Measurement technology with lasers is extremely precise and already in frequent use. Since there is no contact with the measuring object when a laser is used, soft, sticky, hot, or otherwise sensitive surfaces can be measured. There is no wear on the sensor during the process. The first step for creating perfect interior design is precise surveying. Laser measuring devices simplify workflows, enable precise transmission of process values, and increase productivity through enormous time and cost savings. Laser 2000 offers high-precision, compact, and robust laser measuring devices.
In combination with the Beam Profiler "WindCamD", the ND filter is used to attenuate or suppress the ambient light.
The BladeCam-XHR combines an extremely compact design (housing depth of only 6.5 mm) with a very high resolution of the sensor.
M2 or Beam Quality factor is a dimensionless parameter that characterizes the degree of imperfection of a real-world laser beam. The lower the value of M2 , the more tightly the beam can be focused to a small spot.
A main feature of the WinCamD is the optional M2 Stage. Thus, it can be easily extended to a complete M2 measurement system.
Laser beam profiler with fiber optic taper for characterizing large laser beams up to 25 mm x 25 mm.
These C-mount connection flanges (ETCM) can be easily combined with CUB, EAM and all WinCamD attenuators.
This adapter plate is also available for the Beam Profiler BeamMap and BeamR 1st generation.
Based on the patented multi plane scanning technology the scanning system the BeamMap allows the measurement of focal position, beam diameter (according to ISO 11146), divergence and the M2 factor of different focussed cw or qcw laser beams in real time.
Extended version of the proven WinCamD with increased sensor resolution.
Extended WinCamD version with the highest resolution of this product family.
The Line Laser Profiling System (LLPS) is a complete solution for analyzing line lasers up to 200 mm in length and down to 55 μm in width.
The Polarization Preserving Beam Sampler (PPBS) uses a dual wedge design to sample a small percentage of a beam’s power for laser beam profiling applications.