Dilas vertical diode arrays come in several wavelengths

April 6, 2010
Vertical diode laser stacked arrays at 915, 940, and 980 nm wavelengths offer 150 W output power, continuous-wave per bar.

Vertical diode laser stacked arrays at 915, 940, and 980 nm wavelengths offer 150 W output power, continuous-wave per bar. The water-cooled stack is available with up to 30 bars, with collimation for fast-axis and slow-axis configurations. All beamlets are parallel within ±3 mrad. Custom models are available.
Dilas
Mainz, Germany
www.dilas.com

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PRESS RELEASE


New High-Performance Vertical Diode Laser Stacks


Mainz, Germany – DILAS, the diode laser company, announces its high-power vertical diode laser stacked arrays available at 9xxnm (915nm, 940nm and 980nm) wavelength with 150W output power, continuous-wave (CW) per bar.

DILAS’ vertical stacks are designed specifically for applications such as diode pump solid-state laser, materials processing, defense, and medical requiring kilowatts of continuous-wave (CW) laser power in a compact, easy to integrate package.

The water-cooled vertical stack is available up to 30 stacked bars with collimation for fast-axis and slow-axis configurations. Enduring the toughest tolerances, our advanced housings and high-precision optic mounting give you full control and allow all beamlets to be parallel within +/- 3mrad.

The standard design is an open stack with models that include a dust protective or a hermetically sealed housing. Different models are available, with custom solutions upon request. In addition, the standard configuration DILAS provides can be customized to fit specific requirements for interfaces, beam propagation, mechanical dimensions, etc.

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