Faraday isolators from Electro-Optics Technology spans 1950 to 2100 nm

May 31, 2013
This 2 micron Faraday isolator is designed for use with thulium and holmium lasers.

A 2 micron Faraday isolator is designed for use with thulium and holmium lasers in the 1950 to 2100 nm region. The isolator provides >28 dB isolation for power levels up to 30 W and has a pulsed damage threshold of 5 J/cm2 at 10 ns.
Electro-Optics Technology
Traverse City, MI

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1950-2100nm Faraday Isolator

2 micron Faraday isolator for use with Tm and Ho lasers in the 1950-2100nm region. These isolators provide >28dB isolation for power levels up to 30W and have a pulsed damage threshold of 5J/cm^2 @10ns.


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