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28 May 2015

DILAS showcasing high-brightness fiber-laser-pumping products at LASER World of PHOTONICS

In booth A3.205 at LASER World of PHOTONICS 2015 at Messe München in Germany (22-25 June), diode laser maker DILAS of Mainz, Germany is showcasing a series of high-brightness fiber-coupled diode laser pump modules. Additions and enhancements to its product line include the following:

  • Fiber-coupled pump module (up to 240W, 200μm, 915nm; up to 250W, 200μm, 976nm; and up to 270W, 225μm, 976nm):
    High-brightness fiber-laser pump modules available with optional volume Bragg gratings (VBGs) for wavelength stabilization. The tailored bar-based, fiber-coupled modules target a wide range of high-power fiber-laser pumping applications in industry and R&D as well as in direct-diode applications.
  • COMPACT-EVOLUTION (600W, 200μm, 976nm and 1200W, 300μm, 976nm):
    The COMPACT-EVOLUTION is a unique turn-key platform of small physical size (19" rack mountable), ease of use and operational versatility. The highlighted systems are equipped with a standard diode laser control unit used for external interfaces such as the common analog/digital interface, BUS interfaces and remote access option for easy analysis and parameter settings.
  • Fiber-coupled pump module (25W, 105μm, 915/976nm):
    Developed for ytterbium fiber-laser pumping applications requiring high-speed modulation rates in the kHz regime, the module is equipped with a filter to protect against back-propagating light at >1μm. The fiber-coupled module is also suitable for medical or materials processing applications that require a small fiber core diameter and low numerical aperture (NA 0.15) in a small footprint (<65mm x 22mm x 10 mm).

In addition, on 24 June (14.40–15.00) in Hall B3, DILAS is presenting a technical white paper on 'Surface Cladding with Multi-kW Diode Lasers'.

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