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16 November 2012

DILAS launches fiber-coupled diode laser system delivering up to 1kW

Diode laser maker DILAS of Mainz, Germany has launched the SF1000/400 next-generation fiber-coupled system, which can deliver up to 1kW of output power from a 400µm fiber at a single wavelength of 976nm, and has been developed to suit the needs of volume production in industrial applications.

The fiber-coupled system is based on macro-channel cooled diode laser bars featuring a compact footprint and convenient aiming beam. With a beam parameter product of 44mm-mrad, the system delivers 1kW through a cladding-mode-free QBH high-power 400µm-core-diameter fiber with a numerical aperture (NA) of 0.22, or an optional 800µm-core-diameter 0.12NA fiber. The laser is also available with a Q5 (LLK-B) industrial fiber connector.

The turnkey system comes with a water-air-chiller, diode laser power supply, and control unit providing external interfaces, chassis and metal-armored fiber. A user-friendly interface enables ease of integration of material processing workstations, says the firm.

The system suits material processing applications such as soldering, heat treatment and thin metal welding as well as scientific research applications such as fiber-laser pumping.

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