Products – Single-mode Laser Diodes

Innolume offers a broad portfolio of high power, spatial single-mode laser diodes of any wavelength in the 780nm to 1340nm range. Devices are available either packaged in a 9-mm TO-can with a free-space beam or as a single-mode or polarization maintaining (PM) fiber coupled standard 14-pin butterfly package.

Laser modules with PM fiber provide Polarization Extinction Ratio (PER) of typically >18dB. The fiber coupled laser diodes may be configured to operate in CW (up to 600mW) or in pulsed mode and may optionally be equipped with a Fiber Bragg Grating (FBG) for spectrum stabilization.

Especially designed for seeding application, Innolume pulse laser diode features up to 1.2W of low noise peak optical power, broadened spectrum allows to suppress Stimulated Brillouin Scattering (SBS) in high power fiber lasers.

Each laser diode product line has passed a qualification procedure to prove high reliability. All supplied lasers pass an individual screening procedure and are accompanied by a detailed outgoing inspection report.

Any customized wavelength from the 780-1330 nm range is possible. Please, contact us for the details.

Typical output power of Single-mode Laser Diodes

Wavelength, nmCW
FAFF* 32 degFAFF* 20 deg
900250mW
945250mW
970250mW
976250mW
984250mW
100500mW
1010500mW
1025500mW
1030500mW
1040500mW
1050500mW500mW
1060500mW500mW
1064500mW500mW
1075500mW500mW
1080500mW500mW
1085500mW500mW
1090500mW500mW
1100500mW500mW
1113500mW500mW
1120500mW500mW
1122500mW500mW
1123500mW500mW
1124500mW500mW
1130300mW
1140300mW
1160300mW
1170300mW
1178300mW
1180300mW
1188300mW
1200300mW
1210300mW
1240300mW
1244300mW
1260300mW
1270300mW
1280300mW
1295300mW
1309300mW
1310300mW
1340300mW

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The difference between a single mode laser and multi-mode laser

Laser diodes offer a variety of functions as well as specifications: They can either operate in multi-mode, in which the laser light of several different oscillation modes is projected simultaneously, or in single mode, which uses only one oscillation mode. The latter one offers not only point symmetry, but also an excellent TEM00 beam profile. Due to this, the single mode laser diode is frequently used in applications such as sensors as well as optical disc drives.

The beam of a single mode laser is concentrated in a single point. This beam allows finer and higher quality marking than a multi-mode beam, since the multi-mode laser has an uneven power distribution.

Advantages and disadvantages of single mode laser diodes

The energy of the single-mode laser diode is highly collimated: After the same laser power is focused by the same optical device, the energy of the single mode laser at the focal point is much higher than the energy of the multi-mode laser. Comparing the beam quality, the diameter of the focal point, the divergence, and the power density of the focal point, single mode lasers perform better than multi-mode lasers regarding these specifications.

However, the single mode laser also has some disadvantages compared to the multi-mode laser: Conventional single mode lasers contain a very thin fiber core and as a result, the nonlinear effect of the single mode laser is relatively large. In addition, the single mode laser does not support the transmission of multiple modes simultaneously.

More than just light – Innolume’s single mode laser diodes

If you are looking for highly efficient single mode laser diodes or other innovative products, Innolume is your ideal partner. We provide you with the suitable solution for every demand.

For further information regarding our single mode laser technology, product samples or any other questions, feel free to contact us directly! Our in-house experts will provide technical advice and help you to find a solution for your issue.