17 February 2010 Reliable operation of 8xx mini-bar-based hermetic modules
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In this work we show that mini-bar-based 8xx products show the reliability characteristics of independent emitter failures and "non-degrading" drift plots similar to those of their 9xx counterparts. This fact is in part an outcome of the bonding process and heat-sink design. Multi-cell life testing gives projected reliable operation of compact, fiber-coupled modules (200-μm-diameter, 0.15 NA) at 30 W and 808 nm, with 35 W at 880 nm.
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Xu Jin, Serge Cutillas, Daming Liu, Ed Wolak, Sang-Ki Park, Kelly Johnson, Terry Towe, Dino Lenarduzzi, Touyen Nguyen, Tom Truchan, Jeff Mott, James Harrison, Andrea Guarino, Jürgen Müller, Susanne Pawlik, Boris Sverdlov, Norbert Lichtenstein, Chris Button, "Reliable operation of 8xx mini-bar-based hermetic modules", Proc. SPIE 7583, High-Power Diode Laser Technology and Applications VIII, 758306 (17 February 2010); doi: 10.1117/12.842838; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.842838


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