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Photonic's new laser diode module with 70mW output power

Posted: 09 Nov 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:photonic products? laser diode module? pm806g-gr? opnext? hl6548fg?

Photonic's PM806G-GR

Photonic Products rolled out a new 660nm laser diode module with a very high, very stable output power of 70mW and adjustable AR coated glass optics. The 660nm photon laser module, PM806G-GR, incorporates an Opnext HL6548FG high power laser diode (100mW absolute maximum optical output power), with internal monitor photodiode in a 9mm package.

According to the company, an internal monitor photodiode is a unique feature for a laser diode of this power and wavelength which enables the output power of the laser diode module to be accurately stabilized over its operating temperature range of -10C to 50C.

Designed for applications such as machine vision, graphic displays, medical imaging, inspection systems and industrial alignment and positioning, the 660nm laser diode module produces an elliptical output beam of 3.5-by-1.5mm with an output power of 70mW. Operating voltage is from 3Vdc to 6Vdc with a typical operating current of 150mA. Beam divergence is All photon modules can be supplied in various colors (red, green, blue, black, violet) to assist in wavelength or power identification. The PMF version modules have a 25mm mounting flange. Electrical connections are made via external flying leads. The lens may be adjusted to produce either a collimated beam or focused spot. The standard lens may be replaced by other optical systems such as line and cross generators.

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