nLIGHT launches 400W passively-cooled semiconductor laser

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nLIGHT, has introduced the element e24i, a 400W fibre-coupled package small enough to fit in the palm of your hand. This revolutionary power density makes the element e24i the optimal diode for high-power laser systems.

The new nLIGHT element e24i delivers up to 400W in a form factor small enough to hold in the palm of your hand.

‘The e24i represents a major step forward in power, brightness, and packaging for a semiconductor laser,’ states Michael O'Connor, general manager of nLIGHT's Semiconductor Laser Business. ‘This product enables our customers to scale to new power levels with favourable economics.’

The element e24i greatly simplifies system architectures of direct diode, solid-state, and fibre lasers for industrial, microfabrication, and defence applications. It delivers an impressive 400W of output power at 915nm or 375W at 976nm from a 200µm fibre. ‘nLIGHT is committed to enabling our customers with differentiated products that further their growth and competitive advantage,’ adds O'Connor.

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