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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
IF-HN05 Digi-Key Industrial Fiberoptics Optoelectronics LASER HELIUM NEON .5MW CLASS II
IF-HN08 Digi-Key Industrial Fiberoptics Optoelectronics LASER HELIUM NEON .8MW CLASS II
15080 PLC Radwell Jds Camera & Vision, Camera Head LASER HELIUM/NEON HARD SEALED PLASMA TUBE
NT31497 PLC Radwell Edmund Optics Camera & Vision, Optics Mirror LASER MIRROR HELIUM-NEON 64MM X 97MM
SLC15MWCLEARHENE PLC Radwell Scientific Laser Test Equipment, Testing Laser Beam System LASER HELIUM NEON
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