Violet-375 Near-UV Laser Diode Module - Features and Specification of Violet-375 Near-UV Laser Diode Module

Lasers distributed by Scitec Instruments include diode and diode pumped solid state (DPSS) laser. These lasers are intended for applications in industry, science and entertainment.

Scitec Instruments offers a wide range of diode and DPSS laser modules from Oxxius, Z-Lasers, IDT Laser and Photonic Products.

Violet-375 Near-UV Laser Diode Module

The Violet-375 from Oxxius offers a collimated optical beam in a compact radial package. Advanced electronics ensure precise temperature and power control, maximizing diode lifetime.

The output power can be adjusted manually or modulated through analog and TTL controls. Its power stability and lownoise characteristics make it ideal for a wide range of applications, namely in fluorescence and sensing. In addition, its compactness allows for easy integration in a variety of environments.

The Oxxius Violet-375 is available in a “Plug & Play” version, compliant with CE and CDRH safety standards, and including a universal power supply. An “OEM” version for system integrators requires a 5V power supply. Holding brackets to help attach the module to a base plate are delivered with each laser.

Features of Violet-375 Near-UV Laser Diode Module

Features of Violet-375 Near-UV Laser Diode Module include:

  • Compact collimated laser diode module
  • Combines power stability and low noise
  • Power controllable up to 15 mW
  • Driver electronics and cooling integrated in the module

Optical Properties of Violet-375 Near-UV Laser Diode Module

The table below highlights the optical properties of Violet-375 Near-UV Laser Diode Module

Optical Parameters Min. Normal Max. Units Conditions
Wavelength 370 375 380 nm multi-frequency emission
CW power   15   mW  
Power stability     +/-1 % over 8 hours and ± 3 K
Optical noise     1 % rms, 10 Hz - 2 MHz
Beam diameter (elliptical)1   1.5 x 2.5   mm at 50 mm from aperture
Beam divergence (elliptical)1     0.6 mrad 1/e2, full angle, in far fie

1Due to the uncorrected ellipticity of the laser diode, the beam will evolve or can be focused onto a near circular spot.

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