FeaturesCollimator with large elliptical Gaussian beam profile
- Collimated beam diameters (truncated below the 13.5%-level) max. 17 mm
- Wavelengths 405 - 830 nm
- Laser powers up to 66 mW
- Angled version: 90 CR
Collimator with large elliptical Gaussian beam profile
Laser diode collimators transform the divergent light of a laser diode into a collimated beam, while maintaining the Gaussian intensity distribution and the elliptical intensity profile.
The laser has integrated electronics for control of the laser output power. The output power can be controlled using the modulation input ports (TTL and analog) or manually using the potentiometer. Optionally the lasers can be equipped with RS232 serial interface for laser control and data read-out.
The collimation can be adjusted by using an eccentric key. Please note that this affects beam parameters like collimated beam diameter and beam divergence.
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Line geometry, intensity distribution, definition of line length and working distance, definition of line width and machine vision applications.
Fan angle vs. semi-telecentric.
Gaussian intensity distribution and uniform intensity distribution along the laser line
Line length and working distance definition
Line width definition
When do they appear and how to prevent them
What wavelengths are available for diode based laser modules?
Straight and angled cable exit
Laser triangulation, laser light sectioning, particle measurement etc.