Infrared Laser Diode - OD: 5.6mm / Wave Length: 780nm Series
A laser diode, or LD, is an electrically pumped semiconductor laser in which the Active laser medium is formed by a p-n junction of a semiconductor diode similar to that found in a light-emitting diode.
The laser diode is the most common type of laser produced with a wide range of uses that include, but are not limited to, fiber optic communications, bar-code readers, laser pointers, CD/DVD/Blu-ray Disc reading and recording, laser printing, laser scanning and increasingly directional lighting sources.
- Package type: TO-18
- Operating voltage: 2~2.8V
- Operating current: CW 130mA
- Wave length: 750~780nm
- Operating temperature: -10℃～+55℃
- Output: 3mW