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Optomechanical Kits

The Ealing HeNe Laser Project kit contains everything you need to build your own helium-neon laser including a laser tube, power supply unit, aluminum breadboard, laser mount and mounting post assemblies, as well as a set of our high quality HeNe laser cavity mirrors for 633 nm (additional emission lines are possible and outlined ...


Central Wavelength: 633 nm
Wavelength Range: Visible, Infrared
Laser Output Power: 5 mW
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Frequently Asked Questions

An opto-mechanical kit is a set of components that are necessary to build project deliverables such as laser alignment systems, sensor systems, microscopes, and more.

Opto-mechanical kits typically include components such as mirrors, lenses, mounts, stages, filters, and other accessories necessary to build a complete optical system.

Yes, opto-mechanical kits can be customized to meet the specific requirements of a project or application. Some manufacturers offer the ability to select individual components and configure a kit to meet specific needs.

Opto-mechanical kits provide a convenient and cost-effective way to obtain the necessary components for building a complete optical system. They also ensure compatibility between components and may include technical support from the manufacturer.

Opto-mechanical kits are used in a wide range of applications, including laser systems, microscopy, spectroscopy, and more. They are commonly used in research, industrial, and scientific applications.

Opto-mechanical kits provide all the necessary components to build laser alignment systems, sensor systems, microscopes, and other project deliverables. These kits simplify the process of selecting and acquiring individual components, saving time and effort. Whether for industrial or scientific applications, opto-mechanical kits can provide a versatile and cost-effective solution for building complex optical systems.

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Single mode fibers were invented in 1980 by a group led by Professor Huang Hongjia of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Subsequently, in 2009 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Charles K. Kao for his theoretical work on single-mode optical fibers. Single-mode fiber finds its application in long distance, higher bandwidth runs by Telcos, CATV companies, and Colleges and Universities. A peculiar property of single-mode fibers is that the transverse intensity profile at the fiber output has a fixed shape, which is independent of the launch conditions and the spatial properties of the injected light. Single Mode fiber optic cable has a small diametric core that allows only one mode of light to propagate. Because of this, the number of light reflections created as the light passes through the core decreases, lowering attenuation and creating the ability for the signal to travel faster,