In case you want your electronically record of laser measurements to be done quickly and effectively the ‘Screen Capture’ feature is the best way to go. ‘Screen Capture’ is a simple and quick method to save or print what is presently displayed in StarLab, Ophir’s Laser Measurement PC Software.
If you need to measure your laser beam’s power or energy, but the usual cable connection between the sensor and the meter is not practical, Ophir’s Quasar may be the right solution for you.
In case you weren’t aware -The ‘pass/fail’ feature can be used as a tool to perform QA final inspection on the laser. Developers can use this to demonstrate the results of a prototype laser to Management (or even VC’s!) as part of the pitch for funding.
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“You can do Profinet, right?”
John had just ordered 10 laser welding stations for his new car manufacturing facility. As a laser system integrator, you talked to him in detail about all the specs. What exactly does he need from the laser? What sort of control equipment does he have? What else does he need?
John added, almost as an afterthought – “The facility is in Germany, so of course we want all the lasers and devices running on Profinet. You can do that, right?”
Some people prefer to use a PC to display their laser measurements. Some use a power meter.
But if you are a service technician and find yourself lugging equipment from one site to the next, this might be your saving grace.
Ophir recently released an Android app called StarViewer.
You need a sensor (thermal, photodiode, pyroelectric) to measure laser power, but how do you take that raw measurement signal and move it to a display. You have a few options, and in this post will explore the benefits of Juno – as well as the cases when other options would be preferred.