Test and Measurement / Analysis Products

  1. Thermal Imaging Measuring System For Electronics Testing: FLIR ETS320
    6/1/2017

    FLIR offers the new ETS320 affordable, non-contact thermal measurement system designed to collect accurate, reliable data in seconds and analyze it quickly for electronics testing and scientific research. The system pairs a high-sensitivity infrared camera with an integrated stand for hands-free measurements of printed circuit boards and other small electronics.

  2. Surface Reflectance Analyzer: RA-532H
    5/23/2017

    The Surface Reflectance Analyzer RA-532H is a device designed to comprehensively measure and evaluate the surface conditions of objects. Utilized measurement methods include standard compliant gloss, haze, Image Clarity (IC), and 2-D BRDF (Bidirectional Reflectance Distribution Function) measurements.

  3. Fastest Multi-Wavelength Meter: 438 Series
    2/2/2017

    The 438 Series Multi-Wavelength Meter is designed to take the fastest wavelength, power, and OSNR measurements (at 10 Hz) for the analysis of as many as 1000 discrete optical signals. This meter offers high efficiency, straightforward operation, and a rugged design for the most efficient WDM wavelength testing available, even in the most demanding applications.

  4. Compact, All-In-One LED Luminaire Measurement System: FluxGage
    9/19/2016

    The FluxGage is Ophir’s new compact measuring system for LED Luminaires that measures their total flux, color (CCT, CRI, Duv, chromaticity), and flicker. The system measures the total flux using solar panels instead of an integrating sphere, delivering the same functionality in one third of the size. The gauge is capable of measuring any luminaire that fits into its opening.

  5. Laser Beam Profilers
    8/19/2016

    Laser beam profilers are the optimal solutions for increasing chances of success in the design or applications of new lasers, or when a laser system is no longer meeting the desired specifications. Ophir Photonics offers a wide range of beam profiler choices including CCD and CMOS cameras, scanning slit sensors, InGaAs and pyroelectric cameras, and pinhole and knife edge sensors.

  6. Power Meters for Lasers and other Light Sources
    8/17/2016

    Ophir’s series of power meters are designed with the highest sensitivity, lowest noise, and most precise calibrations in order to bring out maximum performance levels from their smart sensors. These power meters and PC interfaces operate on the smart plug principle, meaning that these devices can work with nearly all Ophir sensors.

  7. Energy Sensors
    8/5/2016

    Ophir Photonics presents a wide range of energy sensors, or pyroelectric sensors, designed to measure repetitive pulse energies and average powers at pulse rates up to 25000 pulses per second, and pulse widths up to 20ms. These sensors use a pyroelectric crystal that generates electric charges that are proportional to the pulse energy.

  8. Power Sensors
    8/5/2016

    Ophir Photonics presents a wide range of power sensors including thermal sensors, power/position/size sensors, thermopile discs, thermal surface absorbing sensors, and water cooled sensors. These devices feature very large dynamic power ranges, wavelengths, and thermal sensitivities.

  9. Helios Laser Power Meter For Industrial Automation
    6/7/2016

    The Helios is a laser power meter designed for the measurement of high-power lasers in industrial processing applications. It measures an array of high-power solid state lasers such as diode, fiber, and YAG lasers with powers ranging from 100 W to 12 kW and energies ranging from 10 J to 10 kJ. 

  10. Vibration-Tolerant Interferometry QPSI™ Technology
    4/7/2016

    Precision interferometric metrology faces the challenge of environmental vibrations which can ruin countless precision measurements. Vibration affects measurement results and spatial frequency analysis, making it difficult to make high quality optics without reliable measurements. Zygo’s QPSI technology eliminates this problem with measurements that require no special setup or calibration, and cycle times are typically within a second or two of standard PSI measurements.