The Velocity® is our premier tunable diode laser system offering both wide and fine wavelength scanning. The laser cavity housing is shock proof, thermally insulated with active temperature control, and incorporates our unique magnetic damping technology to provide higher power, stability, and narrow linewidths.
Tuning Range2 (Wide)
Tuning Range (Fine)
|TLB-6704||635-638 nm||>80 GHz (110 pm)||8 mW @ 638 nm||2.5 mW @ 638 nm||5 nm/s|
|TLB-6712||765-781 nm||>80 GHz (150 pm)||50 mW @ 780 nm||25 mW @ 780 nm||8 nm/s|
|TLB-6713||795-810 nm||>80 GHz (150 pm)||20 mW @ 795 nm||10 mW @ 795 nm||8 nm/s|
|TLB-6716||830-853 nm||>60 GHz (150 pm)||50 mW @ 850 nm||15 mW @ 850 nm||10 nm/s|
|TLB-6718||890-940 nm||>50 GHz (160 pm)||15 mW @ 890 nm||5 mW @ 890 nm||10 nm/s|
|TLB-6719||940-985 nm||>50 GHz (180 pm)||40 mW @ 980 nm||15 mW @ 980 nm||10 nm/s|
|TLB-6721||1030-1070 nm||>50 GHz (200 pm)||60 mW @ 1064 nm||20 mW @ 1064 nm||10 nm/s|
|TLB-6722||1045-1085 nm||>50 GHz (200 pm)||40 mW @ 1080 nm||14 mW @ 1080 nm||10 nm/s|
|TLB-6723||1070-1130 nm||>50 GHz (200 pm)||30 mW @ 1110 nm||10 mW @ 1110 nm||10 nm/s|
|TLB-6724||1270-1330 nm||>50 GHz (280 pm)||30 mW @ 1300 nm||15 mW @ 1300 nm||15 nm/s|
|TLB-6725||1390-1470 nm||>30 GHz (200 pm)||45 mW @ 1450 nm||22.5 mW @ 1450 nm||15 nm/s|
|TLB-6726||1420-1500 nm||>30 GHz (210 pm)||20 mW @ 1480 nm||10 mW @ 1480 nm||15 nm/s|
|TLB-6728||1520-1570 nm||>30 GHz (240 pm)||30 mW @ 1550 nm||15 mW @ 1550 nm||20 nm/s|
|TLB-6730||1550-1630 nm||>30 GHz (260 pm)||30 mW @ 1600 nm||15 mW @ 1600 nm||20 nm/s|
|TLB-6732||1700-1800 nm||>20 GHz (260 pm)||10 mW @ 1780 nm||NA8||20 nm/s|
|TLB-67367||1975-2075 nm||>20 GHz (260 pm)||2 mW @ 2030 nm||NA8||20 nm/s|
|TLB-67407||2350-2450 nm||>20 GHz (360 pm)||4 mW @ 2400 nm||NA8||20 nm/s|
|Linewidth||<200 kHz (50 ms integration time) ;< 2.5 kHz (5 µs)|
|Wavelength Stability||2 pm (over 1 hour ±2°C)|
|Power Stability||<1% (over 1 hour ±2°C)|
|Wide Tuning Resolution||10 pm|
|Fine Tuning Resolution3||0.01% of full PZT tuning range|
|Fine-Frequency Modulation Bandwidth||>100 Hz (100% amplitude)
2 kHz (20% amplitude)
|Current Modulation Bandwidth||DC-1 MHz (through controller)
50 kHz-100 MHz (directly to diode)4
|Beam Pointing Stability||<50 µrad (±2°C)|
|Beam Size, typical||1-2 mm|
|Beam Ellipticity, typical||1:1-2:1|
|Optical Output6||Free-space, optically-isolated, fiber-coupled|
|User Interface||Controller front panel, USB|
|Power Supply Requirement||100-240 VAC (50-60 Hz), power consumption < 170 W|
|Environment Temperature, operating||15-30°C|
|Environment Temperature, storage||0-50°C|
The New Focus Velocity is available at wavelengths from the UV to the mid-IR.
Historically, linewidth is measured over an integration time of 50 msec or longer with the heterodyne beat note method utilizing two independent similar ECDLs. This method is less dependent on the measurement setup and provides a true snap shot of spectral broadening.
The delayed self-beat note method is another linewidth measurement technique. While this technique filters out spectral broadening, it provides an instantaneous snapshot of the Lorentzian spectrum. The New Focus Velocity laser measures 2.5 kHz over a delayed 4.6 µs measurement.
To verify and analyze the output power of your Velocity laser, we recommend the Ophir PD300 (7Z02410), PD300-IR (7Z02412) or 3A (7Z02621) thermal power sensor and Centauri laser power meter. Additional information on this laser measurement equipment can be found on the ophiropt.com website. Other Ophir sensors and meters may also be suitable for the Velocity, depending on application. Ophir also works with laser system developers to achieve embedded beam diagnostics to monitor system performance as an OEM solution.