Category : Videos

Why does measuring your laser beam help you maintain quality processes?

Much like a light ball that degrades over time, a laser beam at the work surface has to be maintained and preserved in order to keep it’s high & precise performance.

Why does measuring your laser beam help you maintain quality processes?

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Ophir’s New Sensor for Measuring IPL Pulses: L40(150)A-IPL

Hair removal, skin rejuvenation and even in non-medical unregulated cosmetic applications – No doubt there is a real need to regularly monitor the IPL’s source performance.

Meet Ophir’s new sensor specifically designed for measuring IPL pulses: L40(150)A-IPL.

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Increase Production Quality and Efficiency by Measuring with Ophir’s Helios Laser Power Meter

Ophir’s Helios industrial laser power meter is a compact instrument for measuring high power lasers.
Designed with factory automation in mind,

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How to choose the right sensor using the Ophir® Sensor Finder

Choosing the best laser sensor for a particular application can be quite overwhelming.
Ophir has so many sensors! Which is the best one for measuring your laser beam?
The choice actually depends on many parameters. The Ophir Sensor Finder does most of the thinking for you, and helps you choose the right sensor for your application. This video shows you how to use it:

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FluxGage™ LED Luminaire Test System: Setup and Use

Ophir’s new FluxGage LED Luminaire Test System helps you quickly and easily measure the critical performance parameters of your LED luminaires for optimum production process and quality control.
In this video we’ll see how to set up and use the FluxGage.

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Measuring Laser Power Below the Noise Floor with a Lock-In Amplifier

Measuring optical signals in the femtowatt (10-15) to nanowatt (10-9) range can be very challenging. Signal levels this low are lost in typical detector noise levels and swamped by background light. The noise floor for photodiode detectors operated with a small bandwidth (~10 Hz) is on the order of 1 picowatt (10-12). Further narrowing of the bandwidth by filtering or averaging will only provide a small additional reduction in the noise level.

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MKS Announces Ophir® Laser Power Sensors with Very High Damage Threshold, Very Low Reflection

Munich, Germany – June 26, 2017 – MKS Instruments, Inc. (NASDAQ: MKSI), a global provider of technologies that enable advanced processes and improve productivity, has announced a new line of high damage threshold laser power/energy sensors designed for CW lasers with high power densities, as well as for long pulse lasers.

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What’s the Lowest Power I can Measure with My (Thermopile) Laser Power Detector?

3 Watts.

Just kidding, obviously this is going to be your favorite answer: “It depends.”
And it doesn’t just depend on the type of sensor you have or the specs of that sensor.

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Video: Quality Control 4X Throughput

In this video, Dick Rieley (Mid-Atlantic Sales Manager) recounts how a customer was able to increase his laser measurement  throughput by 4x!

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Measure Laser Spot Size & Power Density

If you read our article from last week, you’re already well aware that additive manufacturing can be used to create parts that are impossible to manufacture in any other way.

However, the quality and reliability of the additive manufacturing system depends on the spot size and power density of the laser.

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