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SPIE Photonics West
30-January - 01-February 2018
San Francisco, CA, United States

Electro-Optics Technology, Inc.

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Electro-Optics Technology, Inc.
3340 Parkland Ct
Traverse City, MI
United States
49686
Company Description
Featured Product: EOT Tornos Series Compact 520-810nm Optical Isolators

EOT supplies enabling components and diagnostic equipment to manufacturers and users of high power laser systems. Products include Faraday rotators and optical isolators for use with laser diodes, fiber lasers, and solid-state lasers. EOT stocks a complete line of photodetectors to monitor the output of pulsed, mode-locked, and externally-modulated CW lasers.
Electro-Optics Technology, Inc.
Product Announcements
27 October 2017
Tornos Series Compact 520-810nm Optical Isolators
EOT is releasing its Tornos Series Compact Optical Isolators which provide high transmission in the forward direction while strongly attenuating light traveling in the reverse direction, effectively protecting laser diodes from the deleterious effects of back reflections. They are wavelength tunable allowing for optimal isolation and transmission at a specific wavelength within the spectral bandwidth of the isolator.

The Tornos Series Compact Isolators can eliminate frequency instability in single frequency laser diodes, prevent mode-hopping in external cavity diode lasers, and eliminate parasitic oscillations due to ASE in amplified diode laser systems. Their high transmission allows the use of less expensive, low power laser diodes. They also feature a compact design suitable for OEM integration, are tunable over a wide spectral range, and include optically-contacted polarizing beamsplitter cubes to optimize transmission.
03 October 2017
EOT Tornos Series Compact 520-810nm Optical Isolators
EOT's Tornos Series Compact Optical Isolators provide high transmission in the forward direction while strongly attenuating light traveling in the reverse direction, effectively protecting laser diodes from the deleterious effects of back reflections. The Tornos Series Compact Optical Isolators are wavelength tunable allowing for optimal isolation and transmission at a specific wavelength within the spectral bandwidth of the isolator.

The Tornos Series Compact Optical Isolators can eliminate frequency instability in single frequency laser diodes, prevent mode-hopping in external cavity diode lasers, and eliminate parasitic oscillations due to ASE in amplified diode laser systems. Their high transmission allows the use of less expensive, low power laser diodes.

The Tornos Series Compact Optical Isolators feature a compact design suitable for OEM integration. They are tunable over a wide spectral range and include optically-contacted polarizing beamsplitter cubes to optimize transmission. An optional waveplate can also be provided for manipulation of polarization.
Press Releases
03 October 2017
Re-release of High Speed Amplified Photodetectors
EOT is happy to announce that we have been able to release the newly redesigned High Speed Amplified Photodetector line. After several months, we have completed the redesign of the following models:

10GHz InGaAs: ET-3500A and ET-3500AF
10GHz GaAs: ET-4000A and ET-4000AF
10GHz 2um InGaAs : ET-5000A and ET-5000AF

The redesign has resulted in a faster product with a higher gain, a smaller, compact design, and more bandwidth. All models are available for quote and purchase.
03 October 2017
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Electro-Optics Technology, Inc. sign CRADA for a 100kW Faraday Rotator
Electro-Optics Technology, Inc. (EOT), in alliance with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), has launched a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) to develop and manufacture a 100kW Faraday rotator over the next three years.
“On behalf of all EOT employees, we are honored and excited to work with LLNL to develop Faraday rotators for use in laser systems at unprecedented power levels,” said David Scerbak, CEO of Electro-Optics Technology. “We look forward to many mutual technological developments which enable the commercialization of these important devices for future generation laser systems and applications.”
Both partners bring unique expertise into this CRADA to jointly push the frontiers of laser technology: EOT is a world-renowned expert in Faraday rotators and LLNL's NIF Photon Science (NIF&PS) Directorate is a long-standing world leader in developing energetic high average power, pulsed, and ultrafast laser systems. This work is being executed within the Advanced Photon Technologies (APT) program of NIF&PS, which investigates and develops cutting-edge photon technologies that enable both scientific advancement and new commercial applications.
Faraday rotators operating at the highest average powers are needed for laser systems with applications in industry, national security, fusion energy drivers, and science. Both partners are excited to collaborate on this effort and look forward to the new opportunities it will provide within the industry.
“We are pleased to engage EOT in this work. One of our goals as part of a national security laboratory is to enhance US leadership and national competitiveness in advanced photon technologies. A key strategy in doing that is to engage in exactly this sort of close-working CRADA with industry leaders,” commented Craig Siders, senior scientist and commercial technology development leader in APT. “We look forward to the near-term impact this joint team will have on high average power handling rotators, and to the potential longer-term impact to science and society as the enabled high-power lasers improve the capability and capacity of US industry.”
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