Yenista Optics offers 1240- to 1700-nm tunable lasers

March 4, 2013
Fiber-optic test and measurement equipment specialist Yenista Optics will unveil new additions to its TUNICS T100S-HP high-power tunable laser family this month at OFC/NFOEC in Anaheim, CA.
Fiber-optic test and measurement equipment specialist Yenista Optics will unveil new additions to its TUNICS T100S-HP high-power tunable laser family this month at OFC/NFOEC in Anaheim, CA. The new members bring the T100S-HP portfolio to six tunable lasers. For easy identification, the lasers have been named after the wavelength tuning bands they cover:
  • /O+ for 1240 – 1380 nm
  • /O for 1260 – 1360 nm
  • /ES for 1340 – 1520 nm`
  • /SCL for 1440 – 1640 nm
  • /CL for 1500 – 1630 nm
  • /CLU for 1500 – 1700 nm.

The /O and /CL lasers feature 10-dBm minimum output power and are dedicated to the main telecom applications. The /O+, /ES, /SCL, and /CLU lasers have 8-dBm minimum output power and support the largest wavelength ranges available on the market, making it possible to cover the full telecom wavelength band from 1240 to 1700 nm at 8 dBm with just the /O+, /ES and /CLU lasers.

“We managed to implement important innovations that enabled us to extend the wavelength range and to increase the output power without any compromise on other specifications of the T100S,” said Michiel van der Keur, Yenista’s CEO. “With the TUNICS T100S-HP portfolio, we offer the most advanced and cost-effective solution for all R&D and manufacturing environments.”

The /O and /CL models are available now; the /O+, /ES, /SCL and /CLU lasers start shipping in May.

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