Eblana Photonics Ltd. (Dublin, Ireland) is delighted to announce the newest addition to our ever increasing Gas Sensing product range - the EP760-DM laser - specifically designed for Oxygen detection at 760nm in Tunable Diode Laser Absorption Spectroscopy (TDLAS) systems. This laser is available in various packages including 14-pin butterfly with integrated TEC and optical isolator, a 14-pin butterfly with lens-ended butt-coupled fiber, or a free space package with TEC. The EP760-DM is also available as part of an integrated solution in Eblana's proprietary DX1-Sensing package, which incorporates a built-in driver and TEC controller.[more] The EP760-DM Laser is the latest addition to Eblana's growing laser portfolio for gas sensing applications, which ranges from 760nm up to 2150nm, allowing detection of gases from Methane (λ=1654nm) to Moisture (λ=1392nm & λ=1877nm) to Carbon Dioxide (λ=2004nm) and many more. All Eblana's single mode lasers are fabricated using our proprietary Discrete Mode (DM) technology, which achieves DFB-like performance at a price point targeted at high volume applications. Eblana's strained quantum well InP design provides stable, high performance, single wavelength operation and a wide degree of current tuning for wavelength control. All of these lasers are now available in the DX1 format. The key attributes of this product are as follows: Ideally suited for O2 detection using the 760 to 763nm Absorption Lines High spectral purity (typical SMSR 45dB) Narrow spectral linewidth (~2MHz) Exceptional device to device uniformity Packaged in a 14 pin butterfly (with TEC, isolator or butt-coupled lensed fiber) or a TO39 Can (with TEC) Other center wavelengths on request Dr. Rob Lennox, Director of Sales and Marketing at Eblana, said "The entire Eblana team are incredibly excited to be bringing the EP760-DM to market. We see the growing demand for laser-based oxygen sensing solutions daily, and feel that the EP760-DM will be a key driver of the quality and price points that people, and industry, demand. Indeed, as the gas sensing industry continues towards large scale adoption of laser technology, Eblana are going to be at the forefront of this drive, pushing it on."