NanoModeScan M² Measuring System
This scanning slit M² measurement system accurately analyzes lasers with wavelengths from UV to Far Infrared with its silicon, germanium, or pyroelectric head. It features a compact portable design, immediate results, ISO compliant measurements, and operates in CW or kHz Pulsed modes which makes it ideal for comprehensive analysis of lasers of most wavelengths.
- Scanhead Travel: 500
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- Silicon, Germanium or Pyroelectric
- USB 2.0
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Model 1740 ModeScan with NanoScan 2 Silicon (Si ) Detector 9mm aperture 5μm slits Si detector, 63.5mm diameter head, 9mm entrance aperture, and matched pair of 5.0μm wide slits. Use from 190 to 1000nm wavelengths.Request a Quote
Model 1740 ModeScan with NanoScan 2 Germanium (GE) Detector 9mm aperture 5.0μm slits. Germanium detector, 63.5mm diameter head, 9mm entrance aperture, and matched pair of 5.0μm wide slits. Use from 700nm to 1.8μm wavelength.Request a Quote
Model 1740 ModeScan with NanoScan 2 Pyroelectric Detector 9.0mm aperture 5μm slits. Pyroelectric detector, 63.5mm diameter head, 9mm entrance aperture, and matched pair of 5μm wide slits.Request a Quote
Model 1740 ModeScan with large aperture NanoScan1 scanhead with 20mm Pyroelectric Detector, 25um slits 100mm diameter head, 20mm entrance aperture and matched pair of 25um wide slits.Request a Quote
- NanoModeScanNanoModeScan is our full-function software with a extensive set of ISO M2 measurements with the ease-of-use and flexibility that customers have come to expect.
Can I use my Ophir-Spiricon CCD camera at wavelengths below 400nm?
Yes. Since we remove the protective glass cover over the CCD camera sensor the full spectrum of the Silicon sensor can be used. This allows the cameras to operate as low as 190nm. But UV wavelengths are very abusive to the CCD sensor and over time the CCD sensor will become less responsive in the area where the UV laser is impinging on the sensor. Steering the beam around the sensor will reveal the low response area and unfortunately the CCD sensor will need to be replaced. In these cases, we recommend using a UV converter of some kind to convert the wavelength to a less abusive wavelength to lengthen out the life time of the CCD sensor.Close
Do cameras need Calibration?
Since there is no calibration standard to calibrate cameras to, they cannot be calibrated. We do recommend certification according to the information at; http://www.ophiropt.com/laser-measurement-instruments/customer-support/c...Close
Can the SP620 camera work in a vacuum?
provided by a customer: "We only have a gauge that goes down to 10 mTorr. So it works at least to that level, but the vacuum was probably lower".Close
How come I can't use the Cameras Region Of Interest (ROI) Feature in my SP503U or SP620U Camera?
The initial release of the SP503U and SP620U cameras did not have the ROI feature enabled. Those cameras that do not have the ROI feature enabled will need to be returned for upgrading both hardware and firmware, and the latest version of software will need to be installed, which is available at;
VideosUsing the NanoScan Slit Profiler Using the NanoScan Slit Profiler
This tutorial is presented by Ophir-Spiricon sales engineers - the experts in the field of measuring lasers and in helping you get the most out of your laser beam.If you can't see the video please click here
Is your laser's beam profile shaped correctly for your application?
This video teaches the fundamentals of laser beam profiles and discusses the benefits of profiling your laser beam.
Several case studies are presented showing before and after laser beam profiles.
Modern production facilities must constantly increase throughput, at less cost, with less scrap, and with minimum downtime. In this video overview, you will learn how application of new, advanced technology in measurement devices, can help both designers and users of industrial laser systems to optimize and control their processes, so they can accomplish these goals and achieve consistently good results – both in quality and quantity. Read the full articleIf you can't see the video please click here
See for yourself how easy it is to use a NanoScan to measure your laser beam. This 3-minute video shows the NanoScan profiling both a HeNe and a high power laser.
Measuring Astigmatism the Easy Way
Reducing Production Bottlenecks Using Real Time Laser Beam Measurements
Upgrading NS v2 software from Standard to Professional
LENS 200 UV-XXXPH00090
Optional 200mm quartz lens for use between 190–400nm wavelengths.
LENS 400 UV-XXXPH00091
Optional 400mm quartz lens for use between 190–400nm wavelengths.
LENS 190 10.6PH00092
Optional 7.5-inch focal length lens for use at 10.6μm wavelength.
LENS 100 VISPH00093
Optional 100 mm focal length lens for use 400–700nm wavelength.
LENS 100 NIRPH00094
Optional 100 mm focal length lens for use 650–1000 nm wavelength.
LENS 100 LIRPH00095
Optional 100 mm focal length lens for use 1000–1550nm wavelength.
1740 LENS MNTPH00075
Lens mount for users wanting to use their own 25mm diameter lens.
ModeScan Rail w/o scan head, small scan head
1740 LENS PREPPH00076
ModeScan custom lens
Lens 400 2umPH00224
Optional 400mm focal length lens for use at @2μm wavelength
Lens 200mm VISPH00237
Optional 200mm focal length lens for use 400-700nm wavelength
Lens 400mm VISPH00238
Optional 400mm focal length lens for use 400-700nm wavelength
Lens 200mm NIRPH00239
Optional 200mm focal length lens for use 650-1000nm wavelength
Lens 400mm NIRPH00240
Optional 400mm focal length lens for use at 650-1000nm wavelength
Lens 200mm LIRPH00241
Optional 200mm focal length lens for use at 1000-1550nm wavelength
Lens 400mm LIRPH00242
Optional 400mm focal length lens for use at 1000-1550nm wavelength