FISBA, a worldwide leading supplier of customized optical components and systems, will be exhibiting FAC Lenses, SAC Lenses and the FISBA Beam Twister™ at the China International Optoelectronic Exposition (CIOE).
FISBA offers a large portfolio of standard lenses with customized coating designs and fast ramp up to production. This has enabled the company to become one of the most relied upon optical manufacturers for FAC lenses in the industry today.
SAC lenses are available for both single emitter diode lasers as well as SAC arrays for diode laser bars. Their acircular cylindric design has been optimized in FISBA’s extensive experience with diode laser collimation.
The FISBA Beam Twister™ is an ideal solution for beam symmetrization when efficient fiber coupling of diode laser bars is needed. FISBA offers pre-assembled Twister Array and FAC products, as well as the manufacturing of components for individual assembly processes.
Learn more by visiting FISBA at Booth 1A13-6 in Hall 1 at CIOE.
FISBA is a worldwide leading supplier of customized optical components and systems for applications in life sciences, machine vision, optical communications, defense & security and more. Offering full service from initial feasibility studies and design, as well as serial production and assembly, has enabled FISBA to become one of the most innovative optical manufacturers in the industry today.
Birgit Rauch, Head of Marketing Communication
9016 St. Gallen, Schweiz
Tel: +41 71 282 3131
Fax: +41 71 282 3130
Birgit Rauch | FISBA AG
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