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Lasos Fiber Coupled Helium-Neon (HeNe) Lasers Lasos Fiber Coupled Helium-Neon (HeNe) Lasers New
  • 543nm, 594nm, and 633nm Wavelength Options
  • Low Noise and High Stability
  • Fiber Coupled for Easy System Integration
  • Factory Fiber Coupled for Optimal Alignment and Output Power
Lumentum High Performance Helium-Neon Lasers Lumentum High Performance Helium-Neon Lasers
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  • Power Options from 0.5 - 22.5mW
  • Improved Stability
  • Ideal for Interferometry and Metrology Applications
  • Random or Linear Polarization Options
Coherent&reg; Diamond C-Series CO<sub>2</sub> Lasers Coherent® Diamond C-Series CO2 Lasers
  • Superior Beam Quality and Power Stability for Improved Process Quality
  • Fully Sealed Integrated Package with Built-in RF Power Supply
  • Wide Power Range with CW or Pulse Width Modulation Control
Lasos Helium-Neon Lasers Lasos Helium-Neon Lasers New
  • Excellent Stability
  • Long Lifetime
  • Precise Alignment
Lumentum Helium-Neon (HeNe) Lasers Lumentum Helium-Neon (HeNe) Lasers
  • Low Noise
  • Self-Contained Power Supply
  • Small Size
Self-Contained Argon-Ion Lasers Self-Contained Argon-Ion Lasers
  • Ultra-Compact Single Unit with Internal Power Supply
  • Lower Cost per mW of Power
  • Single and Multi-Line Models with Dual Channel Air-Cooled Design
  • Rear Mounted Power Output Control Knob

Gas Lasers are used in applications that require laser beams with long coherence lengths, very high beam quality, or single mode operation. Gas Lasers are lasers that use an electric current discharged through a gas medium to produce a beam. Common Gas Lasers include helium neon, argon, or carbon dioxide. The type of gas used can determine or influence the laser’s wavelength, efficiency, or power.

Edmund Optics offers a wide selection of lasers, including a variety of Gas Lasers such as HeNe, Argon-Ion, or CO2. Helium neon lasers are a multifunctional laser commonly used in many low power laser applications in education or laboratory settings. Argon-Ion lasers are ideal for applications in the near ultraviolet or visible. Carbon dioxide lasers are used in a variety of applications including molecular spectroscopy, gas sensing, environmental monitoring, or for testing night vision or thermal cameras.