Fibre optics

All-fibre phase shifter

Phoenix Photonics has introduced its low drive-voltage variable phase shifter. The simple to operate all-fibre device for wideband operation offers >50ð phase shift as standard, and >150ð by request

H100 mid-IR fibre

Elliot Scientific has released a small-core, high-power multimode, mid-infrared fibre for use in medical, industrial and R&D applications from IRphotonics of Hamden, Connecticut

Polished fibre substrates

Phoenix Photonics has introduced a new product range based on its all fibre technology. Phoenix is now offering the polished fibre substrate as a standalone product.

Multimode delivery fibres

Fiberguide Industries has introduced its multimode, step-index optical fibres for high power laser beam delivery. The fibres feature an air-gap design, wherein the fibre extends into free space

DC-285/100-PM-Yb-ROD

NKT Photonics has introduced a new version of its Crystal Fibre series of double-clad rod type fibres. The DC-285/100-PM-Yb-ROD is based on the company's patented airclad technology.

Fibre-to-fibre coupler series

Lumax Photonics has launched its new high-power fibre-to-fibre coupler series for fibre-coupled diode lasers. The optical couplers are suitable for fibre-coupled devices based on single emitters or laser bars

Silica fibre bundles

CeramOptec has introduced a range of silica fibre bundles and assemblies that are ideal for a variety of light delivery systems

DC-200-85-Yb-ROD fibres

NKT Photonics has introduced a new pulse amplifier rod fibre, the DC-200-85-Yb-ROD, double clad and based on industry proven Crystal Fibre technology

DC-200-85-Yb-ROD

NKT Photonics has introduced a new version of its Crystal Fibre series double clad rod type fibre. The DC-200-85-Yb-ROD is made by Crystal Fibre airclad technology and features low photodarkening.

DC-135-15-PM-Yb fibre

NKT Photonics has introduced a version of its Crystal Fibre series double clad fibre. The DC-135-15-PM-Yb fibre is made with Crystal Fibre airclad technology and features low photodarkening.

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