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IRphotonics Announces 100 um High Power Fiber Targeting Medical and Industrial Applications - New small core mid-ir fiber enables high power handling over smaller bend radius - IRphotonics.com
IRphotonics Announces 100 um High Power Fiber Targeting Medical and Industrial Applications

 

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IRphotonics, a leading provider of advanced infrared fiber and materials announced today the availability of its new small core High Power Multimode mid infrared fiber (H100) targeting Medical, Industrial and R&D applications. The H100 mid-IR fiber offers a spectral transmission from 0.3 to 4.5 um with low attenuation and no spectral absorption peak.

IRphotonics’ H100 small core enables high power handling over small bend radius from a wide range of lasers such as Er:Yag (2.94um), Semiconductor Lasers (QCL), Solid State Lasers or Tunable MWIR lasers (OPO).

“This small core fiber is a step forward for the industry. It opens the way for a whole new range of applications not possible before with energy delivery in the MWIR“, commented Antoine Kasprzak, Director of Business Development for IRphotonics. “Our unique expertise and patented manufacturing process translates into fiber with superior optical, mechanical and environmental properties compared to other infrared fiber technologies“.

The H100 Mid-IR Fiber offers:

• Spectral transmission from 0.3 to 4.5 um
• Low Attenuation with no significant Spectral Absorption Peaks up to 4.5 um
• Fiber core diameter 100 um
• Dual Clad for higher power handling
• Numerical aperture: 0.2 (0.3 or other NA possible on demand)
• High Laser Damage Threshold
• Bend Insensitive down to 1 inch.

Pricing and Availability
The H100 mid-IR fiber is available to customers worldwide now. Offered bare or in a patchcord with high power connectors. Pricing is available on request. Please contact sales[.]irphotonics.com

IRphotonics at Photonics West and BIOS 2010, San Francisco, CA, January 23-28 2010
IRphotonics will showcase the new H100 fiber at BIOS and Photonics West 2010: booth 8732 (BIOS) and booth 4407 (Photonics West). Please contact sales at sales[.]irphotonics.com to schedule a meeting.

About IRphotonics

IRphotonics (irphotonics.com) is the leading designer and manufacturer of technologically sophisticated infrared fibers and systems that are used for the transmission of infrared light, and for assembly operations requiring high intensity infrared heat. The company leverages its unique and in depth expertise of infrared light and materials to offer innovative products ranging from specialty optical fibers and light guides to its revolutionary thermal spot curing system. For more information on the IRphotonics fibers, please visit iguide-irphotonics.com/.

© Copyright 2010 IRphotonics. All rights reserved. Information subject to change without notice. IRphotonics, iGuide are registered trademarks of IRphotonics.

 
 
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