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BeamTrack Laser Position and Size Sensor, 150 mW to 250 W, Ø50 mm, 0.19-20 µm
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BeamTrack Sensors with StarLab

Support for BeamTrack sensors with Vega, Nova II, Juno, EA-1, StarLite and StarBright in StarLab application is now available. Follow step-by-step instructions to upgrade the embedded software in the BeamTrack sensor with the StarLab application

When working with other meters and interfaces it is not necessary to update the embedded software of the PE-C.

Note: BeamTrack sensors can't be upgraded via EA-1 interface.


  • Product Name
  • Aperture Size
    Ø50 mm
  • Absorber Type
    BB - Broadband general purpose
  • Spectral Range
    0.19-20 µm
  • Minimum Power
    150 mW
  • Maximum Average Power
    250 W
  • Minimum Pulse Energy
    80 mJ
  • Maximum Pulse Energy
    300 J
  • Maximum Average Power Density
    10 kW/cm²
  • Response Time
    2.8 s
  • Maximum Energy Density <100 ns
    0.3 J/cm²
  • Maximum Energy Density 2 ms
    10 J/cm²
  • BeamTrack Functions
  • Cooling
  • Dimensions
    90 x 90 x 105 mm (LxWxD)
  • Cable Length
    1.5 m
  • CE Compliance
  • UKCA Compliance
  • China RoHS Compliance


BeamTrack Measures Power, Energy, Size and Position

Ophir BeamTrack Sensor Series, the industry's first thermal sensors that combine power and energy measurement, beam position, and beam size in a single compact device.

Sensors for Measuring Laser Power

In this short "Basics" video we review in general how one goes about measuring laser beam power, so that you'll have a clear understanding of what the different sensor types are, and when to use each type.

How to Measure Power of Broadband Sources

This video explains how to use Ophir sensors and meters to measure the power or energy of broadband light sources such as solar radiation, flash lamps, LEDs, etc.

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