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LASER World of PHOTONICS 2011 will present the latest laser material processing techniques

Automobile production, toolmaking, mechanical engineering or photovoltaics production: when there is a need for speed, cleanliness and efficiency, industrial production companies use lasers and laser systems. Ever since the first LASER in 1973, Messe München has devoted a separate exhibition area to the field of “lasers and laser systems for production”. As an international innovation platform, the “production” exhibition segment is aimed at a large number of industries ranging from aerospace and electronics through to micro production.
27th January 2011

Handheld Optical Laser Source

Handheld Optical Laser Source
GAO Fiber Optics has announced the availability of this optical laser source which simulates various conditions in the manufacture, testing and maintenance of passive optical components for field use.
27th January 2011

Ophir Photonics - First Shock Absorber for Laser Power/Energy Sensors Sensors

Ophir Photonics - First Shock Absorber for Laser Power/Energy Sensors Sensors
Ophir Photonics announced the Shock Absorber at Photonics West 2011. The Shock Absorber is the industry's first mounting post designed to allow the operation of sensitive pyroelectric laser power/energy sensors in an environment with vibration. This special mount smoothes out vibration and eliminates false triggering, reducing the sensor's susceptibility to vibration from 2 to 10 times.
26th January 2011


Ophir Photonics Introduces New PF Laser Sensors, Volume Absorbers with 20X the Power Handling Capacity

Ophir Photonics Introduces New PF Laser Sensors, Volume Absorbers with 20X the Power Handling Capacity
Ophir Photonics Group, the global leader in precision laser measurement, today announced a new line of high damage threshold power volume absorbers for short pulsed lasers (
18th January 2011

Ophir-Spiricon Introduces Offline Sensor Finder Application

Ophir-Spiricon, the global leader in precision laser measurement, today introduced an offline version of Sensor Finder, a software application that helps users find the best power/energy sensor for their laser. The company also added Chinese and Russian languages to its web site, bringing the total number of languages supported to five.
8th September 2010

Ophir-Spiricon's BeamGage® Laser Beam Analysis Software Adds Support for High Resolution InGaAs NIR Cameras

Ophir-Spiricon's BeamGage® Laser Beam Analysis Software Adds Support for High Resolution InGaAs NIR Cameras
Ophir-Spiricon, the global leader in precision laser measurement, today announced that BeamGage®, the company's next generation laser beam analysis software, now supports the XEVA InGaAs NIR Camera for demanding applications. XEVA delivers high sensitivity in the NIR spectrum (900-1700 nm) at room temperatures, making it useful for both laboratory and industrial applications. A unique, non-uniformity correction algorithm handles two-point correction plus bad pixel correction to improve image accuracy. The camera's high resolution InGaAs array is formatted for 320x256 with 30 µm square pixels.
17th August 2010

New 638nm Red Laser Diode with the World’s Highest Output Power of 500mW by Mitsubishi Electric

New 638nm Red Laser Diode with the World’s Highest Output Power of 500mW by Mitsubishi Electric
Mitsubishi Electric is introducing a new red laser diode, dubbed the ML520G72. It offers the world’s highest output power compared to all laser diodes in the 638nm wavelength region and so it is perfectly suited to pico projector applications or other portable display systems requiring a red light source with high brightness. The ML520G72’s output power of 500mW helps with the design of high-luminous LD-based projectors and can provide a luminous flux of up to 60 lumens (lm). At the moment LED-based projectors typically offer only about 10lm.
7th July 2010

Ophir Optronics Acquires Photon Inc.

Ophir Optronics, the global leader in precision laser measurement, today announced the acquisition of Photon Inc. (San Jose, CA), a developer of precision laser beam profiling optical test equipment. The acquisition adds Photon's experience and products to the Ophir-Spiricon group and creates a powerful, new supplier of laser measurement equipment for industrial, medical, and scientific research applications.
24th May 2010

Ophir-Spiricon Announces Low Energy Laser Measurement Sensors

Ophir-Spiricon Announces  Low Energy Laser Measurement Sensors
Ophir-Spiricon, the global leader in precision laser measurement, today announced the PD10-IR-pJ Photodiode Energy Sensors that measure very low energy, down to 30pJ. Part of the PD10 family of high sensitivity silicon laser sensors, the new devices extend the low measurement capability to the NIR range, covering from 800 to 1800nm. The PD10-IR-pJ energy sensors are designed for very low energy commercial and military applications, such as telecommunications and remote sensing.
28th April 2010

Ophir-Spiricon Introduces the Juno Compact USB Laser Sensor Interface

Ophir-Spiricon Introduces the Juno Compact USB Laser Sensor Interface
Ophir-Spiricon, the global leader in precision laser measurement, today announced Juno, the smart USB sensor to PC interface that converts a laptop or desktop PC into a laser power/energy meter. A compact USB module, the Juno connects any of Ophir-Spiricon's 100+ smart laser sensors - thermal, pyroelectic, and photodiode -- to a PC USB port. The Juno operates with Ophir-Spiricon's StarLab software StarLab logs power and energy; calculates and displays averages, statistics, histograms; and more.
29th March 2010


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