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Amplified spontaneous emission (ASE), also called superluminescence, is the emission of fluorescence that is amplified along the gain media. AdValue Photonics’ near 2 micron ASE source exhibits broad bandwidth with excellent spatial coherence and low temporal coherence.
  • Bandwidth: 170 nm
  • Center Wavelength: 1950 nm
  • Output Power: 10 mW
  • Polarization: Linear
Data Sheet
Amplified spontaneous emission (ASE), also called superluminescence, is the emission of fluorescence that is amplified along the gain media. AdValue Photonics’ near 2 micron ASE source exhibits broad bandwidth with excellent spatial coherence and low temporal coherence.
  • Bandwidth: 170 nm
  • Center Wavelength: 1950 nm
  • Output Power: 20 mW
  • Polarization: Random
Data Sheet
The AP-SC-MIR is a turn-key, fiber-based supercontinuum light source covering the mid-IR spectrum from about 1850 nm to 2500 nm.
  • Bandwidth: 500 nm
  • Center Wavelength: 2150 nm
  • Output Power: 100 mW
  • Polarization: Random
  • Output Power Stability: ±5% (at 25 C) 
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