Spectroscopic laser diodes are key components in analyzers based on tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy (TDLAS). VCSELs and DFB lasers are available for delivery.
Single-mode DFB laser diodes from the Heinrich Hertz Institute for Communication.
The proven cooperation between LASER COMPONENTS and the Heinrich Hertz Institute for Communication has reached a new level of quality during the past year. In a joint effort, the two have committed themselves to the goal of providing users in research facilities and in production with the "somewhat special flavor” of DFB lasers ranging from 1250 – 1850 nm. With the help of LASER COMPONENTS’ worldwide distribution network, customers on almost all continents have been found and reached. Particularly noteworthy is the strong standing in North America. There are also technical advancements. The wavelength range that is currently available has been increased step by step, first to 1680 nm and then to 1850 nm.
In addition to approved configurations for free-emission experiments with and without Peltier coolers, a module version with single mode coupling is also available. As a user-friendly, "stand-alone” version that does not require mounting on circuit boards or heat sinks, this module is particularly well suited for prototypes and laboratory experiments.
Many wavelengths have been added to the SPECDILAS series of single mode DFB lasers for spectroscopic applications. Applications include, among others, molecular spectroscopy.