Compare Model Drawings, CAD & Specs Optic Diameter Drive Type Sensitivity Availability Price
Gimbal Mirror Mount, ULTIMA®, Center, 1.0 in. Diameter, No Actuators
$149
In Stock
25.4 mm Not Included
In Stock
Gimbal Mirror Mount, ULTIMA®, Center, 1.0 in., 2 Locking Allen-Keys
$190
In Stock
25.4 mm Allen-Key, locking 4.2 arc sec
In Stock
Gimbal Mirror Mount, ULTIMA®, Center, 1.0 in., 2 Locking Knobs
$201
In Stock
25.4 mm Knob, locking 4.2 arc sec
In Stock
Gimbal Mirror Mount, ULTIMA®, Center, 2.0 in. Diameter, No Actuators
$274
In Stock
50.8 mm Not Included
In Stock
Gimbal Mirror Mount, ULTIMA®, Center, 2.0 in., 2 Locking Allen-Keys
$314
In Stock
50.8 mm Allen-Key, locking 2.3 arc sec
In Stock
Gimbal Mirror Mount, ULTIMA®, Center, 2.0 in., 2 Locking Knobs
$320
In Stock
50.8 mm Knob, locking 2.3 arc sec
In Stock
Gimbal Mirror Mount, ULTIMA®, Center, 0.5 in, 2 Locking 100TPI Allen-Keys
$138
12.7 mm Allen-Key, locking 6.6 arc sec

Features

Gimbal vs. Non Gimbal Mounts

A gimbal mount has axes of rotation which intersect at the center front surface of the optic. When the mount is adjusted only the beam's angle changes, not its length. In contrast, a non-gimbal mount will shorten or lengthen a beam path as angle is adjusted.

Quickly Replaceable Actuators

The U100-G and the U200-G ULTIMA® industry-standard clamp design allows many different types of actuators to be used to adjust the mirror position, to meet the requirements for any application. Actuators can be easily replaced by simply loosening two screws to let the actuator gently slide out from the mount. ULTIMA mounts are compatible not only with standard knob and hex-key adjustment screws, but also with micrometers and motorized actuators. See our Recommended Compatible Actuators in the Accessories section below.

Beam Splitting Aperture

ULTIMA Gimbal mounts feature an aperture designed for beam splitting.  Because of the hollow-hemisphere design, beams are allowed to pass through the aperture allowing beam reflection and transmission.  The aperture entrance is also designed with a deep 45-degree chamfer to accept beams at wide angles.