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Beam Profiler

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DUDERSTADT, Germany, June 15, 2015 — Cinogy Technologies CinCam CMOS PicoThe CinCam CMOS Pico beam profiler from Cinogy Technologies GmbH is optimized for integration into existing optical setups or laser systems.

The profiler’s USB 2.0 interface transfers high-resolution images in 12-bit format. The usable spectral range is 350 to 1150 nm. Models for UV and telecommunications IR are also available. Real-time monitoring is possible with a high frame rate and high dynamic range.

Applications include laser beam analysis, equipment testing, laser mode control and beam quality (M2) measurements.


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Jun 2015
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