Laser Beam Profiler, 190-1100nm, 2/3 inches CCD Camera, CW and Pulsed mode

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Fabricant Coherent


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The LaserCam-HR II is the new generation of digital USB 2.0 bus-powered, high-resolution, large-area beam profiling cameras. The LaserCam-HR II features 2/3-inch format CCD camera that provide greater dynamic range and lower noise than the previous generation. The cameras include Coherent’s BeamView software package, long recognized as a flexible, fast, and user friendly beam diagnostics software platform. BeamView-USB is Windows 7 and Windows 8 compatible (32-bit and 64-bit versions).

LaserCam-HR II 2/3inch is supplied with a 3 inch tall post and stand, USB cable, LDFP, and a NIST traceable calibration certificate.

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  • 2/3 inches CCD Camera
  • USB bus-powered low voltage operation
  • Broad spectral range: 150 nm to 1100 nm / 400 nm to 1100 nm (with LDFP) / 190 nm to 355 nm (with BIP-12F)
  • Digital output through USB 2.0 eliminates the need for an interface card (frame-grabber)
  • High-accuracy beam diameter calculations
  • Excellent beam spatial uniformity
  • Variable camera exposure time
  • Compact size
  • High-speed image capture rates (up to 15 frames per second)
  • Pass/Fail TTL level output
  • RS-232 and TCP/IP communication protocols
  • RoHS compliant
  • Benefits

  • LaserCam-HR II Applications: Scientific, UV Lasers, Telecommunication Sources, Military Laser Systems

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