- Feb 16, 2016
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Those laser diodes look rather nice, too bad they're a tad too low on side of the wavelength but still, I won't complain too much - they're almost true Cyan (not Cyanide green as I originally thought they'd be). I would pick them up once they get in stock.
The last diode of the 5 Paul tested so far is >495nm But I am also looking like you fpr 495nm or higher for scientific purposes.I am sure I will be fine with 490nm - I am kinda hoping for about 495nm (498-493nm Cyanide green color), I will still get the diode even if it doesn't make the cut. It's more of wavelength color collection (of the exotic laser diodes - yellow / orange laser diodes would be neat because they are the unicorn of the laser world).
Do you have a link or two?EDITED: Color me surprised; I decided to google up the yellow laser diodes for sh*t and giggles, apparently they now exist (so do orange laser diodes too). They're more of laboratory curiosity right now until they get pretty good yields on those Indium : Gallium Phosphide laser diodes.
That's great! We could use that kind of information here. I look forward to your results. BTW, I should have the last of these measured for wavelength in a few hours. :thanks:I have a remote controllable Current driver/TEC controller combination. Never used the included script language for ramp generation though, just the basic functions. If it will take to long to understand it, I will make a curve by hand
I believe the yellow diode laser is more than just a laboratory "curiosity". They are used in ophthalmic operations presently.There you go, two links:
First demonstration of InGaP/InAlGaP based orange laser emitting at 608 nm - IET Journals & Magazine
Low-threshold yellow laser diodes