Laser Module Goes Long

LASER COMPONENTS’ FLEXPOINT long range laser module is described as a highly-precise positioning tool for long distances. Even at 50m, the line is only 4 m long and can be adjusted to line widths of a few millimeters with an easy-to-use focusing device. The FLEXPOINT LR-L module is available with red (660 nm) or green (520 nm) lines. Users have the choice of any output power in a range between 5 mW and 30 mW.

 

Using the optional battery packs, the laser module can also be operated without a power line. A special precision mount allows for exact beam alignment along two axes. The module suits tunnel construction, alignment of large machines, or other adjustments over long distances. For greater insights, checkout the FLEXPOINT laser module page.

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