Ophir Photonics News

  1. Ophir-Spiricon Announces New Training Tools For BeamGage®, Laser Beam Profiling System

    Ophir Photonics Group rec announced a new training tool for BeamGage®, the laser beam profiling system. "Understanding BeamGage: The BeamGage Training DVD" provides an in-depth look at how to get the most from your laser using this powerful analysis software.

  2. Ophir Photonics Announces New Thermal Laser Power Sensors With Wide Dynamic Range, Low Noise, Fast Response Time

    Ophir Photonics Group recently announced the F50A-BB-18 thermal power/energy laser measurement sensor. Designed for continuous use at higher laser powers, the F50A-BB-18 is a compact, fan-cooled sensor with a wide dynamic range. It measures powers from 10mW to 50W and energies from 6mJ to 50J. The sensor includes a spectrally flat BB (broadband) coating, usable from far UV to far IR.

  3. Ophir Photonics Announces FluxGage All-in-One LED Luminaire Measurement System

    Ophir Photonics Group recently announced the FluxGage, a compact, all-in-one LED luminaire measurement system. The patent-pending FluxGage measures flux, color, and flicker, important quantities for evaluating the performance of LED-based products. The measurement system is three times smaller and lower cost than equivalent integrating sphere products. It is designed for use by R&D during development and production for incoming inspection and quality control of new and replacement parts, allowing LED luminaires and modules to be sorted for consistency. 

  4. Ophir Photonics Announces New Features For StarBright, Advanced Laser Power/Energy Meter

    The new update to the StarBright handheld laser power/energy meter is the ability to measure the instantaneous power of a laser pulse. This is especially useful for measuring lasers in high power applications. StarBright can now also be used to measure total energy exposure with a Photodiode sensor, a big plus for photolithography applications.

  5. Ophir Photonics Announces New Helios Laser Power Meter For Measuring High Power Lasers In Industrial Automation Applications

    Ophir Photonics Group recently announced the new Helios compact laser power meter designed specifically for measuring high power lasers in industrial processing applications. This device measures high power solid state lasers with powers from 100 W to 12 kW and energies from 10 J to 10 kJ.

  6. Ophir Announces Photodiode Sensor For Measuring Power Of Laser Bar Code Scanners And Laser Printer Scanners

    Ophir Photonics Group recently announced the BC20-V1 laser sensor for measuring the power of scanned or intermittent beams. The BC20-V1 is a photodiode sensor that measures any wavelength over the spectral range of 400 – 1100nm. It is the only product on the market that is capable of measuring the power of laser bar code scanners; it also measures laser printer scanners and the peak power of pulsed mode lasers. 

  7. Ophir Photonics Announces Ethernet Adapter For OEM Smart Laser Systems

    Ophir Photonics Groupannounced at SPIE Photonics West 2016 announced the new EA-1 Ethernet Adapter, a device that connects Ophir's smart laser sensors directly to an Ethernet bus, no PC connection required. The EA-1 is designed for OEMs who need Ethernet connectivity and want to control the sensor via their own custom software.

  8. Ophir Photonics Announces Low Noise, High Sensitivity Radiometer For Measuring Powers Down To 300fW

    Ophir Photonics Group announces at SPIE Photonics West 2016 the RM9-PD Radiometer, a sensor for measuring the power of very low level CW or quasi CW sources. The RM9-PD integrates a photodiode sensor and an 18Hz chopper into an easy-to-use system that measures very low powers, and is calibrated over the entire range of wavelengths, from 0.2µm to 1.1µm.

  9. Ophir-Spiricon Introduces M2 Beam Propagation Software For Pyrocam™ Pyroelectric Laser Beam Profiling Cameras

    Ophir Photonics announced at SPIE Photonics West 2016 the new M2 Beam Propagation software for the Pyrocam™ family of pyroelectric laser beam profiling cameras. Designed for measuring laser quality, the software incorporates M2calculations that predict how a laser will focus and beam propagation parameters (BPP) that describe how the laser diverges as a function of the beam waist width.

  10. Ophir Photonics Announces Starviewer, Mobile App For Viewing Laser Power/Energy Measurements On Smartphones And Tablets

    Ophir Photonics announced at SPIE Photonics West 2016 a new Android app that brings laser power/energy measurements to Android smartphones and tablets called StarViewer. StarViewer can be used with virtually any Ophir thermopile, photodiode, or pyroelectric PE-C laser sensor. Data can be displayed in a variety of formats: time-based line graph, needle display, or large numeric display with statistics.