Subsea laser line modules from LMNI provide the optimal combination of stability, reliability, and flexibility for underwater laser inspection, imaging, and survey applications. These products are based on high-quality, precision components for maximum reliability and image resolution. The LMNI range also offers an anti-status aluminum shell for durability and mechanical shock protection. The compact size of these products makes them suitable for a variety of applications. They are available in different line thicknesses and lengths and can provide a wide selectable laser lens degree.
There are two types of line laser modules, gain-switched and wavelength-stabilized. Gain-switched modules have short electrical connections and can produce picosecond pulses, while wavelength-stabilized ones utilize passive or frequency-filtered optical feedback to maintain their stable output. Although gain-switched modules have shorter electrical connections, they are better for applications that require a high-power, continuous-wave operation. Power-modulated lasers are also available.
High-power laser modules usually include additional TEC for heat dissipation. They can be used for different applications, such as for medical imaging or in the manufacturing of optical components. They can be either self-contained or connected to an external power supply. The driver circuit is able to automatically adjust the input current for the highest level of performance. In addition, they are compatible with a variety of control systems, including RS232, USB, and RS-232.
The mechanical features of laser line modules will increase the overall complexity of the device, as well as its size and shape. As with most electronic components, the scalability of a laser line module is highly dependent on its span angle. Higher accuracy, for instance, would require a different level of the generator lens. And if you need an extremely precise output power, you might want to consider a laser that is more compact. This will save you space and energy.
DPSS laser modules are a popular choice among industrial users. They can be easily modified to meet the eye safety requirements of the relevant international standards. Moreover, a DPSS module is a high-performance laser module with high optical quality. Its light spectrum is narrow and has narrow lines. It is ideal for 3D scanning and machine vision applications. You can also choose a spectral line. They are a great choice for 3D scans.
Infrared laser line modules are typically used for detecting and sensing. They are best suited for applications where the laser power has to be stable at high temperatures and a small depth of focus. Unlike DPSS modules, which require a high level of current, full laser diodes have an extended depth of focus. They can be a single color or multicolor. However, the DPSS lasers are also available in the IR wavelength.
HUBNER Photonics’ 532nm diode laser modules offer variable output power and emitting wavelengths of 375 nm and 975 nm. These products are available with a free-space or fiber coupled output and with a rise time of 2.5 ns. The company can also customize its modules for different applications. In addition to these, they also offer customized diode laser line generators for businesses and individuals.
LMNI blue-green lasers are a popular choice for oceanographic landers and are widely deployed for visual alignment and data collection. They can be fitted with beam-shaping optics for a wide range of applications. In addition, they can also be used as a point-cloud model for 3D imaging. They are also used in a variety of medical equipments. There are different types of LMNI blue-green lasers available for various applications.
The 532nm green cross line laser module is a common choice among OEM diode laser systems. It can be used for screening printing and medical procedures. Its tunable diode laser modules have small depths and should be used only under the supervision of a trained person. Its tunable diode modules can be operated manually or with the help of special alignment equipment. They can also be used for positioning and pointing.
In addition to these products, APS also manufactures a wide variety of custom-made laser modules. Its lasers can be configured with dual-beam optics, single-beam optics, and a wide range of operating voltages. It is also a highly adaptable solution for OEMs with tight space constraints. Aside from manufacturing diode lasers, APS offers a variety of products for various industries.