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  • nanoplus MIR LEDs: Now available at wavelengths between 2000nm and 2500nm

    nanoplus MIR LEDs: Now available at wavelengths between 2000nm and 2500nm

    nanoplus now offers mid-infrared LEDs (MIR LEDs or ICLED) at any wavelength between 2000 nm and 2500 nm. These rely on the same technology as our very successful interband cascade lasers.

  • nanoplus DFB lasers set the standard for DFB laser technology

    nanoplus DFB lasers set the standard for DFB laser technology

    nanoplus sets the standard for DFB laser technology. Since more than 20 years, nanoplus has been the technology leader for ultra-precise distributed feedback lasers. They are used for high performance gas sensing applying tunable diode laser spectroscopy. nanoplus lasers operate reliably in more than 30,000 installations worldwide. Applications include power plants, gas pipelines and emission control systems as well as airborne and satellite applications. Visit our applications section for detailled descriptions of the use of nanoplus distributed feedback lasers.

  • nanoplus Packaging

    nanoplus Packaging

    FREE SPACE, FIBER-COUPLED & OEM PACKAGES

    nanoplus DFB and FP lasers are available in a wide selection of packaging options. Choose your package according to your needs. Please click on the package types for detailed information on dimensions and pin assignments. Pros and cons are written below the mounts. Further mounting options are available on request.

  • nanoplus Mid IR LEDs

    nanoplus Mid IR LEDs

    nanoplus introduces continuous-wave MIR LEDs (also known as ICLEDs) at customized wavelengths. Select any wavelength between 2800 nm and 6500 nm. The substrate-side-emitting devices display higher wall-plug efficiencies and maximum output powers > 1mW than previous MIR LEDs operating in continuous wave at room temperature. Operation in pulsed mode is, as well, possible, for low power consumption. nanoplus MIR LEDs are broadband, incoherent and cost-effective alternatives to lasers for many gas sensing applications in industry and research.

  • nanoplus Superluminescent Lasers

    nanoplus Superluminescent Lasers

    nanoplus superluminescent diodes (SLD) are specially designed and characterized to fit your requirements. Since more than 20 years, nanoplus has been manufacturing distributed feedback lasers and Fabry-Pérot lasers with excellent performance: the same technology is used for our SLDs. nanoplus offers SLDs at any wavelength between 760 nm and 2900 nm.

  • nanoplus Fabry-Pérot Lasers

    nanoplus Fabry-Pérot Lasers

    nanoplus Fabry-Pérot lasers are specially designed and characterized to fit your requirements. Since more than 20 years, nanoplus has been manufacturing Fabry-Pérot lasers with excellent performance. They are used for security measures and range finding. In conjunction with an external cavity they are ideally suited for gas sensing applications.

  • nanoplus Interband Cascade Lasers

    nanoplus Interband Cascade Lasers

    nanoplus offers a DFB interband cascade laser (ICL) at any target wavelength in the mid-infrared (MIR) between 3 μm and 6 μm. The device operates in continuous wave (cw) mode around room temperature. Specifications and behavior are very comparable to a nanoplus laser at lower wavelengths. When you set up an ICL-based analyzer, you can, hence, transfer the engineering knowledge you have gained from building short-wavelength gas sensors.

  • nanoplus: Mid-Infrared Light Emitting Diodes (MIR LED or ICLED)

    nanoplus: Mid-Infrared Light Emitting Diodes (MIR LED or ICLED)

    nanoplus introduces continuous wave MIR LEDs (also know as ICLEDs) at customized wavelengths. Select any wavelength between 2800 nm and 6500 nm. The substrate-side-emitting devices display higher wall plug efficiencies and maximum output powers > 1mW than previous MIR LEDs operating in continuous wave at room temperature. nanoplus MIR LEDs are a broadband, incoherent and cost-effective alternative to lasers for e.g. many gas sensing applications in industry and research.

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