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Hamamatsu IR pulsed diode produces 20W

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Keywords:hamamatsu? l7055 04? l7060 02? l6690? infrared pulsed diode?

Suited for use in laser radar systems, laser range finders, as excitation light sources, and for optical triggering, the L7055-04 infrared pulsed diode has a peak emission wavelength of 870nm, rise time <0.5ns, and an output power >20W.

It also has a spectral radiation bandwidth of 4nm and a beam spread of 80. the diode has a pulsed forward current of 20A and duty ratio of 0.075 percent.

Hamamatsu Photonics has also released the L7060-02 and L6690 devices that are suitable for radar systems and light sources. The L7060-02 delivers an output >30W at 870nm and a rise time of <0.5ns. Its spectral bandwidth is typically 4nm and beam spread is 90.

The L6690 IR pulsed laser diode has a high duty ratio of 2.5 percent, rise time of <0.5ns, and a peak emission wavelength of 860nm. Radiant power output is typically 3W and radiation bandwidth is 3nm with a beam spread of 80.

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