RGBLase Announces Latest Free Space Laser Module

RGBLase LLC, a leading manufacturer for OEM laser modules and photonic total solution provider, today announced the introduction of a new product family: the FreeBeam series of free space semiconductor laser module. The FreeBeam series combines high performance semiconductor laser diode, optical collimation and beam correction system, high efficiency temperature control electronics, laser power monitoring and laser diode drive electronics into a compact size.

The first high volume products available are the FreeBeam 405, a 405nm violet laser diode module with output power from 10mW up to 185mW, and FreeBeam 532, a 532nm Green laser diode module with output power from 10mW up to 100mW. Other laser wavelength at 445nm, 473nm, 635nm and 639nm are also available. The complete FreeBeam laser module product line will cover UV, violet, blue, green, red and near infrared wavelength range and include polarization maintaining fiber, single mode fiber and multi-mode fiber coupling options.

The FreeBeam laser diode module have a compact size of 100mm(L)X44mm(W)X38.5mm(H) and coming with a separated AC-DC power supply with input voltage range from AC 80V ~ 240V. A Ten pin connector on the back panel allow you control the laser optical power remotely through a DC voltage continues and monitor the key laser parameters such as laser output power stability and laser current in real time. The SAM connector on the back panel allows you modulate the laser beam with TTL signal up to 20 KHz.

The FreeBeam series laser diode modules are at very competitive price and they are ideal laser source for spectroscopy, confocal microscopy, printing, optical data storage, DNA sequencing and more other industry applications.

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