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LBS 300

The LBS-300 beam sampler allows you to safely measure laser beams with diameters up to 15mm and powers ranging from 10mW to ~400W using a CCD camera. This video describes the LBS-300 features.

PD300-MS Microscope Slide Power Meter

Experiments using fluorescence microscopy?
Ophir’s new PD300-MS Microscope Slide Power Meter lets you accurately measure the exact amount of light applied to a specimen, so experimental results across different equipment can be…objectively compared.
The PD300-MS has the footprint of a standard microscope slide, and goes right in the object plane of your microscope.

Introducing BeamWatch AM

BeamWatch AM is an integrated laser measurement system designed to measure critical laser beam parameters for laser-based additive manufacturing systems.

Low Power Measurements: Best Practices

Measuring very low power beams of light can be tricky; even small values of noise, drift or offset can have major impact on your readings.
In this video, we’ll look at some best practices that can help you get the best performance from your very low power measurements.

High-Power Laser Process Monitoring: A Tale of Two Tools

Struggling to keep the quality of your industrial laser process consistently high enough?
Meet 2 Ophir instruments that enable you to keep a close tab on your laser process, without getting in its way, so it can be kept stable, consistent, and…maximally profitable.

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

Meet Ophir’s new sensor specifically designed for measuring IPL pulses: L40(150)A-IPL.
In this video, you’ll learn how this sensor can help you overcome the 4 main challenges for correctly measuring pulses in IPL systems.

Laser Parameters for Choosing a Sensor: The pitfall of worst case combinations

Have you fallen into the Worst Case Combination Trap?
Let’s say your laser spec gives a range of values for various parameters. Power from X to Y, beam size from this to that…etc.
Unless the “worst case” numbers for all of the laser parameters will really happen together at once, looking for a sensor that could handle that can lead you to some serious overkill.
Learn how to steer clear of that trap in this video.

“Additional Error with Frequency” – What is That?

In many laser energy sensor specifications, there is an item called "Additional error with frequency".
Learn what that means, and why and when it happens, in this video.


Ophir StarLab, laser measurement software various functions & application overview

Tech Tip: Laser Measurement Affected by Distance

Can a laser measurement depend on the distance from the laser to the sensor?
The answer is…well, it’s not supposed to. But sometimes it does.
In this video, you’ll learn what could make that happen - and what to do about it.

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