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Line Beam

Beam Diag Broch

Beam Diag Broch

…the laser and observing changes in the form and structure of the beam as it is adjusted. It is perfect for real time tuning to achieve optimum beam profile quality and laser-cavity alignment. While operating in this mode, beam and statistical data is not displayed, but if Run is activated, the…

Laser Diode Modules

Laser Diode Modules

…Structured Light Lasers offer the Machine Vision market the highest quality performance with the proven reliability.
* Exceptional line uniformity
* Unique beam shaping capabilities
* Unmatched power ranges from 1 mW to 7 W
* Widest range for standard options
* Largest installed base of Machine…

Magnum II Laser

Magnum II Laser

…a high-power line generator developed for the most demanding industrial applications. It is available with a wide selection of output powers and fan angles and generates a uniform intensity distribution using patented line generating optics. In addition, the laser has high beam pointing and focusing…

LineBeam

LineBeam

…(mJ/cm 2) 350 430 435 435 Line Beam Length (mm) 465 750 1000 1300 Line Beam Width (µm) 350 400 580 450 Long Axis Homogeneity (%, 2 sigma) 1.8 1.8 1.8 1.8 Short Axis Steepness (µm) 125 125 125 125 Depth of Focus (µm) ±150 ±150 ±120 ±120 LineBeam Key Features Excellent Beam Profile Homogeneity…

StingRay and BioRay Laser Diode Modules

StingRay and BioRay Laser Diode Modules

…1x3 mm collimated beam 1264218 BioRay 640 nm 40 mW Elliptical Dot Laser Analog Modulation enabled, Includes mount, 1 meter cable, and Hirose connector, typical 1x3 mm collimated beam 1286584 STR-520-20-CW-FL-L01-75-S-XX-3, CDRH Class II StingRay, 520 nm, 20mW, Single Line, 75° Fan Angle, pre-focused…

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

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

…is that beam expansion is not required to accurately measure extremely small beams. Power (or Energy) of the Beam The power or energy of the beam is another important point that can influence the choice of beam profiling technology. In general, beam analyzers are too sensitive to view laser beams

ModeMaster PC M-Squared

ModeMaster PC M-Squared

ModeMaster PC M-Squared (M2) Beam Propagation Analyzer Newest version of the ModeMaster line of M2 Laser Beam Propagation Analyzers.

Key Features:
* Measurement and display of CW laser divergence, M2 (or k) and astigmatism
* Beam sizes 0.2 mm to 25 mm
* Wavelengths from 220 nm to 15 mm
*…

HighLight D-Series

HighLight D-Series

…range of “smart” output beam shapes, making it the ideal source for laser heat treating, cladding, and welding applications-all at faster speeds, greater deposition rates and larger areas. In cladding and heat treating applications, the higher power and longer line beam of the HighLight D-Series…

PowerLine Laser

PowerLine Laser

…laser is a line generator developed for demanding industrial machine vision and scientific applications. Bridging the power gap between the popular SNF and Magnum series lasers, this thermoelectrically cooled device is able to emit uniform laser lines at high powers. With exceptional beam pointing…

Optoskand Beam Delivery Components

Optoskand Beam Delivery Components

Optoskand Beam Delivery Components The Optoskand beam delivery components deliver power from the laser source to the workpiece with minimal losses thanks to a successful technology. The product line has been created to deliver high-power laser radiation safely from the laser to the work piece. At…

Miniature Diode Laser Modules

Miniature Diode Laser Modules

…elliptical or circular beams, featuring:
* VLM2 and VLM3-style packages
* High visibility 635 nm, 650 nm, and 670 nm
* Circular or elliptical beams
* Also available in line generators Contact Us About This Product close PRICE HERE High Quality Elliptical & Circular Beams Circular and elliptical…

WaveMaster Wavelength Meter

WaveMaster Wavelength Meter

…wavelengths. The WaveMaster is easy to use. Just turn on the readout and get the beam within 10 degrees of normal incidence to the sampling probe. The probe has a 2-meter fiber-optic cable and takes up a minimum of beam path space. Most intensity variances are automatically accommodated, but for the…

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