When it comes to characterizing a laser beam in the UV to near-IR range, a beam profiler is the go-to solution.
Thanks to its unique combination of high pixel density and large sensor size, the BEAMAGE series of laser beam diagnostics instruments has the double advantage of accurately characterising both very small beams of only a few tens of microns to larger beams of several millimeters in width, thus effectively covering most applications in one package.
The simple software is highly intuitive and yet includes many great functions, useful both for basic or advanced users. Furthermore, the calculations done by the software are ISO-compliant and give the user the most accurate beam characterization available, all this in a lightweight environment that doesn’t take days to fully master.
Beam profiling camera.
CMOS sensor: 11.3 x 6.0 mm,
2.2 MPixels, 2048 x 1088,
5.5 μm pixels.
Beam profiling camera with phosphor coating for IR wavelengths (1495-1595 nm). CMOS sensor: 11.3 x 6.0 mm, 2.2 MPixels, ...
Beam profiling camera. CMOS sensor: 11.3 x 11.3 mm, 4.2 MPixels, 2048 x 2048, 5.5 μm pixels.
Beam profiling camera with phosphor coating for IR wavelengths (1495-1595 nm). CMOS sensor: 11.3 x 11.3 mm, 4.2 MPixels,...
Beam profiling camera with fiber optic taper for large beams. Effective aperture of 20.5 x 20.5 mm (with CMOS sensor of ...