Princeton Optronics end-pumping module has four small VCSEL chips

A vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL)-based end-pumping module is designed for pumping Nd:YAG lasers. The module delivers >900 W of QCW power and operates at temperatures above 50°C. The module has four small VCSEL chips, each delivering 230 W of output power, connected in series. Applications include solid-state laser pumping, pulsed illumination, and medical applications.

Princeton Optronics
Mercerville, NJ

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Princeton Optronics Introduces 900W End Pumping Module at 808nm

Sept 25, 2011

Princeton Optronics introduces VCSEL based 900W end pumping module  for pumping Nd:YAG lasers. The pump module delivers >900W watts of QCW power and is highly reliable and operates at temperatures over 50 deg C. The module has four small VCSEL chips each delivering 230W of output power each which are connected in series. The chips are mounted on a copper block which can be mounted on the heat sink by the customers. The module is ideal for users who want to use a ready made pump for pumping of solid state lasers, pulsed illumination and for medical applications. The module can be custom configured for other power levels and other wavelengths for end and side pumping. For a data sheet of the module, please visit our website.   

Princeton Optronics is a manufacturer of high power single and multi-mode VCSELs and VCSEL arrays, and has a diverse line of products suitable for many applications.  

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