Frequently Asked Questions

A butterfly laser is a type of laser diode that is packaged in a butterfly-shaped module, which contains the laser chip, collimating lens, thermoelectric cooler, and other components.

The laser is available in a variety of wavelength ranges, typically from 750 nm to 2000 nm.

The output power of the laser varies depending on the specific model. Please refer to the product datasheet for detailed specifications.

The laser features a narrow linewidth of typically less than 10 MHz.

The laser has high stability and low phase noise for excellent performance in applications such as spectroscopy, metrology, and sensing.

The laser is designed to operate within a case temperature range of -5°C to 75°C.

The target audience includes engineers, researchers, and scientists working in the fields of optical communication, fiber optics, and optical testing and measurement. It is also suitable for industrial applications in aerospace, defense, and telecommunications.

The unique selling points include high power output for optical transmitter systems, stable and reliable performance in various environments, accurate and efficient signal transmission, and a butterfly package design with a built-in thermo-electric cooler (TEC) for convenience and efficiency.

The laser diode uses Multi-Quantum Well (MQW) Distributed Feedback (DFB) laser technology for accurate and efficient signal transmission.

Yes, the butterfly package design of the laser diode provides a compact and easy-to-use package that includes a built-in TEC, making it convenient and efficient to integrate into a system.

This laser diode is suitable for applications in optical communications, fiber optics, optical testing and measurement, and industrial applications that require high-power output, such as aerospace, defense, and telecommunications.

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