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February 19, 2014
Noncontact industrial beam monitoring system has no power restrictions
Ophir Photonics has introduced the newest version of BeamWatch™, a noncontact focus spot size and position monitor for very high-power YAG and fiber lasers used in material processing applications such as automotive and aerospace... Read more...
October 4, 2013
Commercial power sensor measures very high-power fiber lasers
Ophir Photonics, a Newport Corp. brand, has introduced the 100K-W laser power meter. According to the company, it is the first commercial sensor for measuring very high-power 100-kW lasers.
Designed for fiber lasers used in industrial... Read more...
September 30, 2013
YAG, fiber laser monitoring system requires no contact with beam
Ophir Photonics has introduced BeamWatch™, a noncontact focus-spot size and position monitor for high-power YAG and fiber lasers.
Without contacting the laser beam, the system takes measurements every 60 ms, providing instant readings... Read more...
May 23, 2013
Power meter measures very high-power lasers directly
Ophir Photonics has introduced the 30 K-W Laser Power Meter. It allows direct measurement of YAG and fiber lasers from 800 to 2,000 nm and CO2 lasers at 10.6 microns. The 2.91-in.-wide aperture handles large-diameter beams.
Using thermopile... Read more...
March 10, 2009
Laser beam analysis system designed for enhanced data baseline accuracy
Ophir-Spiricon has introduced the BeamGage™ laser beam analysis system. It is based on UltraCal™, the company's patented baseline correction algorithm that helped establish the ISO 11146-3 standard for beam measurement accuracy. The... Read more...
August 12, 2008
Laser optics packaging eliminates need for wrapping paper, plastic bag
The CO2 Optics Group of Ophir Optronics Ltd. has introduced EZ-Pack packaging for industrial laser optics. The packaging is composed of polyethylene terephthalate, a recyclable plastic widely used in the beverage industry. The lens practically... Read more...