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Laser Module

Laser Module-Robocraze
Laser Module-Robocraze
Laser Module-Robocraze
  • Laser Module-Robocraze
  • Laser Module-Robocraze
  • Laser Module-Robocraze

Laser Module

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  • Laser Diode Module is a breadboard friendly, low cost having the wavelength of 650nm and operating voltage of 5V.
  • The laser head is composed of a light-emitting tube, condenser lens and adjustable copper sleeve and it is assembled when delivered.
  • The focal length of the lens is adjusted glued by strong glue stick, which can work directly after connecting to a 5v dc power supply.

Laser Module

A laser module is a device that produces a highly focused beam of light, usually in the visible or infrared range. A laser diode, a power supply, and a focusing lens are typical components of a laser module. A laser diode is a semiconductor device that emits a light beam when current is supplied through it.

The Laser Sensor Module  is composed of a light-emitting tube, condenser lens, and adjustable copper sleeve and it is assembled when delivered, the focal length of the lens is adjusted glued by strong glue stick, which can work directly after connecting to a 5V DC power supply.

Pay attention to the laser cell to prevent from being burnt or battery explosion due to a short circuit when removing the battery.

Pinout:

  • 1 – GND
  • 2 – 5V
  • 3 – S (Control: HIGH = Laser on)

Applications:

  • Laser test tools.
  • Concentricity positioning.
  • Medical equipment positioning.
  • Production of signal equipment.
  • Use for DIY or robots.
  • All kinds of level meters.
  • Laser projector.
  • Laser toys, etc.

Package Include:

  • 1 x Laser Module

Specifications

Voltage 3.0 V – 5 V
Driver APC circuit
Line length about 135 mm
Operating Current 40mA
Transmit power 58mW
Dimensions  3 x 2 x 1cms 
Weight  5 grams

1.What are laser modules?

  • Laser modules are devices that generate a coherent beam of light using a laser. Laser modules are used in a wide variety of applications, including scientific research, military, manufacturing, and entertainment. There are many different types of laser modules, which can be classified based on the type of laser used, the wavelength of the light produced, and the intensity of the beam. Some common types of laser modules include:
    • Diode laser modules: These modules use a semiconductor laser diode to generate a beam of light. They are relatively inexpensive and have a low power output, making them suitable for a variety of applications.
    • Solid-state laser modules: These modules use a crystal or glass as the lasing medium, and are typically more powerful and more expensive than diode laser modules.
    • Gas laser modules: These modules use a gas as the lasing medium, and are capable of producing very high power output levels.
    • Semiconductor laser modules: These modules use a combination of a semiconductor and a gas as the lasing medium, and are capable of producing high power output levels.

2.How does a laser module work?

  • A laser module generates a beam of light using a laser, which is an optical device that produces a highly focused, coherent, and monochromatic beam of light. Laser modules are used in a wide variety of applications, including laser pointers, laser displays, laser printers, laser cutting and welding, and laser measurement and alignment. There are many different types of laser modules, which can be classified based on the type of laser used, the wavelength of the light produced, and the intensity of the beam. Some common types of laser modules include diode laser modules, solid-state laser modules, gas laser modules, and semiconductor laser modules.

3.How long does a laser module last?

  • The lifespan of a laser module depends on a number of factors, including the type of laser module, the operating conditions, and the quality of the module. In general, laser modules have a longer lifespan than other types of light sources, such as incandescent bulbs or fluorescent lamps. Diode laser modules, which are commonly used in laser pointers and other low-power applications, have a lifespan of around 5,000 to 10,000 hours. Solid-state laser modules, which are used in a variety of applications, including laser printers and laser displays, have a lifespan of around 10,000 to 20,000 hours. Gas laser modules, which are used in high-power applications, such as laser cutting and welding, have a lifespan of around 20,000 to 30,000 hours. The operating conditions and the quality of the laser module can also affect its lifespan. For example, a laser module that is operated at high temperatures or that is subjected to frequent on-off cycling may have a shorter lifespan than a laser module that is operated at cooler temperatures and is subjected to less frequent on-off cycling.

4.What is the most powerful laser module?

  • The most powerful laser module is typically determined by the output power of the laser, which is the amount of energy that the laser is capable of emitting per unit of time. The output power of a laser is typically measured in watts (W). There are many different types of laser modules, which can be classified based on the type of laser used, the wavelength of the light produced, and the intensity of the beam. Some of the most powerful laser modules are gas laser modules, which use a gas as the lasing medium and are capable of producing very high power output levels. Examples of gas laser modules that are capable of producing high power output levels include CO2 lasers, which are commonly used in laser cutting and welding applications, and excimer lasers, which are used in a variety of applications, including microelectronics and medicine.