SemiNex Announces 19 Laser Module at Photonics West

SemiNex Corporation is pleased to announce that it will feature a new design at Photonics West, Feb 5 through 7 at Booth # 5286.

SemiNex Corporation is pleased to announce we will be featuring our new 19 laser module at the sold out SPIE Photonics West Conference in San Francisco, California.

“In contrast to the other products in the existing SemiNex MCM family which utilize fiber bundles to achieve high power emission, this module couples our existing InP laser chips with fusion spliced fiber technology and is packaged to maximize efficiency and power requirements,” explains Ed McIntyre, VP of Business Development. “We’re anticipating this product will appeal to hospitals and research institutions; the versatility of wavelength mixing in a single unit provides enormous value.”

Designed to be 2U rack mountable, this high powered unit can produce up to 100W of CW power through the single 600um/0.22NA main output fiber, and allows the consumer to individually control and combine up to 19 lasers at wavelengths from 1250 to 1940nm. Internally mounted TECs are available for each laser diode source allowing for wavelength tuning via temperature. For overall thermal management the device comes with a water cooled chiller plate with inlet and outlet ports for coolant.

Click here to arrange an appointment at the conference with Ed McIntyre, head of Business Development or here to meet with Patrick Dinneen, Lead Applications Engineer.  See you there!

Share our excitement for the show but can’t make it out to San Francisco? You can still participate in our giveaway as seen on – mention “SPIE2019” to receive a unique gift with your next order!

About SemiNex:

SemiNex Corporation designs and manufactures high-power semiconductor lasers for use in military, medical and industrial applications. SemiNex's unique product designs enable lasers with high powers and improved thermal performance. SemiNex diode technology dramatically lowers the cost per watt of laser power, especially compared to alternate technologies such as solid-state lasers and fiber lasers.

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