Lumics offers 980-nm pump laser with 400-mW power

September 30, 2004 Berlin, Germany -- Lumics GmbH, manufacturer of pump laser modules and laser chips, today announced the availability of the LU0980M330 pump laser modules with kink-free power up to 400 mW and operating power of up to 330 mW.

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September 30, 2004 Berlin, Germany -- Lumics GmbH, manufacturer of pump laser modules and laser chips, today announced the availability of the LU0980M330 pump laser modules with kink-free power up to 400 mW and operating power of up to 330 mW.

Lumics has introduces the new cooled 980-nm pump laser module in a standard, low profile, 14-pin butterfly package. The device is wavelength stabilized with a fiber Bragg grating (FBG). The fiber type is specified with Corning Puremode HI1060.

The pump laser is designed for use in amplifiers deployed in high-speed optical telecommunications networks. The new generation of high power modules allows a more cost-effective amplifier design. The LU0980M330 includes a TEC cooled with a low package profile dimension. The maximum operating current (at Pop = 330 mW) is 590 mA with a very low forward voltage of 1.7 V. The threshold current is specified at typically 45 mA. The spectral width at Pop with FBG is a maximum of 2 nm. The high performance of the device is based on Lumics propriety chip technology, which the company claims ensures very high reliability with a breakthrough in laser facet passivation.

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The 980-nm LU0980M330 pump laser module is available in a standard 14-pin butterfly package.
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