Vertical Cavity Surface
OPV300, OPV310, OPV310Y, OPV314,
850nm VCSEL Technology
Data rates up to 2.5 Gbps
High thermal stability
Low drive current / high output density
Narrow and concentric beam angle
Recommended for multimode fiber applications
Burned in for communication level reliability
The OPV300 / OPV310 / OPV314 series are high performance 850nm Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser
(VCSEL). The OPV300 and OPV310 are designed to be utilized for sensing applications as well as air
transmission of data. The OPV314 is designed for high speed communication links. The OPV310 / OPV314
combine all the performance advantages of a VCSEL with the addition of a power monitor diode for precise
control of optical power. The OPV310 and OPV314 have a back monitor photodiode used for optical power
management or optical reception for data communication applications.
The OPV300 / OPV310 have a flat lens while the OPV314 has a microbead lens. Refer to mechanical
drawings for details.
The high performance 850nm VCSEL is designed for applications where low current is required with high on-
axis optical power. These product’s combine features including high speed, high output optical power and
concentric beam making it an ideal transmitter for integration into all types of data communications
equipment as well as for reflective and transmissive switches.
Optical backplane interconnects
Long distance spot illumination
This component is sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD). To prevent ESD-induced damage and/
or degradation to equipment, take normal ESD precautions when handling this product.
TT Electronics reserves the right to make changes in product specification without
notice or liability. All information is subject to TT Electronics’ own data and is
considered accurate at time of going to print.
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Additional laser safety information can be found on
the Optek website. See application bulletin #221.
Classification is not marked on the device due to
space limitations. See package outline for center-
line of optical radiance. Operating devices beyond
maximum rating may result in hazardous radiation
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