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Laser module

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Available from Snake Creek Lasers LLC, the thermally stabilized MiniModule-OEM-1 MiniGreen laser module is designed to facilitate evaluation of the MiniGreen laser, which produces 30 to 150 mW of TEM00 532-nm output. Suitable for testing, prototyping, experimentation and system integration, the plug-and-play instrument is mounted on a heat sink plate and incorporates a laser, a power supply, a thermoelectric cooler and controller, and a universal wall power unit. The output power can be adjusted using the 20-turn potentiometer adjustment on the SCL-PS-CW-1900 power supply. Measuring 70.5 x 152 x 27 mm, the unit is powered by an AC (110 to 250 V input) to DC (5 V) power supply. Its applications include biofluorescence and spectroscopy.

Oct 2006

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