The quality of the radiation is often referred to in material processing and measurement technology. Depending on the application, the quality is determined by the temporal and local stability of the output power, the width of the frequency spectrum, the temporal and local coherence, and the magnitude of the beam divergence, which is related to the extent to which the radiation can be focused.
DataRay's WinCamD LCM beam profile camera provides now USB 3.0 frame rates of 30Hz at very high resolution.
Analizador de perfil de haz láser (beam profiler) por cámara para aplicaciones con haces de gran tamaño, hasta 20 x 15 mm
By means of the described UV converter optics the measurement of the intensity distribution of UV laser radiation with standard Si-based CCD or CMOS cameras is possible.
The TaperCamD-UCD12 system is specialized on the analysis of extended laser beams with a compact, high-resolution 14-bit CCD digital camera
The unique in the linear scanning system BeamScope P8 is the measuring tongue of the detector. To move perpendicular to the beam propagation direction through the beam and thus performs a linear scanning motion.
This optical beam reducer to be connected to the C-mount a camera WinCamD-ray analysis is used when the beam diameter of the laser is much greater than the sensor chip or of the taper.
The Beam Profiler BladeCam-XHR and WinCamD-XHR cameras are high resolution beam analysis cameras with 3 megapixels
The BeamScope scanhead can be mounted at different angles (0°, +/-45°, +/-90°).
The Beam Profiler BladeCam-HR is suitable with a housing depth of only 6.5 mm suited for beam profile analysis at locations with limited space.