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r34p3rex

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Can someone point me towards a company that offers a fiber coupled 10W+ 630-660nm laser? Budget is <$5000. I've seen IPG Photonic's Red raman fiber laser but looking to see if there's anything else out there.

Thanks in advance!
 

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Can someone point me towards a company that offers a fiber coupled 10W+ 630-660nm laser? Budget is <$5000. I've seen IPG Photonic's Red raman fiber laser but looking to see if there's anything else out there.

Thanks in advance!

What is the application? I can't find anything fibre coupled above 7 Watts for that wavelength range.
 

r34p3rex

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What is the application? I can't find anything fibre coupled above 7 Watts for that wavelength range.
Yea I'm having a hard time finding anything else. I contacted CNI and they make an OEM module with fiber output for around $6500. This is for an experimental skin treatment device we are developing.

Do you know the fiber size you want?
We'd like a max of 400um, although the design can be modified to accomadate something larger.
 

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Yea I'm having a hard time finding anything else. I contacted CNI and they make an OEM module with fiber output for around $6500. This is for an experimental skin treatment device we are developing.



We'd like a max of 400um, although the design can be modified to accomadate something larger.
To be honest, I don't think you'll be able to find anything at that power level with that budget. I can't even find anything at those powers that isn't a custom build. Even just finding bare diodes at those powers is proving to be difficult. The highest I've seen is 8 Watts at 638nm for a conduction cooled package diode - Fibre insertion losses would take you down in power a fair chunk too.
 

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This is for an experimental skin treatment device we are developing.
I checked Mitsi diodes. They have 0.5 W and some experimental 1.8 W. That would take a lot of diodes to get to >7 W (meaning $$$). However, they can produce more power [almost double] if modulated. Can your treatment done with pulsed lasers?
 

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To be honest, I don't think you'll be able to find anything at that power level with that budget. I can't even find anything at those powers that isn't a custom build. Even just finding bare diodes at those powers is proving to be difficult. The highest I've seen is 8 Watts at 638nm for a conduction cooled package diode - Fibre insertion losses would take you down in power a fair chunk too.
Yea that's what I figured. I did find a CNI 7W module for $6200 though. We may push into the 808nm range.. way easier to get a ton of power out of NIR. Thanks anyway!

I checked Mitsi diodes. They have 0.5 W and some experimental 1.8 W. That would take a lot of diodes to get to >7 W (meaning $$$). However, they can produce more power [almost double] if modulated. Can your treatment done with pulsed lasers?
Ideally we would need to be as close to CW as possible for our technique - but I will look into pulsing a lower power source. Thanks!
 

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Yea that's what I figured. I did find a CNI 7W module for $6200 though. We may push into the 808nm range.. way easier to get a ton of power out of NIR. Thanks anyway!



Ideally we would need to be as close to CW as possible for our technique - but I will look into pulsing a lower power source. Thanks!

If you can use IR then you will have no problem finding 10W Fibre Coupled at 808nm, or even more power than that.
 




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