April 14, 2022

EXALOS Showcases its Visible Light Source Solutions at Laser World of Photonics 2022

Schlieren, Switzerland, April, 2022 — EXALOS, the world’s leading developer of visible Superluminescent Light Emitting Diodes (SLEDs) and highly customized semiconductor light sources, exhibited some of its unique visible light solutions at Laser World of Photonics 2022 (Munich, Germany), the world’s leading platform for the laser and photonics industry.
EXALOS has been working on visible GaN and GaAs material systems for over 10 years to expand its product wavelength offerings to cover the range from 390 to 1700 nm. A number of new devices were on show, ranging from 488-nm SLEDs and laser diodes (LDs) for bio-instrumentation to high efficiency red, green and blue (RGB) LDs for portable and wearables devices, to so-called “combi-” devices in which individual SLEDs or LDs are packaged in a single module.
Dr. Christian Velez, CEO of EXALOS commented, “Having established a strong baseline capability in visible semiconductor material systems, we are now moving ahead with our strategy of developing light sources with unique wavelengths, performance characteristics and non-catalog offerings driven by customer requirements. This ranges from simple single emitter structures to more complex architectures such as multi-emitter arrays through to packaged modules containing several devices.”

For the biophotonics sector, EXALOS presented its 488-nm SLED and laser diode (LD) sources with industry-leading performance. This wavelength has become a standard for many fluorophores used in bio-analytical applications, such as confocal microscopy, flow cytometry, DNA sequencing, etc. EXALOS now provides system integrators customized options with TO56 and 14-pin butterfly packaging capabilities, free space output power levels of greater than 50 mW and single-mode fiber delivery.
Beyond the unique chip-level design capabilities, EXALOS also displayed different combi-packages developed on its in-house automated, high-precision robotic assembly line that enables higher levels of integration and assembly at the module level. Different combi-packages were displayed, ranging from standard 14-pin butterfly to custom micro-packages in which the output beams of individual SLEDs or LDs are combined using micro-optical lens and dichroic mirrors to provide a single broad wavelength source (405 to 650 nm). Such levels of integration are considered critical for the next generation of light-based biomedical diagnostics to enable translation from the bench top to the bedside.

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