1. Very High Power Water-Cooled Thermal Sensor: 15K-W-BB-45

    Ophir Photonics’ new 15K-W-BB-45 is a high damage threshold sensor designed to measure continuous laser power from 100 W to 15,000 W over the spectral range from 0.8 to 2 µm and 10.6 µm. This compact, water-cooled, thermal laser power measurement sensor features a deflecting cone and annular absorber that tolerates high power densities up to 10 kW/cm2.

  2. Interferometer System For Multiple Surface Testing: Verifire™ MST

    The Verifire™ MST is a laser interferometer system designed specifically for precise optical metrology of multiple surfaces simultaneously, including plane parallel components with multiple reflections. In classical interferometer applications, the system uses wavelength shifting of phase, and ZYGO’s patented Fourier Transform Phase Shifting Interferometry (FTPSI) to measure up to four-surface cavities.

  3. 0-60 Degree Polarization Optimized Anti-Reflection (AR) Coatings

    Abrisa Technologies provides very wide angle anti-reflection (AR) coatings for p-plane and s-plane polarization.  These coatings support high throughput efficiency for broad angle polarization sensitive applications such as switchable Bragg gratings and spatial light modulators (SLM) used in laser beam steering, image enhancement, near-to-eye displays, telecommunications, and other low-loss wide-angle applications.  Durable hard dielectric AR layer construction enables use of these coatings in “tough” outdoor and industrial environments.  Enhanced easy-to-clean oleophobic/hydrophobic options are available. 

  4. BeamCheck™ Beam Profiling System For Additive Manufacturing

    The Ophir Photonics BeamCheck™ beam profiling system is designed specifically for measuring critical laser beam parameters in laser-based additive manufacturing systems. A CCD camera is used for spatial measurements, and an NIST-traceable power sensor is utilized to provide a complete analysis of laser power density profiles.

  5. Telops Measurement Services

    Telops offers a team of R&D and application field scientists with the experience and expertise needed to analyze data and turn your project into a success. In collaboration with Université de Reims, Telops is also able to provide measurement services to detect and characterize defects in a wide variety of materials using active infrared imaging.

  6. M2 Laser Beam Propagation System for Continuous Use Applications

    BeamSquared™ is a high accuracy M2 laser beam propagation system that measures beam quality to optimize performance in continuous use applications, from scientific research to rapid prototyping to fabrication and machining. A compact, portable device, the system provides automated measurements of the propagation characteristics of CW and pulsed lasers in under one minute. It is durable and operationally robust, ensuring reliable, high accuracy measurements of lasers. Users can run the system in automated mode from UV to NIR, and telecom wavelengths, and in manual mode for terahertz and CO2 laser beams. 

  7. Industrial Diode Laser Modules: LuOcean P2

    LASER COMONENTS’ LuOcean P2 series is composed of lasers designed for industrial use, featuring an optical output power of 20-170 W in pumping, illumination, and medical treatment applications. The ready-to-use diode laser systems stand out with low operating currents, precise optical power control, simple driver design, and high lifetime lengths.

  8. Transportable Mass Spectrometers

    BaySpec presents two new transportable mass spectrometers (MS) ideally suited for a variety of bulk or trace detection applications involving counter-terrorism, drug analysis, forensics, biomedical, environmental, industrial, and military, police, and homeland security. With a compact design and intuitive user software, the MS is small enough to be carried by one person and is compatible with in situ, ambient analysis techniques.

  9. Scientific CMOS Cameras: pco.edge

    PCO offers a family of scientific CMOS (sCMOS) cameras featuring high-resolution, high quantum efficiency, high frame rates, high dynamic range, and availability with various interface options. These cameras are designed to provide low latency, low jitter, real-time signals between a camera and frame grabber while carrying image data, control data, and trigger events. These cameras feature 2048 x 2048 pixel resolution (2560 x 2160 in the 5.5 model), and the option of Camera Link HS (CLHS).

  10. High-Speed Science-Grade MWIR Camera: FLIR X8500sc

    FLIR offers the X8500sc as its new high-sensitivity, high-speed MWIR camera for science and R&D applications. With 1280 x 1024 resolution, fast frame rates, and RAM/SSD recording, this camera allows for full imaging of the scene and stop motion on high speed events both in the lab or on the test range.