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    1. Precision Power Control in Electro-Optics

      Precision Power Control in Electro-Optics
      As new laser devices become available, their complexity is met with increasingly sophisticated electronics that allow continuous refinement of precision. As optical systems mature, new processes and procedures are made possible. These include: lasers in medical diagnostic and treatment equipment (e.g. Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)), increased sensitivity for environmental monitoring equipment, or spectroscopic analysis of pollutants at ppb levels. This article briefly exposes the design complexities of fiber laser systems used in materials processing. Compared to solid-state laser systems, fiber laser packages can deliver equivalent power in a smaller spot size, from a more compact package, with higher efficiency ...
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    2. Light Sources Demonstrate Low Power Dissipation

      Light Sources Demonstrate Low Power Dissipation
      Functioning over an operating temperature from 10°C to 40°C, EXALOS’ EBS4000-0000 and EBS8000-000 stabilized broadband light sources exhibit power dissipation of ~5 W for each superluminescent LED inside. The 200 mm × 160 mm × 124 mm 2 kg EBS4000-0000 incorporates up to 4 superluminescent LEDs over a single output, and the 200 mm × 290 mm × 124 mm 3 kg EBS8000-0000 integrates up to 8 superluminescent LEDs over up to 8 outputs. The turnkey devices offer input power from 100 VAC to 240 VAC at 50 Hz to 60 Hz, a FC/APC optical connector, a touchscreen, and a painted ...
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    3. Turnkey Devices Incorporate SLED Technology

      Performing in laboratory applications, Exalos’ EBS4000-0000 and EBS8000-0000 turnkey devices with touchscreens enable the use of superluminescent light emitting diode (SLED) technology. The EBS4000-0000 can utilize up to 4 different SLEDs, and the EBS8000-0000 can utilize up to 8 ones with availability as single- or multiple-port optical outputs. The SLEDs offer wavelengths from 650 nm to 1,600 nm and output powers from 1 mW to 25 mW, depending on wavelength. Applications include fiber optic sensing, optical coherence tomography, and optical metrology.
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