Ophir-Spiricon to showcase noncontact beam monitoring system at LME 2016

The BeamWatch noncontact beam monitoring system has use with high-power YAG, fiber, and diode lasers.

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The BeamWatch noncontact beam monitoring system has use with high-power YAG, fiber, and diode lasers used in industrial material processing applications. It provides 3D views of laser beam caustic and ellipticity for a quick and realistic initial display, charting all beam measurements over time. The system features high-magnification optics that dynamically measure beams with spot sizes down to 55μm, allowing for instant readings and, therefore, rapid correction of large area cosine changes.

LME booth number: 316

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Contact:Ophir-Spiricon
Headquarters: North Logan, UT
Product: BeamWatch noncontact beam monitoring system
Key Feature: Ability to chart all beam measurements over time

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