nLight has introduced highly doped, photodarkening resistant ytterbium fibres, featuring absorption at 920nm up to 60 per cent higher than conventional fibres
nLIGHT has released its Pearl fibre-coupled diode laser products specifically designed for industrial applications such as plastic welding and soldering that require bright power in a small, rugged package.
nLight has expanded its Pearl solid-state laser platform into wavelengths 879 to 888nm, with electrical-optical efficiency greater than 50 per cent, and power levels up to 100W.
nLight has released its very large mode area (LMA), low numerical aperture (NA), all erbium fibres manufactured using its Direct Nanoparticle Deposition (DND) active fibre production technology.
nLIGHT has released a generation of 1,400nm to 2,000nm semiconductor laser diodes based on indium phosphide (InP).
nLight has released version 4.0 of the Liekki Application Designer (LAD). LAD is a design tool for high-power applications providing a platform for simulating and optimising fibre amplifiers and fibre laser systems.
nLight Corporation has extended its Summit QCW laser product family to wavelengths from 1.3µm to 2.1µm.
nLight has extended the performance of its high-power long wavelength semiconductor laser diodes ranging from 1.4 to 2.1µm.
nLight's Pearl product series now produces up to 100W out of 400ìm 0.22NA fibre, and 40W out of 200ìm 0.15NA fibre, both with greater than 50 per cent wall-plug efficiency.
nLight has introduced its new Pearl product platform, a high-power fibre-coupled module. The architecture cleverly uses multiple high-power AuSn-bonded, facet-passivated, high-efficiency single emitters that are spatially combined into a single fibre core