2μm Nanosecond Fiber Laser
Powerwave 2000-ns is a highly versatile 2um nanosecond pulsed fiber laser for scientific and industrial applications. The laser features modular design and undergoes stringent industrial reliability tests. Typical output specifications of the series include a selectable center wavelength in the range of 1900~2000nm, kHz to MHz repetition rate, and a maximum output power of 10W / pulse energy of 10uJ. Powerwave 2000-ns is an excellent choice for pumping Mid-IR supercontinuum, and can be used in emerging industrial processings.
2000 nm Narrow Linewidth Fiber Laser
Ultraline 2000 is a 2000nm CW fiber laser source with high reliability and narrow line spectral width. It is widely used in MIR laser generation, spectroscopy analysis, non-linear optics and other research areas. The laser can be used with TDFA and TDFA HP to generate higher power.
2000 nm Widely Tunable Fiber Laser
Supertune-2000 is a super-continuum laser specially designed for the testing of optical components made for 2um wavelength. Supertune-2000 covers wavelength range of 1900~2500nm, with good price-performance ratio, and bridged a gap in MIR and LIR wavelength range, which current MIR super-continuum laser can’t cover. Supertune-2000 can be also combined with TDFAs to achieve higher power output. Supertune-2000 is widely used in the testing of passive-fiber, optical coating, optical detectors and integrated optical parts. With the simple and smart design, it is a good platform for applications such industrial detection, optical testing and optical imaging.
2000 nm High-power CW Fiber Laser
PowerWave 2000 is a high-power 2000nm CW fiber laser developed NPI Lasers. The laser has an operating wavelength range of 1900nm~2050nm, single-mode output with CW output power of up to 30W. It has an excellent near diffraction limit beam. PowerWave 2000 is an ideal choice for transparent plastic welding using materials such as PMMA and PC/ABS for biomedical applications. It can also be used as the pump source for MIR lasers in scientific research.