Optical light source

May 1, 1998

Optical light source

The fls-2100 is a benchtop optical light source with output power of 0 dBm for a single-wavelength laser. It features variable output power over a range of 10 dB (laser) and 6 dB (light-emitting diode). Both versions can be stepped up in 0.1-dB increments. The light source comes in a single- or dual-wavelength led and as a Fabry-Perot laser. A distributed-feedback laser is also available.

exfo Electro-Optical Engineering Inc.

Vanier, QC, Canada

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