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…will blur the final image. Gently slide the head across the face of the assembly. 5. Using a 3/32 allen key, loosen the locking screw on the side of the laser head to turn the collimator using the focusing tool. Standard key Set-screw Laser aperture Dovetail mechanism Focus lock mechanism

Book.book

Book.book

…will blur the final image. Gently slide the head across the face of the assembly. 5. Using a 3/32 allen key, loosen the locking screw on the side of the laser head to turn the collimator using the focusing tool. Standard key Set-screw Laser aperture Dovetail mechanism Focus lock mechanism

Book.book

Book.book

…will blur the final image. Gently slide the head across the face of the assembly. 5. Using a 3/32 allen key, loosen the locking screw on the side of the laser head to turn the collimator using the focusing tool. Standard key Set-screw Laser aperture Dovetail mechanism Focus lock mechanism

snf 2003-10.qxd

snf 2003-10.qxd

…small axis for single dots or multiple lines; £4.8 mm long axis Focusing performance (standard SNF laser) 2 times the 701L lens performance; collimator options available for increased performance Corporate Headquarters 32 Hampshire Road Salem, New Hampshire 03079 USA Tel.: 603-893-8778 Fax:…

Book.book

Book.book

…on the body of the laser). If needed, loosen the set-screw (SSS 4/40) a few turns to release the pressure on the focusing assembly and allow the collimator to slide freely. 3. After focus adjustment, re-tighten the SSS 4/40 screw to lock the focus. Your image should now be in focus at the required…

Book.book

Book.book

…on the body of the laser). If needed, loosen the set-screw (SSS 4/40) a few turns to release the pressure on the focusing assembly and allow the collimator to slide freely. 3. After focus adjustment, re-tighten the SSS 4/40 screw to lock the focus. Your image should now be in focus at the required…

Coherent Magnum II Laser Operator's Manual

Coherent Magnum II Laser Operator's Manual

…working distance, follow these instructions: 1. Loosen the locking screw. This will release the pressure on the focusing optics, allowing the collimator to be moved. 2. Turn the focus adjustment screw clockwise or counterclockwise to obtain the desired focus at your working distance. 3. Re-tighten…

Coherent Magnum II Laser Operator's Manual

Coherent Magnum II Laser Operator's Manual

…working distance, follow these instructions: 1. Loosen the locking screw. This will release the pressure on the focusing optics, allowing the collimator to be moved. 2. Turn the focus adjustment screw clockwise or counterclockwise to obtain the desired focus at your working distance. 3. Re-tighten…

Coherent Magnum II Laser Operator's Manual

Coherent Magnum II Laser Operator's Manual

…working distance, follow these instructions: 1. Loosen the locking screw. This will release the pressure on the focusing optics, allowing the collimator to be moved. 2. Turn the focus adjustment screw clockwise or counterclockwise to obtain the desired focus at your working distance. 3. Re-tighten…

ptl 2003-03.qxd

ptl 2003-03.qxd

…pattern at any projection distance. The beam can be collimated so that the pattern remains fairly constant over a long projection distance. The following figures show the typical focusing performance of the PTL laser with a standard collimator (different focusing properties are available, call for…

Microsoft Word - MAN GPWRLN R01.doc

Microsoft Word - MAN GPWRLN R01.doc

…for details. 1) Turn the laser ON. 2) Turn the focus adjusting screw (located on the body of the laser) using a flat head screwdriver. If needed, loosen the set-screw (SSS 4/40) a few turns. This will release the pressure on the focusing assembly, allowing the collimator to slide freely.

Coherent BioRay Operator's Manual

Coherent BioRay Operator's Manual

…- 3 4. Loosen the collimating lens setscrew on the laser. 5. Make sure the four screws holding the SMA mount to the dovetail are lightly seated (minimal pressure applied)--the SMA mount needs to be able to move relative to the dovetail to peak coupling efficiency. Collimating Lens Setscrew SMA Mount…

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