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Coherent® Lasercam™ USB Laser Beam Profiler 1282870 | 2/3" Format

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Beam Diameter, 1/e2 (mm):
Recommended: 0.20mm min, 6.0mm max
Mount:
C-Mount
Operating Temperature (°C):
-20 to 60
Sensing Area, H x V (mm):
8.3 x 6.6
Dimensions (mm):
68.1 x 79.3 x 40.9 (with LDFP)
Weight (g):
110 (without cable)
Signal to Noise S/N Ratio (dB):
>60
Gain (dB):
Gain is factory set for optimum linear dynamic range, not user adjustable
Gamma:
1.00
Camera Sensor Format:
2/3"
Operating System:
Windows®
Peak Noise (nW/cm2):
24 (at 632.8nm)
Spectral Range:
300 - 1100nm (400 - 1100nm with LDFP)
Dimensional Accuracy:
±1% (typical), ±5% max (over entire spectral and dimensional range)
CW Saturation:
5 mW/cm2 (at 632.8nm with LDFP)
Pulsed Saturation:
0.15 mJ/cm2 (at 1.06μm with LDFP)
Pulse Trigger:
TTL, rising or falling edge
Peak Intensity:
Recommended: 75-95% of camera saturation
Damage Threshold, By Design: Damage threshold for optical components varies by substrate material and coating. Click here to learn more about this specification.
32 mJ/cm2 @ 1.06μm without Low Distortion Faceplate
Frame Rate:
27Hz (Live Mode), 10Hz (with calculations)
Exposure Time:
Fixed at 10ms

Regulatory Compliance

RoHS 2015:
Reach 224:
Certificate of Conformance:

Product Family Description

  • 12 and 14-bit Digital USB 2.0 Interface Options
  • High Sensitivity and Dynamic Range
  • Intuitive BeamView™ Software Included

The Coherent® Lasercam™ Beam Profiler features excellent signal-to-noise ratio and linear response for accurate pulsed as well as CW laser beam dimension and uniformity measurements. The new BeamView™ 4.4 interface software features TCP/IP control and NI LabVIEW™ library suite, enabling efficient and smooth integration of beam profiling into any application. Examples of analysis functions that can be performed on the acquired beam images include: beam centroid location, beam peak intensity position, pointing stability, total relative power/energy in beam, peak power/energy density of beam, beam divergence, ellipticity, beam intensity uniformity, Gaussian fit, beam diameter/width based on second moments or user selectable percentage of peak/total energy.