Fabry-Pérot Lasers: High-Power Option

nanoplus offers a high-power option for Fabry-Pérot lasers from 1950 nm to 2350 nm.
Further wavelengths are available on request.

Key features of nanoplus high-power Fabry-Pérot laser diodes

  • high-power
  • continuous wave
  • custom wavelengths
  • room temperature
  • spectral multimode

Why choose nanoplus high-power Fabry-Pérot laser diodes

  • precise selection of target wavelength
  • typically 1000 mW output power
  • small size
  • robust packaging
  • high efficiency
  • long-term stability

For more than 20 years nanoplus has been the technology leader for lasers in gas sensing. We produce lasers at large scale at our own fabrication sites in Gerbrunn and Meiningen. nanoplus cooperates with the leading system integrators in the TDLAS based analyzer industry. More than 30,000 installations worldwide prove the reliability of nanoplus lasers.

Quick description of nanoplus Fabry-Pérot laser technology

nanoplus uses a unique and patented technology for Fabry-Pérot laser manufacturing. We follow a ridge waveguide approach, which is independent of the material system.

Related Information for nanoplus high-power FP laser diodes between 1950 nm and 2350 nm

Specifications

Mountings & Accessories

The following table summarizes the typical specifications of a high-power Fabry-Pérot laser in the 1950 nm to 2350 nm range:

parameters (T = 25 °C)symbolunitminimumtypicalmaximum
operating wavelength (at Top, Iop)λopnm-20specify+20
optical output power (at λop) PopmW1000
operating currentIopmA5000
operating voltageVopV2.5
threshold currentIthmA300
operating chip temperature*Top°C+15+20+40
storage temperature*TS°C-40+20+80

* non-condensing

nanoplus Fabry-Pérot lasers show outstanding spectral and electrical properties. They are demonstrated in figures 1 and 2. Click on the graphics to enlarge.

Figure 1: Spectrum of a nanoplus 2145 nm high-power FP laser diode
Figure 1: Spectrum of a nanoplus 2145 nm high-power FP laser diode
Figure 2: Power, voltage and current characteristics of a nanoplus 2145 nm high-power FP laser diode
Figure 2: Power, voltage and current characteristics of a nanoplus 2145 nm high-power FP laser diode

For a low power version, please refer to our standard Fabry-Pérot lasers in this range.

If you are uncertain whether you require a Fabry-Pérot laser, compare the specifications with our Distributed Feedback Lasers or contact us.

Mounting for high-power Fabry-Pérot lasers

Please click on the mounting for detailed specifications and dimensions.

Submount with
AlN carrier
without TEC
or NTC
Submount with AlN carrier without TEC or NTC

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