HENHAM, England, Jan. 24, 2013 — The Optoelectronics Co. Ltd. has introduced a line of laser diode modules designed for OEMs, end users and systems integrators. They combine an Opnext (Oclaro) laser diode with quality, externally adjustable optics, a Panasonic aspherical glass lens, sophisticated electronics and a rugged modular anodized aluminum housing to provide a reliable laser source for use in industrial, commercial and medical applications such as inspection, alignment and sensing. The compact, continuous-wave, visible or infrared lasers produce a high-quality elliptical beam. They offer low noise and output stability and are available at lasing wavelengths of 635, 639, 660, 830 and 852 nm, and at powers of up to 75 mW. For easy identification, they are supplied with colored end caps. They measure 12 mm in diameter and are 53 mm long. Laser engraving — e.g., of a customer’s part number — is available upon request. With an operating voltage of 3 to 6 VDC and a broad ambient temperature operating range from −10 to 50 °C, the modules are static-, surge- and reverse-polarity- protected and RoHS-compliant. Electrical connections are made via external flying leads.