OVERVIEW OF FIBER LASER SYSTEMS
Lasermate Group, Inc. offers
fiber lasers in wavelengths of 532nm, 1550nm and 1064nm for various
applications. Different from fiber coupled lasers, the fiber laser
is a variation of the standard diode pumped solid-state laser where
laser light is emitted by a dopant, such as ytterbium and erbium, in
the central core of the fiber. Our 1550nm fiber laser is in single
longitudinal and polarized mode. Pulsed mode up to 1MHz moulation and pulse
duration variation are also available.
The fiber host used in fiber
laser is usually silica lass with a rare earth dopant, such as ytterbium and
erbium, in the core. The Ytterbium dopant fiber lasers have center
wavelengths from 1030nm to 1100nm. The Erbium dopant fiber lasers emit
wavelengths from 1530nm to 1620nm.
Fiber lasers are used in
applications of scientific research, life science, material
processing, microelectronics, interference, military defense, laser
marking, medical cosmetology, LIDAR, wind sensing, security, etc.
They are also widely used in communication, radar, optical
instrument, interference, medical cosmetology, holography, spectrum
analysis, measurement, pump source, physics experiments, etc.
High frequency, all
polarization single frequency mode, high power, picosecond