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.
If you are a serious laser user, you know how important it is to measure it.
Power is the simplest way to gain an understanding of your laser, although it certainly doesn’t stop there.