This type of compact eye-safe laser rangefinders (LRFs) will be a key technology for future sensors. In addition to reduced size, weight and power (SWaP), compact LRFs are increasingly being required to deliver a higher repetition rate, burst mode capability. Burst mode allows acquisition of telemetry data from fast moving targets or while sensing-on-the-move.

The transmitter is a diode-pumped, erbium: glass, passively Q-switched, solid-state laser which uses design and packaging techniques adopted from the telecom components sector. The key advantage of this approach is that the transmitter can be engineered to match the physical dimensions of the active laser components and the submillimetre sized laser spot. This makes the transmitter significantly smaller than existing designs, leading to big improvements in thermal management, and allowing higher repetition rates. In addition, the design approach leads to devices that have higher reliability, lower cost, and smaller form-factor, than previously possible.

This new technology will make laser rangefinders (LRFs) safer more than before.

Erbium Technology is in this field as one major manufacturer and supplier of the core raw material for gain medium Er3+/Cr3+/Yb3+ co-doped phosphate glass. Working together with other leading professional researching teams, we specialize in developing top eyes safe erbium glass for DPPS laser of long distance laser rangefinders for military demands and flash lamp pumped laser for medical beautifying industry.
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