Beam profiling camera

Ophir Photonics Group has introduced the LT665 USB 3.0 large-array beam profiling camera, which has uses in ophthalmology, high-speed inspection, machine vision, and near-infrared (NIR) applications.

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North Logan, UT - Ophir Photonics Group has introduced the LT665 USB 3.0 large-array beam profiling camera, which has uses in ophthalmology, high-speed inspection, machine vision, and near-infrared (NIR) applications. Features include a USB 3.0 interface that delivers 6 Mpixels at up to 27 frames/s and a 1 in. format that provides an active area with 4.5µm square pixels (2752 × 2192 array), and it measures 43 × 43 × 65mm to integrate into tight spaces.

The camera works with the company's BeamGage beam profiling software, which performs extensive data acquisition and analysis of laser beams, such as beam size, shape, uniformity, divergence, mode content, and expected power distribution. BeamGage includes all the algorithms and calculations needed to make accurate, ISO-approved laser beam measurements. It provides 2D and 3D viewing, advanced image processing features, NIST-traceable power measurements, and multilingual support. The software is optimized for analyzing different beams or sources of light (e.g., LEDs, optical fibers, etc.), and for heavy computations, such as measuring multiple beam profiles, comparing key statistics, and real-time 3D viewing.

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