Ophir’s Laser peak power calculator can provide a good estimation for the peak power and peak power density of a pulsed laser. These estimates can be very useful when choosing the right optical elements and suitable sensors for your system without the need to fully characterize the laser pulses.
As electric vehicles enter the mass market, productions lines need to as efficient as possible. In order to assure quality in the automated process, it is essential to measure the laser source of the welder regularly.
Jim purchased a very high power laser. After a few years he noticed something was wrong with the laser and had to halt his entire production line while he waited for the necessary repair. Read more:
Ophir has two sensors specially made to handle IPL energy measurement. These sensors make it much easier to keep the IPL systems in check, but how can you be sure that the sensors themselves are accurate?
Meet Ophir’s “Scope Adapter” for Pyroelectric sensors. The adapter connects between the sensor & the meter. A BNC connector carries an analog voltage signal that represents the energy of each pulse, at up to the maximum pulse rate that the sensor can respond to, without being limited by the maximum pulse rate of the meter.
Over the past 50 years, laser technology has become an integral part of modern medicine. Since a laser beam provides a vehicle for delivering energy in such a precisely controlled way, and without physical contact, it’s not surprising that the laser has found so much use in medical applications. The following video describes recent Ophir laser measurement solutions for medical applications and laser beam analysis:
Centauri now connects to our well established StarLab PC application! The StarLab application together with a Centauri meter turns your PC into a full-fledged advanced laser power/energy meter at your fingertips on your PC keyboard