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Stabilized Laser Diode Module – Part 1

OXXIUS’ monofrequency (or SLM) laser sources are designed with an emphasis on their stability:

  • No mode-hop during operation and power adjustments,
  • Frequency stability against temperature variations,
  • No frequency drift in between on/off cycles, suppressing the need for calibration

VBG stabilized laser diode modules benefits:

  • 633 nm, 785 nm and 830 nm, up to 150 mW
  • Emission linewidth <100 MHz
  • Enhanced beam quality
  • Proprietary SLM locking routine
  • USB and RS232 computer interface
  • Remote ControlBoxx with power display (CDRH compliant)
  • Industry standard package

785NM laser diode module

              Outstanding wavelength stability                          Ultra stable power over time and temperature

The LBX-S family of laser diode modules feature a Volume Bragg Grating stabilized laser diode. These modules offer ultra narrow linewidth thanks to the excellent temperature stability and low noise current. The Oxxius proprietary embedded software locks the laser on same mode at each start up.

OEM Version

Features include:
• Compact Industry Standard Laser head w/ Integrated drivers
• 5V to 12V DC Power Supply to operate
• 10 °C to 50 °C (baseplate) Operating Temperature
• USB, RS-232, dedicated I/O interface
• Intended for system integration

 

Plug and Play Version

Features include:
• Compact Industry Standard Laser head w/ Integrated drivers
• CDRH compliant ControlBoxx
• 100-240V Power Supply
• 10 °C to 50 °C (baseplate) Operating Temperature
• USB, RS-232, dedicated I/O interface
• Intended for academic users and Lab use.
• Heatsink provided for LCX, Optional for LBX

   Stabilized Laser Diode Modules   

   Datasheet PDF   

 

RPMC Lasers provides laser diodes at an affordable price while providing the best customer service throughout the specification, sales, and implementation process.  We believe we are the best option for ALL your DPSS and Laser Diode needs!

 

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  RPMC Lasers by Phone: 636-272-7227 or Email: info@rpmclasers.com

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