EXALOS releases NEW SLED-based Broadband Sources with bandwidth capabilities up to 300 nm for medical imaging, fiber optic sensor and instrumentation applications
EXALOS has extended its Superluminescent Light Emitting Diode (SLEDs) product line with SLED-based Broadband Sources. These new customizable touch screen Broadband Sources can cover the 750nm to 950nm wavelength band or the 1200 to 1600nm wavelength band. SLEDs are semiconductor light sources that combine the spatial coherence of a laser diode with the temporal incoherence of an LED.
The new Broadband Sources are especially suited for fiber optic sensor, medical imaging and instrumentation applications thanks to their high output power and extremely wide bandwidth.
The ultra-broadband turn-key instruments are ideal for Optical Coherence Tomography applications that want to achieve ultra-high resolution or for high-channel count Fiber Bragg Grating-based sensor systems. Both of these new sources operate with a user friendly touch screen and include a USB2 interface. The EBS4000-0000 can incorporate up to 4 different SLEDs to meet specific customer requirements. The EBS8000-0000 can incorporate up to 8 different SLEDs to meet specific customer requirements (available as single or multiple port optical outputs).
For more information about our SLEDs please visit our website at www.exalos.com or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact our North American office at +1 215 752 2115 and our Headquarters at +41 43 444 60 90.