The ModeCheck collimated CO2 laser beam profiling system accurately captures and analyzes industrial lasers of wavelengths around 10.6um by sampling a percentage of the beam with a spinning mirror. It features an almost complete passthrough beam measurement technique in a lightweight compact design which makes it ideal for periodic performance measurements of CO2 cutting and welding lasers.
- 5mm - 40mm
- Silcon CMOS Camera
- USB 2.0
- 100W - >5kW
ModeCheck, CO2 sampler for 10.6μm beams up to 5kW, beam width up to 30mm; includes 2 user selectable wands from selection below$0.00Out of stock
- ModeCheck Beam Analysis SoftwareModeCheck comes with its own full-function software is designed with a simple interface for both laser technicians and every day laser users. It provides all of the calculations real-time and a customizable under interface with the ease-of-use and flexibility that customers have come to expect.
Where is the detector in the NanoScan?
The detector is mounted behind the slits. This position is not important to the measurements. The measurement plane is the scan plane of the slits, which is nominally 1.1mm from the face of the front cap. Refer to the mechanical drawings specific information on the measurement plane location and the reference plane of the scan head.Close
Why is the silicon NanoScan not recommended for 1064nm beam measurements?
The silicon detector is very transparent to NIR light >1000nm. If it is used for measuring these beams, you will often see a tailing profile, because the signal does not decay fast enough. This will lead to erroneous results. We recommend using the germanium, or if there is enough power, the pyro electric detector for these wavelengths.Close
After setting up the NanoScan profiler and acquiring the beam, the profile is bouncing back and forth.
This is usually caused by the Automatic ROI selection. After acquiring the beam OK, you can then uncheck the Auto ROI in the ROIs menu and the beam should stabilize OK.Close
Won't the NanoScan slit diffract the beam?
Yes, but since the NanoScan measures all the light on the detector as a function of slit position, this does not affect the measurement results.Close
VideosIndustrial Laser Beam Measurement with ModeCheck Industrial Laser Beam Measurement with ModeCheck
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ModeCheck enables Quality Cutting, Marking, Drilling & Ablating. Instantaneously "see" and measure your beam and reduce set-up time between jobs. ModeCheck provides real-time "mode burns" - eliminate hazardous acrylic vapors. Optimize your lasers efficiency - reduce cost per part, predict laser preventative maintenance, increase manufacturing efficiency. Visit www.ophiropt.com/photonics for details.
The Importance of CO2 Laser Optimization
Ensuring High Cutting Speeds Through Accurate Beam Power Measurements in Multi-Kilowatt CO² Laser Machines
Beam Profile of 10kW CO2 Laser
0.5% beam wand sampler, see damage and saturation chart$0.00Out of stock
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Beam Dump; 5kWSP90224
Beam dump for up to 5kW continuous, includes mounting bracket, requires continuous water flow$0.00Out of stock
Power sensor, measure CO2 power up to 5000W; water cooling needed$0.00Out of stock
Mounting Hardware, 5000W detectorSP90212
Mounting hardware for 5kW power sensor. Required when ordering the 5000W-SH sensor$0.00Out of stock
Power sensor, measure CO2 power up to 10,000W; water cooling needed$0.00Out of stock
Mounting Hardware, 10,000W detectorSP90213
Mounting hardware for 10KW power sensor. Required when ordering the 10kW-SH-V2 senso$0.00Out of stock
ModeCheck storage/carrying caseSP90227
Ruggedized ModeCheck storage/carrying case$0.00Out of stock
Collimating 2” Lens AdapterSP90329
ModeCheck Lens Adapter (MLA) enables a ModeCheck to recollimate a focused CO2 laser beam. MLA should be ordered with the ModeCheck so that it can be factory installed.$0.00Out of stock