Precision Laser for Positioning

Now Available with a Square Cross Section

Precision Laser for Positioning
(PresseBox) ( Olching, )
LASER COMPONENTS now also offers precision lasers with a square cross section. Precision lasers are laser modules that guarantee maximum parallelism between the laser beam and the housing axis. Their housings have an h6 fit; thus, they can be mated with the corresponding boreholes at zero clearance for highly-exact positioning tasks.

These new precision lasers are quite practical if suitable drilled holes are not present or assembly needs to be carried out on a flat surface. Here, the module is equipped with two M6 boreholes.

The deviation between the housing axis and the laser axis amounts to a maximum of 0.05 mrad - which is equal to 1 mm at a distance of 20 meters. This eye-safe laser module has an output power of 1 mW and is available at a wavelength of 635 nm. Other wavelengths and other output powers are also available.

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Trade Shows
Photonics West 2015
, Feb, 10 - 12, 2015, Moscone Center, San Francisco, USA, Booth 2023
OFC 2015, Mar, 24-26, 2015, Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, Booth 2424
DSS 2015, Apr 21-23, Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, MD, Booth 1125
Sensor+Test 2015, May, 19 - 21, 2015, Messe Nürnberg, Germany, Booth 12.117
Anga Com 2015, Jun, 09 - 11, 2015, Messe Köln, Germany
LASER. World of Photonics 2015, Jun, 22 - 25, 2015, Messe München, Germany, Booth B3.303
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