The BladeCam-XHR combines an extremely compact design (housing depth of only 6.5 mm) with a very high resolution of the sensor.
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Availability date: 08/25/2016
The beam analysis camera of the XHR series is available in two versions. While the big brother WinCamD-XHR with a housing of 61 x 67 x 29 mm is relatively large, the BladeCam design impresses with its compact dimensions of 46 x 46 x 11.5 mm. This makes it currently the smallest beam profile camera on the market.
Depending on the model, the ½ "CMOS sensor can display wavelengths from 190 nm to 1680 nm. The minimum beam diameter is 32 μm. This beam analysis camera is connected to the computer via a USB 2.0 interface.
To protect the CMOS sensor, the beam analysis camera includes three ND filters (ND1, 2 and 4).
The freely available software is included in the beam analysis camera and is fully supported by DataRay and provided with regular updates. Adjustments to the user can be made and also the fully automated M² measurement is supported. The M² option is suitable for this.
Technical characteristics of the BeamProfiler (beam analysis camera):
1/2"CMOS, 1.3 MPix, 10-bit
2048 x 1536 zu je 3,2 x 3,2
Active area: (mm)
6,5 x 4,9
Auto (optical), synchronous & variable delay, TTL input / output
1 - 355
260 - 1150
355 - 1150
1290 - 1330 (Residual sensitivity, tested)
1480 - 1680 (direct phosphor coating)
1480 - 1680
smallest beam diameter (1/e²): (µm)
largest beam diameter (1/e²): (mm)
Dynamic range (without attenuation):
43.5 dB; Signal/RMS-noise 20.000:1
1-10 Hz depending on active area and PC
1 GHz Pentium, Windows XP Pro / Vista / 7/8, 512 MB RAM, 10 MB Drive Space, Monitor 1024 x 768 Pix. USB2.0 port