OSI Laser Diode to Showcase High-Power Pulsed Laser Diode Modules

OSI Laser Diode, Inc. (LDI), an OSI Systems Company, will be showcasing two high-power pulsed laser diode modules, specially designed for optical spectrum analyzers (OSA) and optical time domain reflectometers (OTDR), at the upcoming OFC Conference in OSI’s booth #2754, March 21 - 23, 2017, at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The
SCW 1632-350R and the SCW 1532-500R are specially designed for optical test equipment applications where high-peak-pulsed optical power is required. The high-power devices are housed in 14-pin butterfly packages, optically coupled to SMF fiber pigtails.

The SCW 1632-350R features a typical center wavelength of 1625 nm and optical power of 275 mW (min.) and 350 mW (typ.). The SCW 1532-500R features a typical center wavelength of 1550 nm and optical power of 400 mW (min.) and 500 mW (typ.). Both devices are RoHS compliant.

For more information about OSI Laser Diode’s family of high-power pulsed laser diodes, go to http://www.laserdiode.com/standard_products/high-power-pulsed


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