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Laser Beam Diagnostics

Laser Beam Diagnostics

…(M2) Beam Propagation Analyzer - For measuring 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…

LaserCam-HR II

LaserCam-HR II

LaserCam-HR II LaserCam-HR II is Coherent’s new generation of digital USB 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…

LaserCam HR UV

LaserCam HR UV

…to the default trigger delay of the LaserCam-HR camera. This will assist in beam capture when 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,…

LaserCam HR-InGaAs

LaserCam HR-InGaAs

…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)

C24 Program

C24 Program

…help. Email: lmc.sales@coherent.com Phone: (800) 527-3786 PRICE HERE Close C24 Program Products Beam Diagnostic Cameras LaserCam-HR II - 1/2” USB Camera System (RoHS) LaserCam-HR II - 2/3” USB Camera System (RoHS) DB25 Energy Sensors J-10MB-HE J-10MB-LE J-10MT-10KHZ J-25MB-HE J-25MB-LE J-25MT-10KHZ…

LaserCam-HR II User Manual

LaserCam-HR II User Manual

LaserCam-HR II User Manual
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BeamView-USB with LaserCam-HR Quick Start Guide

BeamView-USB with LaserCam-HR Quick Start Guide

…camera, refer to the LaserCam-HR User Manual (1126917). For instructions on how to connect additional 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,…

Laser Focus World - September 2015

Laser Focus World - September 2015

…World
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L A S E R B E A M D I A G N O S T I C S continued
"Our best-selling beam diagnostic
camera is the 2/3 in. format LaserCamHR II," he notes. "This system incorporates a high-end CCD camera that
has been modified to provide the maximum level of linearity and uniformity…

BeamView-USB Software Installation Guide

BeamView-USB Software Installation Guide

BeamView-USB For LaserCam-HR, HR II, InGaAs & UV Cameras
Software Installation Guide
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COHR LaserCam-HRII DS 0318 2.pdf

COHR LaserCam-HRII DS 0318 2.pdf

LaserCam-HR II High-Resolution Laser Beam Profiling System LaserCam-HR II is our second generation of digital USB 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…

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

…· All LaserCam-HR camera systems are RoHS
compliant
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
LaserCam-HR

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

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

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least three different directions are needed. If scans could be made
from more directions, the three-dimensional reconstruction would
be even more accurate.
Of the four main types of spatial beam-profiling instrumentation,
camera- and scanning knife-edge-based systems…

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