Designed for applications where high speed, high sensitivity and high resolution are critical, the LT665 beam profiling camera has been released by Ophir Photonics. The camera features a fast USB 3.0 interface that delivers 6MP at up to 27fps. For improved resolution, the device features a 1” format which provides an active area of 4.5µm square pixels (2752x2192 array).
Accurate results are provided by the CCD array, which is built with lower noise electronics and a thermal management technology for a more stable background. The camera utilises BeamGage, beam profiling software that performs extensive data acquisition and analysis of laser beams, such as beam size, shape, uniformity, divergence, mode content and expected power distribution. The software features all the algorithms and calculations needed to make accurate, ISO-approved laser beam measurements. Optimised for analysing different beams or sources of light and heavy computations, BeamGage provides 2D and 3D viewing, advanced image processing features, NIST traceable power measurements and multilingual support.
"BeamGage and the LT665 large format camera are designed for high speed, high sensitivity applications that require fast delivery of large images, such as complex machine vision tasks," said Gary Wagner, General Manager, Ophir Photonics . "The USB 3.0 interface delivers the highest speed data transfer rates on the market, 6MP at up to 27fps at full resolution. And the 128MB on board frame buffer allows streaming of high resolution images while simultaneously executing complex beam analysis algorithms."
The LT665, which measures 43x43x65mm, is available now.