Lasiris PowerLine emits uniform laser lines at high powers

Sept. 10, 2009
StockerYale's Lasiris Powerline laser is a line generator developed for demanding industrial machine vision and scientific applications. With power now reaching up to 2 W at 810, this thermoelectrically cooled device bridges the power gap between the popular SNF and Magnum series lasers.

StockerYale's Lasiris Powerline laser is a line generator developed for demanding industrial machine-vision and scientific applications. With power now reaching up to 2 W at 810 and 500 mW at 670 nm, this thermoelectrically cooled device bridges the power gap between the popular SNF and Magnum series lasers. With exceptional beam pointing and focusing stabilities, the PowerLine laser can be operated in extreme environments ranging from -20°C to +55°C. The laser beam can be modulated by an external signal through a DB-9 connector on the back panel and all models can operate in either CW or external modulation mode. The laser is protected against over-voltage, reverse polarity of the power supply, over-temperature, and ESD.
StockerYale
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
www.stockeryale.com/lasers


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Lasiris PowerLine Laser

Compact, high power laser line generator

StockerYale's Lasiris Powerline laser is a line generator developed for demanding industrial machine vision and scientific applications. With power now reaching up to 2 W at 810, this thermoelectrically cooled device bridges the power gap between the popular SNF and Magnum series lasers.

High power laser in a compact package
Uniform intensity distribution for laser line generators
Focusable
High pointing stability
Over-voltage, reverse polarity, over-heating, and ESD protection
Operating temperature: -20°C to +55°C

StockerYale's Lasiris PowerLine structured light laser is a line generator developed for demanding industrial machine vision and scientific applications. Bridging the power gap between the popular SNF and Magnum series lasers, this thermoelectrically cooled device is able to emit uniform laser lines at high powers, up to 2 W at 810 nm and 500 mW at 670 nm.

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