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.
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.
VCSEL in the visible wavelength range at 670 nm.