VCSELs. Vertical cavity surface emitting lasers are inexpensive lasers with low power consumption. They are used in absorption spectroscopy, optical PC mouse applications, and data transmission in optical fibers.
VCSELs with wavelengths between 670 nm and 980 nm and a data rate of up to 10 Gb/s. They are particularly well suited for applications in telecommunications and sensor technology.
Single-mode VCSEL at 760 and 948 nm
Large production quantities allow for the replacement of an LED by a single-mode laser.
Single-mode VCSELs are key components in the manufacture of miniaturized rubidium or cesium atomic clocks. The idea is a wrist-worn atomic clock based on MEMS technology.
An alternative application that, until now, could only be served by an HeNe laser.