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Laser Mode Analyzer

Laser Mode Analyzer
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Laser Mode Analyzer-RSOI-51


This device allows users to quantitatively assess the mode characteristics of a laser. Users may perform laser mode analysis on a computer and may also observe mode spectrum with an oscilloscope.

Description

Details

The laser is a very important optical tool that has found widespread use in science and industry. Some of the characteristics of a laser, like mode, make different lasers appropriate for different tasks.
Mode analysis is done through performing a series of experiments and obtaining various parameters from which we can determine how the laser diode is performing. It is then possible to establish whether the laser diode meets the desired specifications.
This device allows users to quantitatively assess the mode characteristics of a laser. Users may perform laser mode analysis on a computer and may also observe mode spectrum with an oscilloscope.
Theoretical and practical descriptions supplied with the device will assist you by removing time consuming, irritating preparation

Specifications:

He-Ne Laser

     Cavity Length

246 mm

    Center Wavelength

632.8 nm

Confocal Spherical Laser Resonator

    Cavity Length

20 mm

     Curvature of Concave Mirror

20 mm

     Reflectivity of Concave Mirror

99%

     Finesse

>200

    Free Spectral Range (FSR)

4 GHz

     Mode Spacing Error

< 20 MHz

 

 

Part List

Description

Qty

Optical Rail and Carriers

1

He-Ne Laser

2

Laser Holder

1

High Speed Receiver

1

Confocal Scanning Interferometer

1

Sawtooth Generator (Built into Base)

1

Aperture

1

White Screen

1

2-D Mount

2

Software and Cables

1

User's Manual

1

 

 

Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU RAY-RSOI-51-395
Part Number
RSOI-51
Applications
Optics, Physics Optics Experiment Instrument
Country of Manufacture
Manufacture Rayscience
Conditions No
Lead Time 2 weeks
Export Terms No
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