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Photonics Spectra
Nov 2006
Elliot Scientific Ltd.Request Info
Elliot-Scientific.gifThe KML131 locking kinematic mirror mount from Elliot Scientific Ltd. employs a novel mechanism that minimizes movement during locking. The device features three stainless-steel, 1/4-80 hex drive adjusters — with removable knurled-brass knobs — that provide accurate positioning over ±4° and that can be locked with a simple quarter-turn of the lock ring. Suitable for any system where a laser beam must be steered and locked into place with a 1-in. (25-mm) mirror, the mount provides smooth movement and left- or right-handed operation via an #8-32 (M4) clearance hole.


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