Intense Power Pack 630
Visible CW Laser Modules for Medical and Display Applications
The Power Pack 630 is uniquely designed to provide high power and brightness at wave-lengths below 633 nm while operating at moderately low current levels.
Designed for maximum flexibility, the Power Pack is configured as a stand-alone module that easily interfaces with commercially available current drivers and smoothly integrates into OEM systems.
Up to 2.4 W of optical power is available in the red wavelength band of 630 - 633 nm. Emission is from industry standard SMA or FC connectors compatible with a 600 µm, 0.22 NA fiber.
The module can be attached directly to a cooling plate or optionally cooled through a forced air heat sink and cooling fan. Internal laser temperature control is via an integral TEC and Thermistor.
Each module includes a visible aiming beam for accurate alignment of the laser output to the target. A standard 15 pin D-connector is used to provide the electrical input interface. The Power Pack 630 is compatible with the absorption band of photosensitive drugs used in photodynamic therapy, and other applications including imaging, illumination, entertainment, and RGB display.
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Typical Specifications @ 10°C:
|Power Pack 630||Specifications||Notes|
|Optical Output||2.4 W min.||Output port|
|Fiber Compatibility||600 µm diameter, 0.22 NA||SMA or FC Connector|
|Wavelength||90% of power in 630-633 nm|
|Electrical Input||30 V x 0.7 A typical||15-pin D-Sub Connector|
|Operating Conditions||40°C||Max ambient temperature|
|TE Cooler Capacity||Vmax = 7 V; Imax = 5.8 A||40 W max|
|External Cooling||Aluminium heat sink with fan||Forced air, optional|
|Hermeticity||10E-8 atm cc/sec||Max helium leak rate|
|Warranty||1 year or 1000 hours|
|Package Size||6 inch dia. x 1.8 inch height||152 mm dia. x 46 mm height|
Intense Gallium Arsenide phosphodide lasers emit radiation which is visible to the human eye. Safety precautions must be taken to prevent potential eye damage. Do not view or stare at operating lenses. If viewing is required, use a matte surface or suitable viewing screen. Laser safety goggles or glasses are recommended when operating the lasers.
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