InViso Diode Laser Modules
May 2010ProPhotonix Ltd.Request Info
SALEM, N.H., May 11, 2010 — StockerYale Inc. has unveiled its InViso laser product line. The series of diode-based laser modules is designed to meet the demanding requirements of high-performance machine vision applications and to complement the company’s range of chip-on-board LED systems.
The lasers are available at wavelengths ranging from the UV to the infrared and with power levels of up to 100 mW.
They are suitable for use in a variety of machine vision and alignment applications, particularly where system integration must be performed quickly and with high repeatability. Applications include high-speed sorting and classification systems in the semiconductor field, food and beverage inspection, and solar panel inspection.
The lasers’ mechanical design provides good mounting flexibility and incorporates a reference mounting surface to the optical axis of the module. They feature an external focus mechanism that preserves factory set alignment and boresight settings when adjusting the focus without having to use any complex tools.
The systems offer high thermal performance and an optional thermoelectric cooler and microcontroller. Various optical configurations allow for a wide range of focus and beam shaping options.
The lasers are available in both standard and custom configurations.