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Spatial Light Modulator Modules

Industrial Photonics
Oct 2017
Hamamatsu CorporationRequest Info
 
BRIDGEWATER, N.J.— Spatial Light Modulator ModulesLCOS-SLM spatial light modulator modules from Hamamatsu Corp. are reflection-type devices that change the phase of incoming light, giving users the ability to accurately control the light wavefront.

The LCOS-SLM modules for OEMs consist of a small liquid-crystal-on-silicon head module connected to the driver circuit via a flexible cable. Its small size makes the module easy to integrate into industrial devices for laser processing and laser marking.

The X11840 series of modules has an SVGA pixel format, 20-μm pixel pitch and a 15.8 × 12-mm effective area. The X13268 series also features an SVGA pixel format, but with a pixel pitch of 12.5 μm and effective area size of 9.9 × 7.4 mm. The X13139 series has an SXGA pixel format, a 12.5-μm pixel pitch and an effective area size of 15.9 × 12.8 mm.


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