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Measurement Challenges of Green and Blue Lasers

Jan 10, 2022
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The automotive industry is facing tremendous change, including the advent of the electric car. To address the growing need to weld the copper required for electric vehicles, new high-power green and blue laser technologies are emerging. Whether connecting large battery packs or welding motor hairpins, laser experts agree on the need to measure laser parameters to ensure the quality of the produced parts. But there are challenges when dealing with green or blue lasers. What are the options with these new wavelengths, and how can you measure in an automated production line? What are best practices for gaining reliable data for troubleshooting, predictive maintenance, and quality documentation? Nicolas Meunier explains these challenges and how to address them.

***This presentation premiered during the 2022 Photonics Spectra Conference. For more information on Photonics Media conferences, visit events.photonics.com.  

About the presenter:
Nicolas MeunierNicolas Meunier works as business development manager for automotive manufacturing and high-power products at Ophir, a brand of MKS Instruments. He has more than 16 years of experience in sales and product management. After his studies in France and the United States, he worked for several leading companies in the automotive and instrumentation industries. Following his work as key account manager at Valeo and Autoliv, his professional path led him into optical metrology. Before joining Ophir, he was responsible for various markets worldwide as a product manager and area sales manager for Prüftechnik AG, building the North American service market.
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