SLEDs

A variant of the LED, superluminescent LEDS (or SLEDs) provide the usual broadband, quasi-directional and low temporal coherence light emission common to the ubiquitous LED, but with the added benefit of higher optical power and greater spatial coherence. These properties make SLEDs the better option for numerous applications – including telecom, instrumentation, optical coherence tomography (OCT), structual sensors and fiber optic gyroscopes – that require this type of broadband source.

SLEDs are available at centre wavelengths from 650 to 1700 nm, at a range of optical output powers and spectral bandwidths, and in a variety of packaging formats (14-pin DIL, butterfly modules and low-cost uncooled TOSA & TO-56). Custom optical performance, form factors and fiber coupling complements our range of standard procuts.

A variant of the LED , superluminescent LEDS (or SLEDs) provide the usual broadband, quasi-directional and low temporal coherence light emission common to the ubiquitous LED, but with the added... read more »
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SLEDs

A variant of the LED, superluminescent LEDS (or SLEDs) provide the usual broadband, quasi-directional and low temporal coherence light emission common to the ubiquitous LED, but with the added benefit of higher optical power and greater spatial coherence. These properties make SLEDs the better option for numerous applications – including telecom, instrumentation, optical coherence tomography (OCT), structual sensors and fiber optic gyroscopes – that require this type of broadband source.

SLEDs are available at centre wavelengths from 650 to 1700 nm, at a range of optical output powers and spectral bandwidths, and in a variety of packaging formats (14-pin DIL, butterfly modules and low-cost uncooled TOSA & TO-56). Custom optical performance, form factors and fiber coupling complements our range of standard procuts.

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