EOT to showcase fiber laser isolators, high-speed photodetectors at CLEO:2014

May 29, 2014
SLC series 30 W fiber laser isolators can protect pulsed fiber lasers from backreflections created during marking and engraving applications, while ET-3600 series high-speed photodetectors have use in time-domain and frequency-response measurements.

SLC series 30 W fiber laser isolators can protect pulsed fiber lasers from backreflections created during marking and engraving applications. Their monolithic design provides beam pointing stability for use in harsh environments. An integrated beam-expanding telescope with a 7.5-mm-diameter output beam enables utility in most marking applications. The isolators have 60% less magnetic material to make them lighter and ease installation.

ET-3600 series high-speed photodetectors have use in time-domain and frequency-response measurements. They feature a bandwidth greater than 40 GHz, an operating range of 950–1620 nm, and rise and fall times of 9 ps. Versions with free-space or FC/UPC input are available for monitoring the output of various lasers.CLEO booth number: 1422To Learn More:Contact:Electro-Optics Technology (EOT)Headquarters: Traverse City, MIProducts: SLC series 30 W fiber laser isolators and ET-3600 series high-speed photodetectorsKey Features: SLC series fiber laser isolators: integrated beam-expanding telescope with a 7.5-mm-diameter output beam; ET-3600 series high-speed photodetectors: Rise and fall times of 9 psWhat EOT says: View more information on the SLC series 30 W fiber laser isolators and ET-3600 series high-speed photodetectors.View More Products Locate a vendor or system integrator in our Buyer's Guide.Share new products that you think are particularly interesting or helpful by contacting Lee Dubay, Associate Editor, Laser Focus World.

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