Why does measuring your laser beam help you maintain quality processes? In this video, we explain the purpose of measuring your beam with three case studies the illustrate success.
Is your laser's focus spot where you think it is? This video shows the focal shift of a 100Kw laser during the first four seconds of startup using BeamWatch, Ophir's non-contact high power beam analyzer.
Meet Ophir’s high performance energy sensors for pulsed UV lasers (and not only for UV…). These sensors are the perfect solution for pulsed lasers at 193nm and 248nm. They offer -
- Absolute calibration, even in the UV
- And…High damage threshold, even in the UV
This video is a demonstration of how BeamGage with UltraCal eliminates noise from the measurement of a laser beam, improving the accuracy of measurement.
Providing you with premium quality products comes with a massive responsibility. That’s why we perform strict post-production quality tests. From inspection, throughout assembly and packing, the optics are handled in a class 1,000 clean room.
This video offers quick introductions to Ophir-Spiricon laser beam profiling products for additive manufacturing, high-power lasers using CCD cameras or non-contact measurement devices, BeamGage camera based profiling, no attenuation slit-based profilers and the Pyrocam camera measuring 13nm to 3000 microns.
Ophir's BeamTrack Sensor Series combines power and energy measurement, beam position, and beam size in a single compact device.
The Ophir FluxGage 604 TM compact measurement system for LED luminaires delivers x and y color coordinates, CCT and illuminance within seconds. FluxGage is Everything To Get Your Light Right.
Camera based laser beam profiling allows real time viewing and measuring of a beams spatial uniformity. This video explains why BeamGage is the worlds most advanced beam profiling platform and how to select the correct camera to measure your beam.
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