What's Diffractive Optical Elements (DOE) Laser Module?
Diffractive Optical Elements (DOE), also known as binary optical elements, are mainly used for laser beam shaping, such as homogenization, collimation, focusing, forming specific patterns, etc. The microstructure design is used to change the phase of the light. Reasonable design of the micro structure of the surface of the optical diffraction element can make the output of any light that conforms to the designed light intensity distribution when the specific light is input. DOE technology realizes many functions and optical operations which are not feasible in traditional optical system.
What beam pattern of Diffractive Optical Elements (DOE) Laser Module we can supply?
We offer a variety of laser diode modules and tactical laser shooting accessories. Diffractive Optical Elements (DOEs) to generate structured light using laser diode modules. With different patterns, including multi lines, circle and dot lines, cross hair, circles, squares, grid and random patterns, the DOEs can be integrated with a simple laser dot module to create various beam patterns. For dot matrix, we have 14 types, such as 10 x 10, 11 x 11, 17 x 17, 51 x 51, 101 x 101, etc.; linear matrix can provide 16 types combinations, such as 3 lines, 5 lines, 7 lines, 11 lines to 81 lines, etc.; for the cross array, we provide more than 18 different types of combinations, ranging in length from 8.7mm to 115.5mm.
Where are the Diffractive Optical Elements (DOE) Laser Modules used?
• Machine Vision
• 3D Scanner
• Industrial Inspection
• Machine Tool Wear
• Biological Instrument
• Logistics Volume
• Structured Lighting
• Stage lighting
Who We Are
We are Elite Optoelectronics Co, the Global Friend of Lasers. Please call us at 86-29-68590616 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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