Collimators are used to produce parallel beams. Fibre collimators provide the best possible coupling of light into and out of a fibre, respectively.
Fibre collimators are used to couple light into and out of optical fibres.
Laser Components has a variety of collimators available that are produced in house.
By adjusting the lens position, the collimators can be focused without a problem. Additionally, very different housings and lens variations are available which allow the wavelength and focus length to be optimally adapted to suit a variety of applications. Through fixed, integrated connector jacks, our collimators can be optimally connected to SMA or FC patch cables. A CO2 version of these collimators is also available.
With the fibre collimators offered by Agiltron an output power of up to 100 W can be transmitted in an SM, PM, or MM fibre. In addition, they feature a low insertion loss, a beam diameter of 0.5 to 15 mm, and a large operating distance of > 100 m.
The coupling units developed by Laser Components for the UV-NIR and CO2 wavelengths can also be used in reverse direction as collimators.