Lumentum Holdings is presenting a collection of photonic-based products for applications in 3D sensing and advanced manufacturing markets including – VCSELs, edge-emitting DFBs, kW fiber, pump and diode lasers, at SPIE Photonics West 2019, in the South Hall in booth #1123.
The company says 3D sensing technology is becoming more pervasive in end-user applications from gaming to current-day automotive, 3D scanning and facial recognition for mobile devices. Lumentum supports the next wave of 3D sensing applications with a portfolio of VCSELs and diode laser solutions.
Again this year, Lumentum is showcasing several 3D sensing demos and providing information on consumer applications incorporating solutions from co-development partners.
Orbbec has developed Astra, a compact series of standalone 3D sensing cameras that employs VCSELs from a partnership with Lumentum, optimized for a variety of uses, including 3D scanning, face recognition and interactive systems.
At last year's conference, Occipital and Lumentum partner to showcase the Structure Sensor, a mobile 3D sensor used on tablets and mobile devices for 3D scanning and mapping. Occipital's newest product, Structure Core, is a next-gen 3D sensor that incorporates a Lumentum diode laser as part of a sensor package that enables self-contained spatial perception. Structure Core's compact design makes it ideal for augmented reality, 3D mapping, robotics and other applications where high-performance depth matters.
Lumentum Pump Lasers
The Lumentum 200 W fiber-coupled diode pump laser — the ST2 — is now in high-volume production and deployed at customers globally. The ST2 is a high-brightness pump that delivers system endurance and power stability under harsh manufacturing settings critical for high-end applications. In addition to the ST2, Lumentum has a full portfolio of advanced fiber-coupled devices leveraging the L4 platform.
Corelight — next-generation kilowatt-class fiber laser
The latest-generation Corelight YLE Series fiber laser engines will be on display. Offered in single-module 2 kW, 3 kW and 4 kW engines and multi-module 6 kW and 9 kW engines, these cost-effective and highly configurable fiber lasers are deployed globally supporting customers in cutting, welding and material deposition applications. Customers now have additional output power configurations available to enable and differentiate their latest machine tool offerings. Corelight's exceptional beam characteristics enable cutting of mild steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, brass and many other materials.