability Range

15 °C - 45 °C

SMSR

35 - 45 dB

Fiber

105 micron core multi-mode (MM) fiber

Output Power Stability

1% Typical

Applications

This laser package is designed for OEM Integration and is ideal for:

  • High Resolution Raman Spectroscopy
    • Portable Raman
    • Process Raman
  • Direct-diode Frequency Doubling
  • Fiber Laser Pumping
  • Metrology & Interferometry
  • Remote Sensing