Compare Model Drawings, CAD & Specs Optic Diameter Drive Type Adjustments Sensitivity Special Features Availability Price
Mirror Mount, Top Adjust, 1.0 in. Diameter, 2 Knob Adjustment
$160
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25.4 mm Knob, locking θx, θy 2.6 arc sec Beam Splitting
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Mirror Mount, Top Adjust, 1.0 in. Diameter, 2 Allen-key Adjustment
$160
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25.4 mm Allen-Key, locking θx, θy 2.6 arc sec Beam Splitting
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Kinematic Mirror Mount, Pint-Sized, 0.5 in., 2 Knob Top Adjust
$157
In Stock
12.7 mm Knob, locking θx, θy 4.3 arc sec Beam Splitting
In Stock
Kinematic Mirror Mount, Pint-Sized, 0.5 in., 2 Allen-Key Top Adjust
$157
In Stock
12.7 mm Allen-Key, locking θx, θy 4.3 arc sec Beam Splitting
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Features

Scalloped aperture for Beam Splitting Applications

The back side of these mounts has been scalloped out to allow a larger clear aperture for beam splitting applications.

Keep Your Hands Out of Harm's Way

Top adjust mounts have their adjustment screws located above where the optic is held so that your hands never have to cross into the beam path area.
 

Alignment Pin Holes

These mounts feature alignment pin holes (shown in red) on the bottom (base) of the mount to enable keying of the position and orientation by means of dowel pins when directly mounting. (Note: Dowel pins not included with mount.) This is especially helpful in OEM applications.

Locking Adjusters

Hex-driven locking screws are available to lock the position of the optic in place for long term stability and to prevent unintended adjustments.

Side Mounting

All Beam Splitting Top Adjust Mounts can be mounted sideways via an 8-32 (M4) clearance hole (9774) or an 8-32 threaded hole (9775) to allow them to fit into areas with height restrictions. This is also useful if the actuators need to be accessed from the side rather than the top.