CinSquare M² Tool

CinSquare M² Tool

Spectral Range

UV, VIS, NIR & SWIR

Measurement time

~2 minutes or 30s (fast scan)

Environment

Lab or industrial/production

Accuracy

2-3% typical(M2, BPP), 3-5%(waist size, divergence, waist location, Rayleigh length)

Customization

Custom system based on laser specs

Software

RayCi Pro included

The CinSquare system is a fully automated instrument to measure the beam quality of CW and/or pulsed laser systems from the UV to SWIR spectral range. The system consists of a fixed focusing lens in front of a motorized  translation stage carrying the camera-based CinCam CCD/CMOS/InGaAs beam profiler. Its operational robustness and reliability ensures continuous use applications in industry, science, research and development.

According to ISO 11146-1/2 the CinSquare system measures the complete beam caustic and determines M², waist position, divergence, etc., related to the reference plane. To facilitate its use, the CinSquare system is equipped with two alignment mirrors for exact positioning of the laser beam and a filter wheel for incremental beam attenuation.

CinSquare is customizable for specific wavelengths, beam sizes and M² values.

Description

The CinSquare system is a fully automated instrument to measure the beam quality of CW and/or pulsed laser systems from the UV to SWIR spectral range. The system consists of a fixed focusing lens in front of a motorized  translation stage carrying the camera-based CinCam CCD/CMOS/InGaAs beam profiler. Its operational robustness and reliability ensures continuous use applications in industry, science, research and development.

According to ISO 11146-1/2 the CinSquare system measures the complete beam caustic and determines M², waist position, divergence, etc., related to the reference plane. To facilitate its use, the CinSquare system is equipped with two alignment mirrors for exact positioning of the laser beam and a filter wheel for incremental beam attenuation.

CinSquare is customizable for specific wavelengths, beam sizes and M² values.