RPMC Lasers offers IR laser diode module with high pointing stability

O'FALLON, Mo., 25 Nov. 2006. RPMC Lasers Inc. in O'Fallon, Mo., is offering a new infrared (IR) laser diode module for military applications.

O'FALLON, Mo., 25 Nov. 2006. RPMC Lasers Inc. in O'Fallon, Mo., is offering a new infrared (IR) laser diode module for military applications.

The laser module has 0.7 milliwatts output power at 840 nanometers, a round spot with beam divergence smaller than 0.7 milliradian, a measured pointing stability smaller than 0.3 milliradian over the temperature range from -35 to 55 degrees Celsius and a low current consumption of 20 milliamps.

It provides fine adjustment of windage and leverage. The module is military qualified for shock as strong as 500 Gs and comes in a small housing of 13 millimeters in diameter and 25 millimeters long.

The laser diode module is for applications such as laser target designators for guns and rifles, and for pointers for night-vision goggles.

For more information contact RPMC Lasers online at www.rpmclasers.com.

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