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Laser Diode ModulesBEA Lasers Inc. has announced two low-profile additions to its rugged MIL series of laser diode modules.

The MIL RA features a right angle, and the MIL Compact features straight housing. Both laser modules are ideally suited for applications with limited space and tight positioning requirements.

Both models utilize a 3/8-in. rugged laser housing fitted with a M12 connector, 2-m long PVC jacketed cable and integrated power supply. The optional sensor-style bracket or multi-adjustable LB bracket completes the laser system. The laser diode modules are offered with standard 515- or 635-nm wavelengths with 1 or 5 mW. Other outputs are available on request.

Photonics Spectra
Apr 2017

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