SemiNex introduces 25 watt multi-chip laser module at 14xx & 15xx

Peabody, MA, April 15, 2010 – SemiNex Corporation introduces a family of fiber-coupled multi-chip laser diode modules with output power up to 25 watts at 1470, 1532, and 1550 nm wavelengths.   The multi-chip module provides a ready-to-integrate solution for medical, military/aerospace, communications, and LIDAR laser applications that require 10 to 25 watts of power.

The module features a power conversion efficiency of 30% watts/amp, reducing electrical and thermal system requirements.  It is configured with 3 to 7 diodes whose output is combined into a fiber bundle and is equipped with a 650 nm wavelength aiming beam.  Other infrared wavelengths in the 1300 to 1600 nm range are available upon request.

About SemiNex

SemiNex Corporation aims to fundamentally transform key industries by displacing conventional laser technology with super-high-power semiconductor diode lasers.  SemiNex enables cost-effective laser applications by providing better semiconductor laser performance and efficiency while drastically reducing the laser size and power consumption.  This enables lasers to be used more broadly in high-volume applications for medical, military and free space optical communications systems. For more information, see or contact David Bean at

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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