…the LaserCam-HR camera. This will assist in beam capture when the laser is fired after an external trigger signal that is shorter than the default camera trigger delay. Depending on the default trigger delay of the camera (150 µsec for the CMOS camera types and 20 µsec for the InGaAs LaserCam-HR)…
…M2 and other beam analysis functions for CW lasers.
* LaserCam-HR Family - Two New LaserCam products joining an already successful LaserCam-HR camera.
* BeamMaster USB Knife-Edge Based Beam Profilers - Cross-sectional profiles or 2D/3D image plots in real time up to 5 Hz.
* ModeMaster PC Scan Head…
Software Installation Guide BeamViewTM-USB for LaserCamTM-HR, HR II, InGaAs & UV Cameras
…LaserCam-HR camera systems are RoHS
Multiple channel camera support of different LaserCam-HR
camera models is available for all three LaserCam-HR camera
types (UV, visible, and InGaAs).
Variable camera exposure time available with the entire
…their pixels. In case of
CCD or CMOS camera arrays, the typical pixel size is in the order
of 4 µm to10 µm which means that a beam should be larger than
50 µm to 60 µm to ensure that enough pixels contribute to an
accurate measurement. InGaAs arrays have considerably larger
camera (as well as scanning-slit)-based
beam-profiling systems. Its high-resolution cameras, with pixel pitches down
to 4.4 µm, consist of several different
imaging mediums such as silicon CCD,
phosphor-coated silicon, CMOS, indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs), and…
…Instruments, Acton, MA) with a 1200 grooves/mm
holographic visible grating and a Pixis 2048 3 2048 backilluminated charge-coupled device (CCD) camera (Princeton Instruments, Trenton, NJ) thermoelectrically cooled to
À55 8 C. The single-stage spectrograph was interfaced via
a 25 lm…