Laser Beam Profilers

The trusted leader in laser beam profiling and M2 measurements, Ophir provides a complete range of solutions for beam characterization for any wavelength, at any power and for any beam diameter.
Ophir works with our customers to enhance capabilities and productivity in the Additive Manufacturing, Semiconductor, Industrial, Research, Life and Health sciences, and Defense markets by using Ophir’s product for beam shaping and beam alignment at different position along the optical path of their sources.

  • See Your Beam As Never Before

    With BeamGage®, the camera-based beam profiling system consists of a camera and analysis software

  • NEW Laser Beam Profiler Finder

    Easily find the Camera or Slit based beam profiler that best suits your application including the needed accessories

  • Wide Beam Imager (WB-I)

    For Measuring Large and Divergent Beams of VCSELs, LEDs, Edge Emitting Lasers, and Fiber Lasers

  • LBS-300HP-NIR Attenuator for High Power Lasers

  • BeamWatch® AM

    Winner of the Laser Focus World
    Innovators Platinum Award
    Integrated Beam profiling system
    for Additive Manufacturing Systems

  • NanoScan 2S

    Measure laser beam width precisely with
    little or no attenuation

  • Automotive Industry – Face the Challenges

    Laser-based manufacturing and laser-based sensing play a key role in today’s mobility. Reliable part quality and safe usage depends on the laser beam quality

Beam Profiling

Beam Profiler Finder

Ophir's beam profiler finder allows you to easily find the beam profiler that best suits your application

M Squared - Beam Propagation Analysis

Offering a number of solutions for the M² measurement, ranging from simple manual processes to fully automated dedicated instruments.

High Power Solutions

Ophir Spiricon Beam analysis of high-powered industrial lasers products that have proven to be solutions for laser users who operate and maintain these high-powered lasers.


Our accessories are complementary products to our beam profiling imaging devices in order to achieve proper beam sizes and power levels so that you can achieve the most accurate measurements possible.