…LaserCam-HR cameras to USB 2.0 PC ports, refer to either the LaserCam-HR User Manual (1126917), or the BeamView-USB software Help file. Unpacking The LaserCam-HR is a digital CMOS camera, designed for use with a USB 2.0 interface. The camera, trigger cable, rotational camera mount, and CDROM…
…190 nm to 355 nm. This UV model is robust when used with the harsh UV wavelengths that often degrade typical beam diagnostic cameras. The cameras include Coherent’s BeamView software package, long recognized as a flexible, fast, and user-friendly beam diagnostics software platform. BeamView-USB is…
…the camera during the cameras exposure time. The LaserCam-HR and LaserCam-HR-UV have a default integration time of 10 msec and the LaserCam-HR-InGaAs camera is set to a default value of 1 msec for optimum performance. Related Materials Drawings LaserCam-HR-InGaAs White Papers BeamView USB Software…
BeamView-USB For LaserCam-HR, HR II, InGaAs & UV Cameras
Software Installation Guide
showing Trigger Delay setting
BeamView Analyzer Software Features
BeamView Analyzer Software
BeamView software provides several functions that optimize
the optical dynamic range available in the camera to achieve
maximum measurement accuracy.The Automatic…
…2.0 bus-powered, high-resolution, large-area cameras. The LaserCam-HR II family includes 1/2-inch and 2/3-inch format CCD cameras that provide greater dynamic range and lower noise than the previous generation. The cameras include Coherent's BeamView software package, long recognized as a flexible,…
…laser-grade, low-distortion filter with
each camera instead. This camera hardware is then calibrated for linearity and
tested to ensure it is accurately measuring beam diameter."
Associated BeamView software analyzes the raw camera data and provides a
graphical representation of…
…connector on the
LaserCam-HR II camera (see Figure 3-1).
Do not connect the USB cable to the computer until instructed
to do so.
LaserCam-HR II will interface through the USB 2.0 connector of
any compatible PC using Coherent BeamView Version 4.8.1 software.
Most camera types have a small period of
vulnerability, between one image and the next,
where the incident light on the camera sensor
is not being recorded or is otherwise invalid
(analogous to a camera shutter being closed).
For CW laser…
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