ams OSRAM leads in visible and infrared edge-emitting lasers (EEL) technology for sensing, visualization and material processing.
Edge-emitting lasers use nanostack technology (e.g.: triple-junction: three light-emitting surfaces (pn-junction) stacked one on top of the other), which has the main advantage of delivering high power within a small area (small size), making it the technology of choice for long-range LiDAR, visualization, illumination and material processing.
Infrared laser diodes for sensing (LiDAR applications) with wavelength of 905nm have the highest efficiency on the market. The laser diodes can operate with extreme short pulses (down to 2nsec), while delivering outstanding power.
Visible InGaN laser diodes for laser projection and illumination have a great optical output power at high operating temperature range. Single-mode laser diodes can operate at a higher temperature range without active cooling and have excellent efficiency, which can extend long life.
High power performance with multi-mode laser diodes are the best fit for industry and automotive applications.
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