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New SUPERLUM research to be presented at Photonics West 2020

On February 3, 2020, Superlum will present the results on development of new SLD devices at "Optical Coherence Tomography and Coherence Domain Optical Methods in Biomedicine XXIV" Conference.
In our “High power low coherent light sources based on superluminescent diodes” report we will describe the most recent results on further success in development of a “MOPA-SLD” light sources. “MOPA” configuration allows increasing of output power beyond limits of a single-SLDs, reducing their sensitivity to optical feedback at the same time. Powers of up to 70 mW and spectrum width of up to 50 nm were achieved in AlGaAs MOPA-SLD systems at 840 nm. At 930 nm, spectrum width of 70 nm and power of 50 mW were achieved, too.
In our second report called “Superluminescent diodes of spectral range 730 – 790 nm based on strained SQW heterostructure” we will describe most recent results on development of a wide spectrum SLDs centered around 750-760 nm. Spectrum width of up to 50 nm with output power of 5 mW has been achieved, which is the best combination of output power at 750 nm wavelength. These SLDs may be very useful for further improvement of performance of OCT systems a 750 nm.
Our SLD designers will be present at our booths at BIOS and Photonics West (8481 and 4469 respectively), too, so you can fix the time for additional discussions right now by contacting as at support@superlum.ie.

 
 
OEM-MOPA SLD light sources by SUPERLUM at Photonics West 2020

This year Superlum will start introducing new SLD-based devices, namely OEM-MOPA SLD light sources at different spectral bands. We will announce preliminary information about the devices in San-Francisco; these devices will then soon appear on our commercial product list, like 70 mW/15 nm and 50 mW/40 nm sources around 850 nm, and 50 mW/15 nm and 20 mW/1.5 nm sources at 1065-1075 nm. Sources providing a few nm or a sub-nm wide may be also used as seeders for a high power optical amplifier systems with a nm-like linewidth.
We look forward to seeing you at our Booths at BIOS and Photonics West (8481 and 4469 respectively); in the meantime please feel free to contact us at sales@superlum.ie to set the most convenient meeting date.

 
 
SUPERLUM’s new SLD-uCS at Photonics West 2020

In 2019, Superlum made the next step towards miniaturization of its SLD-based light source modules comprising temperature controlled SLD module and its controller. The new design, SLD-uCS, will be presented at BIOS and Photonics West 2020. Like their previous generation, SLD-mCS, SLD-uCS sources provide the high stability, low noise, high reliability and long life, allowing up to 3 years warranty for certain models.
We look forward to seeing you at our Booths at BIOS and Photonics West (8481 and 4469 respectively); in the meantime please feel free to contact us at sales@superlum.ie to set the most convenient meeting date.

 
 
SUPERLUM’s Broadsweepers at Photonics West 2020
Superlum Broadsweepers at Photonics West 2020

Although SLDs are the main business of Superlum, we also offer tunable/swept lasers called “Broadsweepers”. We introduced the first compact OEM version of such a source at 840 nm with 75 nm tuning/sweeping bandwidth two years ago. At BIOS and Photonics West 2020 we will announce new models centered at 790 nm (55 nm tuning) and 930 nm (110 nm tuning). Combination of such OEM sources at 790, 840 and 930 nm may allow continuous tuning from 770 to 1000 nm with a rate of up to 10,000 nm/s. Such sources may be of a great interest for various applications like optical metrology, sensing, spectroscopy, full-field OCT, and many others.
Come and see these devices in San-Francisco - BiOS booth 8481, PW booth 4469. You are also very welcome to arrange a meeting with us in advance by sending a message to sales@superlum.ie

 
 
SUPERLUM's coaxial "TOSA" packaged SLD series at Photonics West 2020
Superlum - PW

New trends in OCT and fiber optic sensing require reliable low cost SLDs. Superlum is addressing this by development of a coaxial “TOSA” packaged SLD series. Our new TOSA SLDs at 780 nm and 840 nm will be presented at BIOS and Photonics West 2020. Devices provide stable output power of a few mW with a smooth, low rippled, bell-shaped spectrum. We are also working on further extension of TOSA series to spectral bands like 670 nm, 880 nm, and development of a wide spectrum models.
We look forward to seeing you at our booths at BIOS and Photonics West (8481 and 4469 respectively) to discuss our standard products and custom opportunities there, contact us at sales@superlum.ie to fix the meeting time.

 
 
SUPERLUM at SPIE Photonics West 2020
SUPERLUM at SPIE Photonics West 2020

Superlum is proud to announce that in February 2020 we will be making the trip to San-Francisco, California once again to exhibit at the industry leading SPIE BiOS and Photonics West show.
This year we will be bringing 3 brand new products along with us so make sure you stop by our booth 8481 at BiOS and 4469 at Photonics West to let us tell you more about the new devices and discuss the incredible work conducted in the Industry since our previous visit.
You are also very welcome to arrange a meeting with us in advance by sending a message to sales@superlum.ie.

 
 
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