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BEA Lasers Announces Newly Designed GPL Series Lasers

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BEA Lasers, Elk Grove Village, Ill., USA, a manufacturer of rugged laser modules and assemblies, has announced the availability of its newly designed GPL line of lasers for use in light industrial applications.

The GPL series laser diode module system is best suited for general purpose, medium-duty applications. Intended for education, light assembly, simple alignment, positioning,and levelling jobs, the system includes a ½ in. OD NPT threaded housing with mounting hardware and plug-in USB type power supply. Its cable length is 36 in. and available patterns include green or red dot, or green or red line, with a nominal focal length of 17 in.
 
 

This module may be powered by the USB port on any computer as an option. The housing is CRS and plated with a clear zinc oxide. This product is not intended for wet, high vibration, or harsh environment applications.

BEA lasers are used with construction tools and equipment; automobile seats, door panels and tires; robotics; machine tools; garment alignment and in many other industries. General laser applications include alignment, positioning, leveling, drilling, event detection, edge detection, security, cutting, vision systems, metrology, bar code readers, education, robotic control, and laboratory or test operations.
 
 
More information on BEA Lasers is available online.

BEA Lasers offers a full line of standard ruggedized laser diode modules with green and red lasers for varying applications and customer requirements. These applications are typically for alignment and leveling functions in customer operations or production. BEA Lasers also provides customization of laser modules. BEA Laser Application Engineers and Sales Associates work with customers to deliver a solution that meets or exceeds their requirements.

 

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