Learn how to use the Ariel, Ophir’s new ultra-compact "All in One" sensor for measuring high power industrial lasers up to 8KW.
You have some experience with lasers – enough to know that you want to verify its performance; so you start looking for a tool to measure the laser’s power or energy. Well, now what? How does one choose the appropriate type of sensor, and meter (display)?
How do you decide which meter (display, instrument) is best for your needs? Learn how in this video.
Now you can measure irradiance and dosage in applications using broadband UV and visible LEDs. In this short video, you’ll learn what the Ophir PD300RM-UVA does, and how to use it.
Designed for OEM and end-user applications in closed and confined spaces, such as additive manufacturing, metal cutting, and welding, the Ariel power meter is a robust, battery-powered device that requires no water or fan cooling and is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand. The system measures laser powers from 200mW to 8KW, and at a wide range of wavelengths, including 440-550nm green and blue lasers, increasingly popular in copper welding.
Learn how to measure your laser beam in this video that describes the basics of laser beam profiling. Find out which different shapes of "beam profile" or spatial energy distribution are required for different laser applications, such as welding and cutting. Check out the impact that laser beam diameter has on laser power density. The video gives an overview of the most critical types of laser measurements.
Now you can learn how power and energy measurement works, and find out which technology is best for measuring each aspect of your laser
In this webinar you will learn:
• Technology behind how laser power and energy measurement works
• What type of equipment you should use to measure each laser parameter
The Ophir Wide Beam Imager accessory is a compact, calibrated optical system for measuring the size and power distribution of large and divergent beams of VCSELs, LEDs, edge emitting
lasers, and fiber lasers. It lets you analyze beams that are too large or too divergent for a conventional beam profiler alone
This series of short videos will help you learn to use the Centauri, Ophir's New Advanced Touch-Screen Laser Power Meter
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