I am interested in more information about 532nm CW lasers.
What we are specifically looking for is a green laser, 5 Watts or greater, for potential use in a military application. The proof-of-concept prototype uses an 8 watt self-contained Coherent TracER laser (kept inside a vehicle), with a few meters of optical fiber running to the output lens (outside the vehicle). We will likely be building some additional prototypes of this system in the very near future, and are evaluating alternatives to the $50k Coherent laser.
Do you have options for ruggedized versions of the 532nm lasers, and what are the temperature specs? (The Coherent upper limit on temp is only 35C, whereas all the other components in the system can handle >40C)
We would need the full 5 to 10 watts into a fiber. Unless, of course, we mounted the laser head outside the vehicle, but the ruggedization/weatherproofing requirements get substantially more severe in that case.
Size, weight, and price are also factors we have to consider (smaller is better).
Del Mar Photonics' answer
DMPF6 certainly fits this description and we can offer a fibre coupled
solution with a 400um core.
The DPSS DMPF6 has been tested for aerospace applications under extreme environmental conditions (beyond -10 deg C and >40 deg C) without active cool (only the 8W and 10W required cooling).
I understand that the Tracer has much lower specs than the DPSS DMPF6, however for 8W we can beat the $50k price.
Request a quote for DPSS DMPF6. Please indicate required output power - we have models up to 10W.
DPSS 532 nm 8W laser DMPV-532-8a (532nm Diode Pumped Solid State Green Laser 8000mW)
Model: DPSS DMPV-532-8a (532nm-Green Laser-8W) -
|Output Power (W)||8|
| Beam Mode
|Spectral Linewidth (nm)||<0.1|
|Beam Quality (M2 factor)||<1.2|
|Beam Divergence (full angle, mrad)||2.0|
|Beam Diameter at Aperture (mm)||<3.0|
|Power Stability (RMS, over 8 hours)||<5%|
|Aperture Position (mm)||84|
|Laser Head Dimensions (L×W×H, mm)||320 x120 x105|
|External Modulation||5V TTL/5V Analogue|
|Modulating Repetition||30KHz TTL/10KHz Analogue|
|Warm-up Time (minutes)||<15|
|Operation Temperature (°C)||18~30|
|Expected Lifetime (hours)||>10000|
|Warranty Time||1 year|
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