13mW Lasers

What are 13mW Lasers?

Lasers that designate 13mW (0.013W) of average output power can have either continuous-wave (CW) or pulsed output. CW Lasers are always defined in average output power. Pulsed Lasers with an output power defined in Watts or Milliwatts usually define the laser’s average power, not the peak power of the laser.

Our 13mW Laser Products

RPMC provides a couple of options for laser configurations emitting 13mW of output power. For example:

  • Single-SLED® Integrated Spectral Bench G1: Single-SLED Light Source, 1 SLED: 1480nm, SM or PM Fiber, Optional Degree of Polarization, Spectral Coverage: 1455nm-1505nm, FWHM: 50nm, CW: 1480nm, Light Output Power 13mW
  • Single-SLED® Optical Spectral Engine G1: 1 SLED: 1480nm, SM or PM Fiber, High Degree of Polarization, Spectral Coverage: 1455nm-1505nm, FWHM: 50nm, CW: 1480nm, Fiber Output Power 13mW

RPMC has standard configurations available. However customization is possible on many of our products, and in some cases, fully customized solutions are feasible. Do not hesitate to contact us if you do not see exactly what you are looking for!

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LTC-ISB Series

The (Integrated Spectral Bench) product is a compact Superluminescent Diode (SLED) solution that employs Luxmux’s high-performance Optical Spectral Engine (OSE) module. The ISB is a broadband light source that operates in the near infrared range. It is a turn-key product that can easily be integrated into existing devices that require light power.

LTC-OSE Series

The LTC-OSE series from Luxmux, trade named BeST-SLED®, can be configured with up to 6 super luminescent diodes and driver circuitry, into a single 32 pin butterfly package. This reliable, cost-effective, rugged broadband light source produces overlapping spectral coverage from 1230nm to 1730nm, generating up to 19 spectral combinations, and average powers up to 50mW. The LCT-OSE series is suitable for direct integration into existing OEM products for Optical Coherence Tomography, Optical Sensing, White Light Interferometry and others.