Laser Beam Delivery 25mm Series : 25mm Beam Position Viewing

 

 

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Laser Beam Position Viewing

Fiber Optic Illumination System

Fiber Optic Illumination System : FIB-100

Affordable illuminator provides intense cool uniform light under 3-position intensity control. Accepts a variety of other fiber optic accessories. Porviding 10,000 footcandles of cool illumination at 3 inches, the system has a 26" positional gooseneck fiber optic and end lens 0.88" diameter.

A superior alternative to hot halogen microscope illuminators, high intensity lamps and fluorescent rings. Applications include stereomicroscope illumination and machine vision lighting.

Haas part number FIB-100 shown above. Download technical drawings for each stock part number on the right. Download free Adobe PDF reader and SolidWorks Viewer on the left.

FIB-100 Specifications

Fiber Optic Illumination(FIB) System Part Numbering Anatomy

FIB dash Laser Beam Delivery Component Part #
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Voltage
100 : Fiber Optic Illumination System 120VAC
110 : Fiber Optic Illumination System 230VAC
     

Below is a list of Replacement Parts.
Please call (973) 598-1150 for pricing and availability.
Haas Part # Description
150 Replacement Blub

 

Additional options available upon request

We would be happy to discuss a custom designed solution that's right for any project, large or small. For additional information, contact a Haas Laser Technology sales representative today. (973) 598-1150

 

** Specifications subject to change without notice. Consult a Haas Laser Tech engineer for the latest specification changes or any additional assistance. **


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