LGK 7786 P100 – 543nm Ultra-Reliable Polarized He-Ne Laser Modules

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Overview of LGK 7786 P100 – 543nm Ultra-Reliable, Polarized He-Ne Laser Modules

The LASOS® LGK 7786 P100 Polarized Helium-Neon laser module is made with a robust mechanical design and has an excellent beam quality and long service life of up to 30,000 hours. This 543nm laser module has a beam diameter of 0.85mm and an output power of 1mWs. This laser module can be provided with adequate OEM and laboratory power supplies, meeting the European and American standards with the availability of approvals and certificates CDRH, IEC, CSA, CE, TÜV, UL. These Helium-Neon lasers are designed for multiple applications such as confocal laser scanning microscopy, spectroscopy, digital imaging, metrology, industrial measurement, positioning, alignment, aiming, testing, code scanning, medical, basic research, education or entertainment.

Customized HeNe models are available in a large variety in the spectral range red, green, and yellow, with output powers between 0.5 and 20 mW. Options are single-mode or multimode, randomly or linear polarized and Brewster window tubes for educational and scientific purposes. See datasheet provided below for more information on all HeNe lasers, options, and Special Selected Models with specialized feature options.

LGK 7786 P100 Features:

  • 1mW CW output power
  • 543nm
  • 30,000 hour lifetime
  • Low noise and high stability
  • Excellent beam quality
  • Excellent pointing stability

HeNe Options:

  • OEM power supplies
  • Laboratory power supplies
  • Fiber coupling
  • Customized modifications
  • He-Ne tubes with Brewster windows for educational purposes

HeNe Applications:

  • Confocal laser scanning microscopy
  • Spectroscopy
  • Digital imaging
  • Metrology
  • Industrial measurement
  • Positioning

  • Alignment
  • AimingTesting
  • Code scanning
  • Medical
  • Basic research
  • Education