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  1. FLEXPOINT Laser Module For Industrial Facilities
    4/11/2018

    Thanks to its M18 thread, the FLEXPOINT MV18 line laser module can easily be integrated into standardized systems. LASER COMPONENTS is going to present this new product at the Vision Show 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. It is designed to deliver homogeneous power distribution along the entire projected line – an important requirement for its use in machine vision.

  2. Low-Cost Avalanche Photodiode In An M1 Package
    4/10/2018

    LASER COMPONENTS has announced that its cost-effective SAH series of avalanche photo­diodes (APDs) is now available in an M1 package. This is the smallest available SMD housing (Surface-Mounted Device), at only 2 mm x 1.4 mm. The new APDs will be presented at SPIE DCS in Orlando, Florida (Booth 1029).

  3. New High Precision Alignment Lasers With Small Beam Diameter
    3/7/2018

    LASER COMPONENTS presents two additions to its portfolio of high-precision alignment lasers: LT-PLM-635-01-C1 and LT-PLM-IRB-635-01-C1. At the exit point, the beams of these precision modules feature diameters of 1 mm and a squint angle of just 0.05 mrad, which equals 5/100 mm per meter distance from the target. With standard modules, the aberration from the center of the housing is considerably higher at 8.7 mm.

  4. Automatic Power Control For Higher Safety In Laser Diodes
    11/8/2017

    LASER COMPONENTS USA, specialized provider of laser and optoelectronic components in the US and Canada, introduces the new A4 series of compact APC laser diodes that offer additional protection for whenever an eye-safe radiation beam is required: As soon as the operating current exceeds a certain level, the automatic power control (APC) shuts down the laser diode.

  5. Quality Of Pulsed Laser Diodes Meets Highest Demands
    9/25/2017

    LASER COMPONENTS USA, specialized provider of laser and optoelectronic components in the US and Canada, is proud to announce that the first of its products has achieved ­qualification for use in the automotive industry. Pulsed Laser Diodes (PLD) with a wavelength of 905 nm are key components for the LiDAR technology (Light Detection and Ranging) used in autonomous driving.

  6. MWIR Materials Research, Cascade Laser Developments, And Spectroscopy Techniques Presented At First IR WORKshop In North America
    9/21/2017

    LASER COMPONENTS USA, specialized provider of laser and optoelectronic components in the US and Canada, is proud to announce an impressive list of 40 speakers at the 4th International WORKshop on Infrared Technologies. Organized for the first time in the US, the event will take place at Arizona State University on November 8 – 9, 2017 in Tempe, AZ, USA.

  7. High-Power NIR Laser Diodes For Gesture Control
    9/20/2017

    LASER COMPONENTS USA, specialized provider of laser and optoelectronic components in the US and Canada, introduces the new ADL-83Y51TL laser diode, a high-performance, low-cost solution for any application that requires powerful NIR laser diodes with a longitudinal single-mode beam profile, such as camera-supported gesture control.

  8. TEESS: Electronics And Software To Support Complex Controls
    9/15/2017

    LASER COMPONENTS USA, specialized provider of laser and optoelectronic components in the US and Canada, introduces TEESS (TEmpe Electronics & Software Set), an electronic control module for its own IG series of complex IR sensor arrays.

  9. New IR Catalog Release: Wide Range Of Infrared Components
    9/5/2017

    LASER COMPONENTS has issued a new catalog covering its extensive portfolio of infrared components on more than 130 pages. Many of the products are manufactured at the company’s own sites in Arizona and Florida – including pyroelectric detectors, PbS and PbSe detectors, and most of all the highly successful (x)InGaAs photodiodes and sensor arrays. Other components are provided by renowned companies such as Alluxa, NOC, Xenics, and Helioworks.

  10. New High Power, Low Risk Mode Strip-Assemblies
    7/10/2017

    LASER COMPONENTS introduced its first own ModeStrip assemblies at LASER World of PHOTONICS. This technology allows for effective transmission of high-power laser light through optical fibers. Cladding modes no longer pose any threat.