Laser Beam Profiler, CW, 3mm Aperture with 7 Knife-edge, InGaAs Detector
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BeamMaster-USB BM-7 InGaAs is a high-precision 3mm circular with 7 knife edges InGaAs detector scanning laser beam profiler, which can be configured to sample, measure and display cross-sectional profiles and/or 2D and 3D image plots in real time up to 5 Hz. Selectable averaging of 1-20 samples provides noise reduction and maximizes measurement accuracy.
The BeamMaster model BM-7 uses seven individual knife-edges on a rotating drum to scan the beam through seven different axes in a single rotation. This provides more accurate measurements of the true beam shape and dimensions by tomographically combining the data from all seven scans to reconstruct a profile of the beam. This technique also makes locating the angular orientation of elliptical beam major/minor axes much easier than searching by rotating the sensor head around the optical beam axis.
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- Measurement Rate: 5 Hz
- Wavelength Range: 800 to 1800nm
- Sensor Aperture:3 mm circular InGaAs Detector
- Minimum Beam Size: 15µm
- Beam Size Resolution 1 μm for beams >100 μm in size/ (0.1 μm for beams <100 μm in size)
- Position Measurement Resolution: 1µm
- Position Measurement Accuracy: ±15µm
- Beam Width Measurement Accuracy: ±2%
- Beam Power Range: 10 μW to 5 mW
- CW laser beam shape, power and position measurements
- 0.1 µm resolution and high dynamic range
- Real-time Windows1 display, analysis and data-logging system
- USB interface now available, compatible with Windows XP 32-bit, Windows Vista 32-bit and 64-bit, and Windows 7 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems
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