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Date: 17 Sept, 2020
 
Latest Photonics Products
Laser
405-830 nm Gaussian Laser for Life Sciences and Instrumentation Applications

Laser  from OSELA

The True Gaussian Laser (TGL) from OSELA is a Gaussian Laser that operates from 405 to 830 nm. It delivers an output power from 15.35 to 100 mW and has a wavelength drift of 0.25 nm/degree. The laser produces a circular beam that has pointing stability of better than 6 µrad/°C, boresight of under 3 mrad, and a rise/fall time of less than 5µ sec. It requires a DC supply from 5 to 24 V and has a high polarization ratio of 100:1.
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Laser
1074 nm CW/QCW Pulsed Mode Lasers for 2D/3D Cutting & Welding Applications

Laser  from IPG Photonics

The YLS-HPP Series from IPG Photonics are a CW/QCW Pulsed Mode Lasers that operate at 1074 nm. They deliver up to 6 kW of CW power and 10 kW of pulsed power. These lasers have a pulse repetition rate from 50 to 500 Hz and pulse width from 0.2 to 2 ms in the QCW regime. The YLS-HPP Series features a high peak power option which enables the user to run a CW laser in pulsed mode with a two-fold increase in peak power in comparison with CW average power.
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Laser Diode
405 nm Violet Laser Diode for Laser for Photo-lithography and Bio-Medical Applications

Laser Diode  from Ushio Opto Semiconductors

The HL40113MG from Ushio Opto Semiconductors is a Violet Laser Diode that operates at 405 nm. This laser diode delivers a continuous wave (CW) optical output power of 600 mW. It requires a supply voltage of 4.2 V and consumes 500 mA of current. The diode is available in a TO-56 package and is optimized for applications such as laser direct imaging, including photo-lithography and printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturing, as well as many bio-medical and life science fields.
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CMOS Image Sensor
1/3 inch CMOS Digital Image Sensor for HD Video and Surveillance

CMOS Image Sensor  from ON Semiconductor

The AR0130CS from ON Semiconductor is a 1/3 inch CMOS Digital Image Sensor with an active pixel array size of 1280 x 960 (1.2 MP). It captures images with an electronic rolling shutter readout feature and has a pixel size of 3.75 um. The device includes sophisticated camera functions such as auto exposure control, windowing, and both video and single frame modes. It has a frame rate of 45 fps at 1.2 MP and features a monochrome and RGB Bayer color filter array.
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CMOS Image Sensor
16.7 Mega Pixel BSI CMOS Image Sensor for Scientific Imaging Applications

CMOS Image Sensor  from Gpixel Inc.

The GSENSE1516BSI from Gpixel Inc. is a BSI Scientific CMOS Image Sensor. It provides a 4096 x 4096 (16.7MP) resolution with 15 µm x 15 µm pixels, and a large photosensitive area of 61.44 x 61.44 mm. Using the dual-gain HDR mode, an intra-scene dynamic range of over 90 dB is achieved with 134 ke- full well capacity and 4 e- readout noise. This sensor is available in a 323 pins PGA ceramic package with a removable glass lid and is well suited for astronomy and other high-performance life science, X-ray imaging, and scientific imaging applications.
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Laser Diode
Fabry-Perot Quantum Cascade Laser Diode from 4.45 to 4.75 µm

Laser Diode  from Thorlabs Inc

The QF4600T2 from Thorlabs Inc is a Fabry-Perot Quantum Cascade Laser (QCL) Diode from 4.45 to 4.75 µm. This single-spatial-mode laser delivers a maximum output power of up to 500 mW. It has a parallel beam divergence angle of 30 degrees and a perpendicular beam divergence angle of 40 degrees. This laser diode is available in a TO-9 package and can operate over a temperature range from 15 to 50°C.
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Latest Photonics News
Samsung Unveils New 0.7µm-Pixel ISOCELL Image Sensors to Enable Ultra-High Resolutions Offerings in Smartphones
Samsung Unveils New 0.7µm-Pixel ISOCELL Image Sensors to Enable Ultra-High Resolutions Offerings in Smartphones

Samsung Semiconductors

Samsung Electronics has introduced four new Samsung ISOCELL image sensors for its 0.7 micrometer (µm)-pixel product line-up; the 108-megapixel (Mp) ISOCELL HM2, the 64Mp ISOCELL GW3, the 48Mp ISOCELL GM5 and the 32Mp ISOCELL JD1. With the new 0.7µm ISOCELL technology, Samsung plans to expand the ultra-high-resolution offerings to mainstream smartphones.
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AMF, DenseLight Semiconductors to Jointly Develop Silicon Photonics Solutions with Integrated InP Lasers
AMF, DenseLight Semiconductors to Jointly Develop Silicon Photonics Solutions with Integrated InP Lasers

DenseLight Semiconductors

Advanced Micro Foundry Pte Ltd (AMF), a leading commercial pure-play Silicon specialty foundry and DenseLight Semiconductor Pte Ltd, a vertically integrated end to end Indium Phosphide (InP) laser light solutions provider, have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding to jointly develop Silicon Photonics Solutions with integrated lasers.
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Osram Opto Introduces Next Gen High-Quality LEDs for the Automotive Sector
Osram Opto Introduces Next Gen High-Quality LEDs for the Automotive Sector

OSRAM

In its latest bid to further optimize high-quality LED solutions for the automotive sector, Osram Opto Semiconductors has introduced a new generation of 1 to 4-chip versions in the Oslon Compact PL product family. Like their predecessors, the ceramic components have an electrically insulated pad that makes it much easier to dissipate heat from the package.
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OptoKnowledge Announces New Spinoff Company for Hollow Fibers and Laser Spectroscopy
OptoKnowledge Announces New Spinoff Company for Hollow Fibers and Laser Spectroscopy

OptoKnowledge

Leading spectroscopy and imaging solutions provider, OptoKnowledge, has announced the spun-off of its hollow fiber business into a new company – Guiding Photonics LLC. OptoKnowledge is a research and development company with a wide breadth of technologies focused on spectroscopy and imaging. This includes continued development of unique, proprietary plastic fibers, single-mode fibers, fiber bundles, and optical assemblies.
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Researchers Announce Breakthrough in Miniaturizing Light-Based Chips
Researchers Announce Breakthrough in Miniaturizing Light-Based Chips

University of Rochester

Researchers at the University of Rochester have demonstrated a new way to control light as it moves through integrated circuits, paving a research avenue in communications, computing, and photonics research.Photonic integrated circuits that use light instead of electricity for computing and signal processing promise greater speed, increased bandwidth, and greater energy efficiency than traditional circuits using electricity.
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