Laser measurement tools are used within the diagnostics arena for power and energy measurement, beam profiling and diagnostics, ultrafast pulse characterisation with autocorrelators, and dispersion measurement, such as chromatic dispersion.
Laser Lines can also help you correctly calibrate your existing laser measuring devices – just contact us for more details.
Laser Lines partners with Gentec Electro-Optics for a wide selection of laser power and energy meters including monitors, energy detectors, power detectors, high power detectors, photo detectors, THz detectors and other special products. Just like us, Gentec has a 40-year history, and provides quality solutions for laser power and energy measurement applications from factories to hospitals and laboratories.
Gentec is also our supplier for beam diagnostic systems in the form of camera-based devices with wavelength ranges from UV to IR. All cameras are USB3.0, for the fastest data transfer rates.
We have recently partnered with Radiantis to offer their SeaWave IR Spectrometer, showing the smallest footprint in the market for its class, the highest data acquisition speed (>1000 spectra/second) and excellent resolution (3 nm) for a broad detection range in the IR (900 – 1700 nm). Based on Hamamatsu InGaAs linear array sensors, SeaWave has no moving parts and hence it is a robust device which can be reliably used in OEM and scientific applications.
KMLabs Chromatis is designed to address measurements of group delay dispersion in optical components. A user-friendly, self-calibrating and highly accurate broadband optical test instrument, it quickly and accurately characterises the full dispersive properties of optical components and coatings – critical for optimal performance of ultrafast laser systems, multi-layer mirrors, and multiple quantum well structures.
Femtochrome manufactures instruments for the characterisation of ultrafast laser pulses. Its FR-103 Autocorrelators/Crosscorrelators are unmatched in sensitivity and overall versatility, and provide the utmost in technical performance. Their Nonlinear Crystal (NL) and Two-Photon Conductivity (TPC) Autocorrelators can be readily configured for Crosscorrelation: the NL Crystal units offer high dynamic range (40dB), the TPC units are readily interferometric.
To find out more about laser measurement, call our dedicated team of laser experts on 01295 672588 or drop them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org