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Ophir Optronics, Inc.
260-A Fordham Road
Wilmington, MA, 01887



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Ophir Optronics, Inc.
260-A Fordham Road
Wilmington , MA  01887   USA
Phone: 800-383-0814
FAX: 978-657-6054
http://www.ophiropt.com
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Worcester MA 01604
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Phone: 508-755-5242
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Phone: 435-753-3729
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Laser Power and Energy Meter offers USB communications.

Laser Power and Energy Meter offers USB communications.

Ophir Optronics, Inc.    Wilmington, MA 01887
Jul 30, 2014 With USB option, StarLite Meter can communicate directly with PC and display all measurements on StarLab 3.0 laser measurement software. Handheld unit displays variety of beam measurements, including power, single shot energy, energy, and frequency of high repetition rate lasers as well as beam position and size. Equipped with 320 x 240 pixel TFT display with 16 mm digits, StarLite monitors power from pW to many kW or energy from pJ to hundreds of Joules.
Automated Laser Beam Propagation Analyzer supports 24/7 operation.

Automated Laser Beam Propagation Analyzer supports 24/7 operation.

Ophir Optronics, Inc.    Wilmington, MA 01887
May 28, 2014 Intended for use with pulsed or CW lasers from 266–1,300 nm, CCD camera-based M2-200s automatically measures beam quality in <2 min and supports continuous operation. This portable, ISO 11146-compliant system automatically measures M2, beam waist location and width, divergence, astigmatism, asymmetry ratio, and Rayleigh range for each axis. Input beam sizes can range from 0.5–10 mm, and manual mode allows for beams outside that range or wavelengths outside standard optical train.

Laser Beam Profiler uses optimized computation engine.

Ophir Optronics, Inc.    Wilmington, MA 01887
Feb 17, 2014 Leveraging computation engine that improves cycle time and UI responsiveness while also enhancing ability to work with apertures and partitions, BeamGage® v6.1 performs data acquisition and analysis of laser beam parameters. Solution can analyze different beams or sources of light and incorporates strip chart function that allows for zooming and panning as well as charting of partitions and storage of 10,000+ data points. Solution also includes 55+ measurements and calculations.

Laser Beam Monitoring System features non-contact design.

Ophir Optronics, Inc.    Wilmington, MA 01887
Feb 14, 2014 With BeamWatch, users can accurately measure parameters of lasers up to 100 KW. System makes set of complete measurements at camera update rates, measuring Rayleigh scatter caused by beam. This provides instant readings of focus spot size and beam position, as well as dynamic measurements of focal plane locations during process start-up. Suitable for YAG, disc, fiber, and diode lasers in 980–1,080 nm range, BeamWatch takes measurements without shutting down process.
Laser Sensor measures multiple functions in one device.

Laser Sensor measures multiple functions in one device.

Ophir Optronics, Inc.    Wilmington, MA 01887
Feb 14, 2014 Featuring water-cooled design, BeamTrack 1000W-BB-34-Quad Thermal Detector measures power from 15–1,000 W and energy from 300 mJ to 300 J. Beam position is accurate to 0.5 mm, and can be logged to record beam wander. In addition to Juno PC interface, sensor includes Smart Connector interface that operates with StarLite, Nova II, and Vega smart displays. Display is automatically configured and calibrated when plugged into laser measurement head.

Pyroelectric Laser Energy Sensor measures as low as 50 nJ.

Ophir Optronics, Inc.    Wilmington, MA 01887
Jan 09, 2014 Featuring broad spectral range operating from 150 nm to 12 µm, Model PE9-ES-C measures at high repetition rates up to 10 kHz. Unit features 8 mm active aperture area and supports pulse widths to 20 µs. User-adjustable threshold prevents false readings in noisy environments, while built-in wavelength correction ensures accuracy and repeatability. Up to 250,000 points of data can be stored on-board in nonvolatile memory and can be sent to computer for analysis and storage.

Commercial Power Sensor measures fiber lasers up to 100 kW.

Ophir Optronics, Inc.    Wilmington, MA 01887
Sep 24, 2013 With response time of less than 1 minute, 100K-W Laser Power Meter measures high power beams at distance past focal spot of laser or, alternatively, at distance from diverging fiber output where beam has expanded to about 100 mm diameter. Portable unit consists of 50 x 50 cm beam dump and 11 x 15 x 34 cm water flow power measurement unit. Meter connects to PC via RS-232 and includes software that displays and graphs power and water flow rate.

Pyroelectric Energy Sensors support pulse widths to 20 ms.

Ophir Optronics, Inc.    Wilmington, MA 01887
Jul 29, 2013 With repetition rates to 10 kHz, PE50-DIF-ER-C offers energy measurement down to 100 µJ and has diffuser for high damage thresholds up to 20 J/cm˛ for 300 µs pulses. PE50BB-DIF-C, with flat broadband coating, measures energies down to 0.1 mJ and has flat spectral response from 0.19–20 µm with diffuser removed. With diffuser, sensor supports energy densities up to 3 J/cm˛ for nanosecond pulses. Both have active aperture areas to 46 mm and user-adjustable threshold that prevents false readings.

Laser Power Meter measures up to 30 kW.

Ophir Optronics, Inc.    Wilmington, MA 01887
May 21, 2013 Featuring 74 mm aperture for large diameter beams, 30K-W Laser Power Meter measures YAG and fiber lasers in 800-2,000 nm range and CO2 lasers at 10.6 microns. Meter is based on thermopile technology. Reflective cone deflects laser beam onto inner circumference of sensor, minimizing power density to manageable levels. Created for material processing lasers used in metal cutting and welding, meter offers response time of less than 10 sec and can withstand max average power density up to 10 kW/cm˛.

Thermal Detector measures laser power, position, and size.

Ophir Optronics, Inc.    Wilmington, MA 01887
May 15, 2013 Available with 12–50 mm aperture sizes, BeamTrack FL250A-BB-50-PPS measures power, beam position, and beam size of lasers up to 250 W. Unit also measures energy from 80 mJ to 300 J and provides information on beam centering and wander. Beam position is accurate to 0.2 mm and beam size is accurate to +/-5% for Gaussian beam. Capable of measuring spectral range from 150 nm to 20 µm, detector features Smart Connector interface that operates with StarLite, Nova II, and Vega smart displays.


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