Laser diodes from Intense available in 300 mW version

Intense Series 6030 and Series 6130 high-brightness, single-mode laser diodes

Series 6030 and Series 6130 high-brightness, single-mode laser diodes are now available in a 300 mW version. The diodes are available in wavelengths of 980, 830, 808, 785, and 780 nm, in free space packages including 9 mm, C-mount, and 5.6 mm, with custom wavelengths and packaging available.
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Intense Announces Ultra High Power Single Mode Laser Diodes; First to Provide 300mW in Wavelengths from 980nm to 780nm

North Brunswick, New Jersey - January 17, 2012 - Intense, Inc., developer of next generation semiconductor lasers, systems and solutions, today announced the production release of a 300 mW version of the Series 6030 and Series 6130 ultra high power, high brightness single mode laser diodes. Designed for defense, medical, and print/imaging applications such as spectroscopy and industrial coding, the diodes are available in 980, 830, 808, 785, and 780nm wavelengths. Custom packaging and wavelengths are available on request.
Part of Intense's Series 6000 family of single mode lasers, the Series 6030 and Series 6130 are based on the company's patented Quantum Well Intermixing (QWI) technology, which increases the brightness and reliability of laser diodes while avoiding the usual problems associated with catastrophic optical mirror damage.
"Intense has been producing highly reliable, complex multi-channel, individually addressable 200 mW single mode diode arrays in high volume for several years," stated Kevin Laughlin, CEO, Intense, Inc. "This experience, combined with our patented QWI technology, has propelled us to the forefront of the market for high power / ultra high power single mode laser sources.

Until now, 300 mW of true single mode power hasn't been available, particularly in the shorter wavelengths (808-830nm and 780-785nm). The availability of these new wavelengths and ultra high power offerings are driving new uses, particularly in illumination, spectroscopy, life science, and Atomic Clock applications.
The Series 6030 and 6130 offer high electrical conversion efficiency in a range of operating temperatures, from 25 to 50 degrees C. The lasers are available in a selection of free space packages, including 9 mm, C-mount, 5.6 mm; PDM is optional. Multi-emitter, individually addressable, custom ultra high power arrays have also been designed using the basic 6030 design.
Intense offers the Series 6030 and 6130 single emitters in a variety of standard beam divergences to match specific applications requirements.

Multiple FAC lensing options are also available.
Intense is also able to fabricate ultra high power, single mode, individually addressable, multi-channel arrays in wavelengths ranging from 650nm to 980nm with 10 to 270 channels per array. Arrays can also be integrated with full drive electronics and both micro and macro lens options.

The Series 6030 and 6130 single mode laser diodes are also available in custom packaging to match OEM system requirements. OEM discounts are based on quantities ordered.
About Intense

Intense, Inc. is a leading provider of single and multimode monolithic laser array products, high power single emitter laser diodes, and electro optical subsystems. Headquartered in North Brunswick, NJ, the company's patented innovations in Quantum Well Intermixing (QWI) and Asymmetric Waveguides (AW) generate uniquely high power, brightness, and reliability. This, combined with state-of-the-art, high volume manufacturing facilities, delivers unsurpassed product quality and value to customers in the print and imaging, defense, industrial, display, and medical markets. For more information, visit


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