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Fiber Optic Adapters for Ophir Sensors

Need to measure a laser beam coming out of a fiber? To do it right, the fiber will need to be suitably positioned in front of the sensor, and held steady.
Learn about fiber adapters for Ophir sensors in this video.

Service and Calibration at Ophir: What to Expect

Need your Ophir measurement instrument recalibrated or repaired?
In this video, we’ll walk you through the service process – from your initial request to receiving your equipment back – so that you’ll know what to expect.

VCSELs: How to Measure Their Power (Correctly)

Measuring VCSEL performance is absolutely critical in many applications, but it turns out to be quite tricky.
Learn about the technical challenges you’ll face when trying to measure VCSEL beams, and about the Ophir solutions that will help you.

LBS 300 HP NIR

The LBS-300HP-NIR beam splitter allows camera-based beam profiling for high power lasers.

Customized OEM Sensors with Ethernet Interface

Do you need to integrate a customized sensor into your system?
Learn about Ophir’s new “UAE” family of sensors with an Ethernet interface, for OEM applications.

Juno+:  Ophir's virtual USB laser power meter Interface introduction

The new Ophir Juno+ enables you to connect your Ophir “Smart Sensor” to your PC via USB. Your PC then becomes a full-featured laser power meter, either running Ophir’s StarLab software application, or perhaps communicating with your own system via our “COM Object”. Get a glimpse of its capabilities in this overview video.

16K-W-BB-55: Ophir's high power laser sensor introduction

For measuring high power laser beams all the way up to 16KW, Ophir offers the new sensor 16K-W-BB-55.
It boasts a large aperture, very high damage threshold, over temperature alarm to protect against cooling system failures…and lots more. Get introduced in this short video.

StarLab 3.40: What’s New

Support for Ophir’s newest instruments…Support for new measurement modes (such as “Pulsed Power” for measuring higher powers using lower-power sensors, “Low Frequency Power” for measuring power of VSCELs and similar slowly-pulsing sources, and more)…In this short video,

Laser Measurement Solutions for Medical Applications

The following video gives an overview of how Ophir measurement solutions are typically used in medical applications

IS6 Integrating Spheres: Product Family Overview

For applications that need a large Integrating Sphere, Ophir offers the IS6 series. These are 6” Integrating Spheres, available with and without built-in calibrated sensors, in a range of configurations. Get to know the IS6 family in this video.