3D Scanning Lasers Overview
Similar to laser radar, 3D laser scanning is a non-contact, non-destructive technology that digitally captures the shape of objects creating a point cloud of data from the surface of an object. The primary differentiator between laser radar and 3D laser scanning is the distance from the target since in a 3D laser scanner the 3D scanning lasers are typically only a few inches from the object under investigation. In other words, 3D laser scanning is a way to capture a physical object’s exact size and shape into the computer world as a digital 3-dimensional representation. Typical 3D scanning lasers are short-pulsed lasers because since the distance to the object is measured by looking at the roundtrip time-of-flight of each pulse, but frequency-modulated single-frequency fiber lasers can also be used for select applications. On this page, you will find a list of all of the 3D scanning lasers we offer.
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|Picture||Part Number||Type||Wavelength (nm)||Output Power (W)||Mode||Output||Narrow Linewidth||Pulse Energy (uJ)||Pulse Width||Rep Rate|
|BLM-1534||Pulsed DPSS Lasers||1534||0.001||1000.0||10ns||1Hz|
|CPFL-1.5a||Pulsed Fiber Lasers||1550||1.0||80.0||400ps, 50ns||10kHz, 1MHz|
|CPFL-1.5at||Pulsed Fiber Lasers||1550||1.0||80.0||200ps, 5ns||10kHz, 1MHz|
|CPFL-1.5t||Pulsed Fiber Lasers||1550||0.150||5.0||400ps, 50ns||5kHz, 1MHz|
|CPFL2||Pulsed Fiber Lasers||1550||1.0||25.0||200ps, 5ns||1MHz|
|GBS-C||CW Fiber Lasers||1550||0.160||Broadband||Fiber Coupled||No|
|HFL-1||Pulsed Fiber Lasers||1064, 1030, 1053||5.0||150.0||400ps, 50ns||10kHz, 100kHz, 1MHz|
|HFL||Pulsed Fiber Lasers||1550||5.0||50.0||400ps, 50ns||10kHz, 1MHz|
|Quantas-Q-SPARK-1064||Pulsed DPSS Lasers||1064||0.010||10000.0||800ps, 2ns||100Hz|
|Quantas-Q-SPARK-266||Pulsed DPSS Lasers||266||0.010||1500.0||2ns||20Hz|