Spiricon's BeamMic offers entry-level laser beam analysis

Spiricon, North Logan, UT, has announced the BeamMic entry-level beam analysis system that provides beam intensity profile displays in 2D and 3D.

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Spiricon, North Logan, UT, has announced the BeamMic entry-level beam analysis system that provides beam intensity profile displays in 2D and 3D.

BeamMic's software, based on Ophir-Spiricon's UltraCal baseline correction algorithm, integrates with one of four Spiricon USB CCD cameras to measure a beam's size, shape, uniformity, and mode content, performing ISO measurements and test methods on lasers, including beam width, beam diameter, power/energy distribution, and spatial orientation. Data baseline (zero-point reference) is guaranteed accurate to 1/8th of a digital count on a pixel-by-pixel basis.

Statistical analyses can be performed on all measurement functions, such as mean, standard deviation, and min/max; min/max limits can be set for pass/fail testing. Intensity profiles are displayed simultaneously in 2D and 3D, continuously zoomable and resizable, shown in satellite windows on one or multiple monitors. Results are logged and can be exported to industry standard formats; a configurable report generator allows cutting and pasting of results, images, and settings.

A data sheet for BeamMic is here.

BeamMic supports both the 64-bit and 32-bit versions of Windows Vista and Windows 7, with native language support for English, Japanese, and Chinese, and is compatible with the German Windows Vista and Windows 7 environments.

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