The 1X2 1310/1550nm CWDM wavelength WDM Wavelength Division Multiplexer is designed to combine light from two inputs into a single fiber. This WDM is designed for 1310 nm and 1550 nm wavelengths. Like all fused fiber devices, it is bidirectional: it can be used to split two wavelengths from a single input into two outputs. we can also provide other CWDM(1270nm to 1610nm) wavelengths WDM.
0.3mm Active Area InGaAs photodiodes for near-infrared light detection. Features include high speed, high sensitivity, low noise, and spectral responses ranging from 1100nm to 1650nm Suitable for a wide range of applications including optical communication, analysis, and measurement.
The 1653.7nm 13mW DFB TO-CAN Laser Diode For CH4 Sensing delivers reliable,Stable wavelength and high power output,With collimating lens. This single longitudinal mode laser is designed specifically for gas sensing applications targeting Methane(CH4). The narrow linewidth output improves application performance across a wide range of operating conditions.
The 450nm 10W Multimode Fiber Coupled Laser Diode offer up to 10W output power from a 106um fiber. The diode laser maintains its unparalleled reliability and efficiency by coupling high-brightness, high-power single-emitter diodes with a proprietary optical design for efficient fiber coupling.
The 1100nm-1650nm Coaxial Pigtail Ingaas Photodiode employs a small, coaxial package and InGaAs detector chip. It features a very low power consumption, a small dark current, low return loss, good flexibility, great linearity, compact design, small volume, high reliability, and long service life. This product series is most often used in CATV receivers, in optical signal receivers in analog systems, and power detectors.
The 1064nm Single Mode Fiber Coupled DFB Laser Diode utilizes a planar construction with chip on subcarrier. The high power chip is hermetically sealed in a epoxy-free and flux-free 14-pin butterfly package and fitted with a thermistor, thermoelectric cooler, and monitor diode. This 1064nm DFB laser diode provides a noise-free narrowband spectrum, even under changes in temperature, drive current, and optical feedback. Wavelength selection is available for applications that require the highest performance in spectrum control with the highest available powers.