NICHIA NUBM44 / NUBM47 laser diode with an aluminum collimator
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Tested by DTR.
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Setting up voltage and current while checking the optical power.
All you need to know about NUBM44/47 Nichia laser diodes
A NUBM44 is a 445nm laser diode that emits 6-7 watts of optical power on the average in a CW mode. At the moment it is the highest power laser diode in a 9 mm TO-5 mount. A NUBM44 is specified with a typical center wavelength of 445 nm (dark blue). This is a multi-mode laser diode, it has a pretty narrow waveguide, which allows it to have nearly the lowest etendue (far-field divergence for a given beam diameter) of any high-power semiconductor laser. The narrow emitter width enables to better collimate and focus it than other high-power laser diodes. This is a big advantage of this unit.
This laser has a chemical formula of GaN. The laser operates at temperatures up to 60-65C without significant power or lifetime loss. But the colder the laser – the better. But if the temperature exceeds 70-80C the diode can dramatically lose its power before final degradation. The temperature shift to colder parameters will decrease the laser wavelength.
General datasheet about NUBM44
- Gallium Nitride (GaN) blue laser diode
- 6-7-watt blue laser,
- 445 nm wavelength;
- easy to focus and collimate with G2, G7, G8 lens;
- a compact TO-5 (9mm) mount;
- a wide range of operating temperatures (0C to 65C);
- a longer lifetime at higher operating temperatures due to GaN.
Wavelength: 445+- 2 nm
Output Power: 6000-7000 mW
Transerve model: Multi-model
Operation Model: CW / Impulse
Warm up Time: <1 sec
Opeartion Tempearture: 0-65(°C)
Input Voltage: <5.5VDC
Input Current: >2A
Mount: TO-5 (9mm)
6 watt optical power can be reached @ 4.7A x 4.70 V = 22.09 W Input Power (by APS)
or @ 3.5 A x 4.53 V = 15.86 W Input Power (by DTR)
7 watt optical power can be reached @ 5.8A x 5.9V = 26.62W Input Power (by APS)
or @ 4.7 A x 4.77 V = 22.42 W Input Power (by DTR)