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The World’s Smallest SMD Laser Module

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The world’s smallest SMD Laser moduleBreaking the stereotype of laser modules in the past, it is the smallest laser module in the laser industry. Welding method that can be used by both SMD and DIP, including high temperature resistant aspherical glass lens, the optical quality is further improved. It contains NTC, which can control temperature, and respond to the miniaturized design of high performance PM2.5 particle sensor.

It can cooperate with automatic production to save manpower and man-hours in production.

   •  Compared with the TO-56 package, the weight is reduced from 0.3 g to 0.027 g, about 91% weight reduction.
   •  Compared with the TO-56 package, the height is reduced from 3.5 mm to 0.8 mm, which is about 77% lower.
   •  SMD pasting type automatic loading production, compared with DIP manual loading production, greatly reduces the cost of processing.


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