Prescision Lasers with Integrated Battery Pack

Alignment Lasers for Everyday Industrial Use

Precision lasers are laser modules, the beam axis of which is arranged parallel to the

module's housing. For mobile and independent application, LASER COMPONENTS
introduces a new version with integrated battery pack: The LT-PLM-IRB series.

The axis of conventional laser modules are not exactly parallel to one another. Some
applications need maximum parallelism: For example, if the laser is used to mirror a
rotational axis, if it is used to align machines or axis, or if the laser is applied in the
positioning of machines in fixed mounts and must, therefore, always hit the same spot.

The beam angle error of the LT-LM-IRB series is only 0.05 mrad; this corresponds to
a deviation of ± 0.05 mm at 20 m. The lasers have a wavelength of 635 nm - a
bright, well-visible red. The optical power is 1 mW; thus it is a class 2 laser that does
not require any extra safety precautions.

The integrated battery has a capacity of 400 mAh; this is enough for a duration of
operation of ten hours. Battery pack and laser are included in one housing at a length
of 130 mm and a diameter of 35 mm.

More Information http://www.lasercomponents.com/de-en/product/precision-laser-modules/

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