VCSEL Chips from Princeton Optronics

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Princeton Optronics Inc.

Princeton Optronics Inc., Princeton, NJ, offers 800 and near 800 nm VCSEL arrays with output powers from 100 mW to >10 W peak power, designed for use in consumer electronic applications such as gesture recognition, natural user interfaces, and 3D content creation where near IR illumination is needed. In 3D image sensing the VCSEL arrays provide very low speckle, sub-nanosecond rise and fall times, and >45% electrical-to-optical conversion efficiency. Applications include time-of-flight and structured light. Chip sizes range from 0.5 by 0.5 mm to 3 by 3 mm, depending on output power.

Contact Info

Company: Princeton Optronics Inc.
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 609-584-9696, x-107

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