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Wavefront SensorsThe SHSCam wavefront sensors of the AR, HR, SHR and UHR series from Optocraft GmbH are now available in two versions with spectral ranges from 355 to 800 nm and 800 to 1064 nm.

The SHSCam models, with increased lateral resolution of 75 µm, offer higher precision when measuring aspheric wavefronts and detecting of localized phase defects. The models with 130-µm lateral resolution enable accurate wavefront measurements in a broad spectral range. Extended calibration ensures a constant, high, unreferenced accuracy throughout the full spectrum. They can be used in optics testing and laser beam characterization.


Photonics Spectra
Oct 2022
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