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Fiber-Coupled Green Laser

  
San Jose, Calif., November 6, 2006 – Pavilion Integration Corp. (PIC), a
manufacturer of high performance laser sources, announced that it is expanding
its WhisperIT™ product line by adding a fiber-coupled version of its miniature
532-nm laser module.
The new fibercoupled version is housed in the same compact package as the
free-space version, with a hard-wired fiber pigtail output format. This highly reliable,
field-proven module meets or exceeds stringent customer   requirements for low
noise, excellent beam quality and highly stable output power, as well as long life.
Additionally, it has very fast warm-up time, dissipates very little heat, and is highly
cost-effective. The fiber-coupled version is provided with standard single-mode fiber
with output power levels available up to 30 mW. Single-mode PM fiber-coupled and
Multi-mode fiber-coupled options are available. An FC/PC connector is the standard
fiber termination, however other common connector types can be provided instead.
Also available is the FRH (Fiber Remote  Head) option that adds APC (Automatic
Power Control) at the fiber output end face, to provide the highest possible output
power stability.
The PIC fiber-coupled WhisperIT™ 532 nm laser is ideally suited for
instrumentation,reprographics, metrology and inspection customers. In particular,
this version provides the highest possible beam pointing stability,since once the
distal end of the fiber is firmly mounted there is essentially no motion of the output
beam with time or ambient changes.Also, this version enables a new generation of
highly compact and stable instruments, since the laser source can be placed
anywhere within the instrument chassis. In addition, this allows the heat dissipated
by the laser head to be separated from finely aligned optical trains. Like others in
the WhisperIT™ family, it is a fully integrated, full-time lownoise, CW solidstate
laser.It is packaged in an identical housing design to the other wavelengths. A
range of single and multi- wavelength versions with free-space or fibercoupled
output formats are available.