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LaserCam HR-InGaAs

LaserCam HR-InGaAs

…High-resolution SWIR laser beam profiling system for applications in the 900 nm to 1700 nm wavelength range. This 14-bit, large area, uncooled InGaAs camera provides user programmable integration and incredibly fast capture rates with an optical dynamic range of greater than 1000:1. Contact Us…

BeamMaster USB Knife-Edge Based Beam Profilers

BeamMaster USB Knife-Edge Based Beam Profilers

…aperture as large as 9 mm with 1 µm resolution for larger beams. Measurements can be made from 190-1100 nm (Si-Enhanced) and from 800-1800 nm (InGaAs). Input powers can be as low as 10 µW. There is automatic gain control and an internal distortion-free optical attenuation filter provided (Si…

LaserCam HR UV

LaserCam HR UV

…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) and the repetition rate of the laser, the trigger delay feature assists in assuring that a valid laser pulse is captured on the camera…

Laser Beam Diagnostics

Laser Beam Diagnostics

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* ModeMaster PC M-Squared (M2) Beam…

BeamView-USB Software Installation Guide

BeamView-USB Software Installation Guide

Software Installation Guide BeamViewTM-USB for LaserCamTM-HR, HR II, InGaAs & UV Cameras

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

…BM-3 Si-Enhanced]
800 to 1800 [BM-7 InGaAs (3 or 5 mm), BM-3 InGaAs (3 mm)]
Sensor Aperture 9 mm square [BM-7 (Si-Enhanced)]
5 mm circular [BM-3 (Si-Enhanced)]
3 mm circular [BM-3 and BM-7 (InGaAs)]
(optional BM-7 InGaAs 5 mm available)
Minimum Beam Size (µm)…

Sapphire-Advantage-Low-Noise.pdf

Sapphire-Advantage-Low-Noise.pdf

…emitting laser) type chip is pumped by one or more laser diodes. This monolithic III-V semiconductor chip contains layers of tertiary quantum wells (InGaAs) alternated between binary (GaAs) layers. These binary layers are optimized to efficiently absorb pump radiation, resulting in a high population…

Microsoft Word - Understand Different Laser Beam  Rev 1 Final.doc

Microsoft Word - Understand Different Laser Beam Rev 1 Final.doc

…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
pixel sizes than CCD and CMOS arrays. Their typical pixel size is
in the order of 30 µm what limits the…

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final  Oct2015.pdf

CaseStudy Univ Regensburg final Oct2015.pdf

…[2].)
In addition, the time-averaged signal is mapped in the
frequency domain by means of a dispersive
monochromator equipped with an InGaAs diode array
and a silicon CCD. Together with the Pockels-detected
data, this setup allows the emitted spectrum to be
mapped from…

11-39-52 8rAA

11-39-52 8rAA

…DRAWING. CAGE NO. PROJ: DIMENSIONAL TOLERANCES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED 1/21/08 AA DWG NO. SH REV TITLE 1 AA 1139528 1139528 LASER CAM- HR - InGaAs, DIMENSIONAL DWG DECIMALS : .X .1 .XX .01 .XXX .005 .XXXX .0005 MACHINED HOLE DIA : .XX .005 .XXX +.003 -.002 MACHINED EXT DIA : .XX .01 .XXX .005…

Laser Focus World - September 2015

Laser Focus World - September 2015

…to 4.4 µm, consist of several different
imaging mediums such as silicon CCD,
phosphor-coated silicon, CMOS, indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs), and pyroelectric. As product specialist John
FIGURE 2. An Ophir-Spiricon Pyrocam IV
thermal camera is set up with a terahertzlaser system…

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