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Keopsys to Showcase Pulsed Fiber Lasers and Amplifiers at Photonics West 2011

Keopsys, manufacturer of fiber-optic components, announced that it will exhibit new devices for optical communication systems at the Photonics West 2011 Expo that will be held in California from 25 to 27 January 2011.

The new products include a compact multiport high power fiber amplifier, a 1550 nm compact high power single frequency laser, a 532 nm green compact pulsed fiber laser, a 2000 nm compact pulsed fiber laser, a 1064 nm compact pulsed fiber laser, and a 1550 nm high power compact pulsed fiber laser.

Fiber Laser Solution

Keopsys develops a diverse large of custom and standard lasers and optical fiber amplifiers for military, material processing, spectroscopy, remote sensing, component testing, and CATV applications. High level of output powers are attained by utilizing double cladding fibers that are pumped by using broad stripe diodes.

Keopsys manufactures optical and laser products and include pulsed optical and continuous wave solutions at 532 nm, 2 µm, 1.5 µm, and 1 µm. It also develops thulium fiber amplifiers, erbium-ytterbium fiber amplifiers, Raman fiber lasers, and ytterbium fiber amplifiers. The lasers feature high power density and provide high optical power in very less congestion. Enhanced beam quality of the lasers makes them maintenance-free


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