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Fiber Optic Cables

Fiber Optic Cables

…enters the fiber. It makes the radiation leak out of the cladding where it is easier to dissipate and cool away. Quartz block All fiber optic cables are equipped with a quartz block at the fiber end. This results in three main advantages:
* Larger entrance surface is giving a lower power density on…

00 E-400 E-1000 Series Preinstall.book

00 E-400 E-1000 Series Preinstall.book

…assembly is not installed, it is recommended to provide an external safety shutter or beam block near the
laser aperture to prevent laser exposure when servicing the delivery
system. Make sure the beam block is made of suitable material to
safely trap and dissipate the laser power.…

High-Sensitivity Thermopile Sensors 2W

High-Sensitivity Thermopile Sensors 2W

…this can be removed to make use of the entire 19 mm diameter absorbing surface. The PM3Q replaces the light tube with a wedged quartz window to block spurious ambient thermal emissions from reaching the detector. Drawing Packages Click the links below to download a complete drawing package for…

QCS Fiber Optic Cable

QCS Fiber Optic Cable

…the beam quality. The QCS fiber optic cable then delivers a collimated beam from a convenient fiber connector. Contact Us About This Product Close PRICE HERE
* Quartz block
* Mode stripper
* Diffraction limited optics
* Safety interlock
* One pigtail end for splicing
* Collimated output beam
* Beam

QCR Fiber Optic Cable

QCR Fiber Optic Cable

block
* Mode stripper
* Ability for robot applications
* Synthetic fused silica optics
* Safety interlock
* Collimated output beam
* One pigtail end for splicing
* Beam expander telescopes available Features & Benefits Tech spec Lasers Fiber lasers Dimensions SM-300 µm Lengths 1-20 m Max. beam

OBIS Continuous Wave Lasers

OBIS Continuous Wave Lasers

…compact OEM format makes it the preferred building block for compact laser engines, available at 488 nm, 505 nm, 514 nm, 532 nm, 552 nm, 561 nm, and 594 nm. OBIS Galaxy Laser Beam Combiner OBIS Galaxy Laser Beam Combiner The OBIS Galaxy is a laser beam combiner that provides plug-and-play advantages…

OBIS Continuous Wave Lasers

OBIS Continuous Wave Lasers

…compact OEM format makes it the preferred building block for compact laser engines, available at 488 nm, 505 nm, 514 nm, 532 nm, 552 nm, 561 nm, and 594 nm. OBIS Galaxy Laser Beam Combiner OBIS Galaxy Laser Beam Combiner The OBIS Galaxy is a laser beam combiner that provides plug-and-play advantages…

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OBIS CellX Laser Beam Combiner OBIS CellX is a compact, easy-to-use laser beam combiner featuring:
* Three to four wavelengths available to combine 405 nm, 488 nm, 561 nm, and 637 nm
* Output power available in 50 mW and 100 mW for each wavelength
* OBIS performance
* Common power, control and I/O…

Microsoft Word - Understand Different Laser Beam  Rev 1 Final.doc

Microsoft Word - Understand Different Laser Beam Rev 1 Final.doc

…the beam, the system
measures the portion of the
beam that is not blocked by the
blade and plots the differential
(rate of change in intensity)
versus position of the power.
Several advantages compared to
slit or pinhole scans apply: First of all, the beam

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

…non-electronic techniques or tools available such as
burn papers, films, wooden tongues, acrylic blocks, fluorescing plates or cards, etc. These simple methods of laser
beam evaluation have clear disadvantages: Poor resolution; the spot size is highly dependent on exposure time;…

Libra PreInstallation.book

Libra PreInstallation.book

…the laser beam.
4. Stay aware of the laser beam path, particularly when external
optics are used to steer the beam.
5. Provide enclosures for beam paths whenever possible.
6. Use appropriate energy-absorbing targets for beam blocking.
7. Block the beam before applying…

00 E-1000 PreInst.book

00 E-1000 PreInst.book

…assembly is not installed, it is recommended to provide an external safety shutter or beam block near the
laser aperture to prevent laser exposure when servicing the delivery
system. Make sure the beam block is made of suitable material to
safely trap and dissipate the laser power.…

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