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Microprocessor Controlled, Ultra Stable Laser Module with Fiber Coupled Output

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IQu4C (Configurable Platform)

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Microprocessor Controlled, Ultra Stable Laser Module with Fiber Coupled Output
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The IQµ4C microprocessor controlled module offers precise control over crucial operating parameters by two methods: an on-board, menu driven, local control or a Windows compatible control and monitoring software via USB ( Universal Serial Bus) or an RS-232 interface. The module is available with multiple wavelengths ranging from 375nm to 1600nm inside the same module package. Various laser diodes with couplied fiber optics are available in this model. With output powers of <1mW to 1W and ambient operating temperatures of 0 to 40° C, the module performs extremely well in numerous applications. Some of the applications that can benefit from the reliability, controllability and stability of the IQµ include flow cytometry, laser-induced fluorescence, bioanalysis, interferometry, raman spectroscopy, interferometry, high resolution printing, and microscopy.

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Package 14 PIN BF
Minimum Wavelength (in nm) 375
Max Wavelength (in nm) 1600
Operating Mode CW
Minimum Power (in mW) .01
Max Power (in mW) 1200
Power Stability Over Temp. Range <2%
Noise RMS(10Hz-5MHz) <0.1%
Max Laser Drive Current 1200
Rise/fall times - analog (ns) N.A.
Rise/fall times - digital (ns) N.A.
Max Modulation Rate Digital (MHz) N.A.
Max Modulation Rate Analog N.A.
Modulation Signal CW
Modulation Input Impedance (ohms) N.A.
Propagation Delay (ns) N.A.
Beam Shape Elliptical or Circular
User Focusable Yes
Polarization Ratio >100:1 at 100% power
Beam Pointing Stability <6µRad/°C
Operating Temp Range (celsius) 5 - 40°
Temperature Stability (celsius) 0.01
Operating Voltage (VDC) 5 - 13
Max Operating Current (mA) 3000
Weight 1.0000
Module Dimensions (Inch / mm) 1.50x 7.52

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