Class II Helium Neon Lasers

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Laser Head, ZM 7702 -- 8070-0102-0X
from Zygo Corporation

ZMI ™ lasers provide frequency stabilized, two-frequency output to drive multiple measurement axes. The small ZMI ™ 7705 is used with the ZMI ™ 501A measurement enclosure to provide two axes of measurement. The larger lasers include features such as more power (7702), water cooling... [See More]

  • CDRH Classification: Class II
  • Wavelength Range: 633 to 633
  • Laser Wavelength: Red
  • Laser Power: 0.4000 to 0.5250
HeNe Laser 0.5mW 110V Linear -- NT61-315
from Edmund Optics Inc.

Helium-Neon lasers combine hard-sealed internal mirrors, small physical size, and low noise, resulting in higher laser reliability, greater design flexibility, and enhanced performance. Rectangular (Rect.) models have self-contained power supplies. All Power Supplies are included. Complies with... [See More]

  • CDRH Classification: Class II
  • Features: Polarized Output
  • Wavelength Range: 633
  • Operating Voltage: 110
Novette Self-Contained Helium-Neon Laser System
from Lumentum Operations, LLC

The Model 1507 and 1508 Novette „ ¢ helium-neon laser systems incorporate hard-sealed internal-mirror 1007 and 1008 plasma tubes and power modules into convenient, compact, self-contained packages. These low-cost units demonstrate superior power stability and meet CDRH requirements. The... [See More]

  • CDRH Classification: Class II; Class IIIa
  • Wavelength Range: 633
  • Laser Wavelength: Red
  • Laser Power: 0.5000 to 0.8000
LASOS He-Ne Laser
from LASOS Lasertechnik GmbH

Bright history - Brighter future. Robust mechanical design. Excellent beam quality. Long service life. Designed for low noise and high stability [See More]

  • CDRH Classification: Class II
  • Features: Polarized Output
  • Wavelength Range: 543 to 633
  • Laser Power: 0.5000 to 20
He-Ne Educational Lab Laser
from Industrial Fiber Optics, Inc.

Economically priced, full-size helium neon lab laser. Industrial Fiber Optics' CT Series of lasers are the most popular line of lasers used in middle and high schools in the United States. Designed for education, and featuring a bright blue transparent enclosure, their attractive looks invite... [See More]

  • CDRH Classification: Class II
  • Wavelength Range: 633
  • Laser Wavelength: Red
  • Laser Power: 0.5000