Do you make laser-based systems, for example for an industrial, medical, or scientific process?
And do you find yourself in an ever-expanding loop trying to find a way to keep your process properly controlled and stable…and completely predictable?
Integrating a customized laser measurement tool into your system, to monitor the laser’s performance so that your process continues to do just what you expect it to do, makes good sense – and in some applications it’s even a regulatory requirement.
Major laser manufacturers, and system integrators, have been trusting Ophir as their partner for over 40 years. Whatever industry you’re involved in…whatever the application…We’ll work with you, from design through production, to put together a measurement solution that gives you exactly what you need.
Depending on your application, various configurations can be used, such as:
- Just a sensor, with raw analog output
- Sensor with electronics providing an amplified – or digital – output
- Complete instrument, including numeric display and/or PC interface
- Custom designed solution for special requirements
- Sensors with Ethernet interface (UAE) for direct Ethernet interface of the Customized Solutions (OEM).
What happens when you have an application that requires a specific sensor with respect to technology and mechanical applications? You know that a standard Ophir sensor works, but you want to tweak the specification and mechanical size a little to fit your application. You call your Ophir representative and ask about OEM sensors. Read more >
The beauty of integrating an OEM sensor into your laser system is that you get to call the shots. What matters to you the most? Accuracy? Size? Output type? Tell us what you need and we’ll make it happen. Julian Marsden, the head of our electrical engineering department, wrote up a white paper to show you some of the OEM energy sensor options that are available. Read more >
Ophir has the widest selection of OEM laser measurement solutions, with practically any permutation of sensor, interface, and feature set you could imagine. If you take a look at the 2019 catalog, you will see dozens of OEM solutions for laser power measurement. These vary by power level, sensor technology, and interface type. However, each of these is really only an archetype. Read more >
The global medical industry incorporates thousands of lasers into its arsenal of treatment tools. Wavelengths from UV to Far-infrared are used for everything from Lasik eye surgery to cosmetic skin resurfacing. Visible wavelengths are used in dermatology and ophthalmology to target selective complementary color chromophores. Read more >