Lumics, founded in 2000 and headquartered in Berlin, is a global key player for design and manufacturing of high power diode lasers. Own in-house capabilities range from chip level up to fiber-coupled diode laser modules and complete system solutions based on single emitter technology.
The product range comprises multi & single mode diode lasers from 670nm to 1940nm. The LuOcean series offers the widest choice of both single and multiple wavelengths, sensors and accessories with fiber-coupled output powers from 1W up to 600W. Proprietary driver boards and heat management solutions complement the offering.
Other industry standard solutions include 2-pin TO packages up to 10W and single mode 14-pin BTF packages up to 1.2W (peak power).
All lasers are field proven and 100% individually tested. Additional features allow for perfect adaptation to numerous applications in Medical & Life Sciences, Material Processing, Analytics, Sensing, Metrology, Seeding, Pumping, Illumination, and many more.
Diode laser modules in the NIR, fiber coupled, single or multi mode
Wavelength range 670nm – 1940nm direct diode.
Power single mode up to 1200mW peak or multi mode 1W --> 600W freely scalable.
High reliability: MTTF >100.000 hrs, maintenance free.
Superior quality: ISO 9001:2015 certified in-house production.
Own chip and module fab in Berlin/Germany.
Ultra-compact LuOcean™ Mini4 and Mini8 models offer powers up to 70W respectively 130W. Available standard wavelengths include 670, 760, 785, 808, 915, 940, 975, 1064, 1470 and 1940nm. More wavelengths on request.
Particular interest finds 1940nm with powers up to 6W respectively 12W ex fiber.
Up to 4 wavelengths possible in one device yet individually controllable.
Freely selectable features (pilot beam, power monitor, fiber and temperature sensor). Two-fold possible for redundancy purposes.
Phone: +49 30 912074400
Fax: +49 30 912074426
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