*NEW* HASO LIFT 680 High Resolution Wavefront Sensor

*NEW* HASO LIFT 680 High Resolution Wavefront Sensor

Repeatability

λ/200

Phase-Points Resolution

680 x 504

Absolute Accuracy (rms)

λ/100

Pupil Size (mm²)

10.21 x 13.78

Max. Frame Rate (Hz)

30

Wavelength (nm)

400 - 800

The only 680×504 Phase-Points Resolution Alignment-Free Wavefront Sensor

The HASO LIFT 680 combines the highest resolution in ShackHartman technology and a very large dynamic range.
It features the new SpotTracker technology, providing absolute wavefront and tilt information and eliminating alignment requirement.

BEST FOR CHALLENGING APPLICATIONS
– High spatial sampling frequency
– Very large dynamic range
– Freeform optics characterization
– Parabolic mirrors characterization
– High spatial frequency aberrations

The HASO gets a 16-fold phase-point resolution enhancement by combining Shack-Hartmann technology with a phase retrieval algorithm applied at microlens scale.Developed from the designs of our HASO4 Broadband and HASO4 126 VIS, the HASO LIFT 272 and LIFT 680 will perform on par with their counterparts in every aspect, and they will also be able to reach 272 x 200 and 680 x 504 phase-point resolution, respectively. Applications that will benefit from these new sensors range from complex optical systems to freeforms and metasurfaces, but not only these; the sensors’ versatility means that many optical scientists and engineers will be able to take advantage of their superb accuracy.

The images above were obtained in a characterization set-up and demonstrate the resolution improvement obtained with the LIFT algorithm. A high resolution phase image generated by a Spatial Light Modulator ( SLM ) was relayed to our wavefront sensor. The difference with or without  the LIFT algorithm activated is striking. An in-depth study shows a 16 x resolution improvement (4 x  resolution improvement in both X and Y directions).

Description

Coming this spring is a very special gift for Imagine Optic’s 25th birthday: the HASO gets a 16-fold phase-point resolution enhancement by combining Shack-Hartmann technology with a phase retrieval algorithm applied at microlens scale.Developed from the designs of our HASO4 Broadband and HASO4 126 VIS, the HASO LIFT 272 and LIFT 680 will perform on par with their counterparts in every aspect, and they will also be able to reach 272 x 200 and 680 x 504 phase-point resolution, respectively.Applications that will benefit from these new sensors range from complex optical systems to freeforms and metasurfaces, but not only these; the sensors’ versatility means that many optical scientists and engineers will be able to take advantage of their superb accuracy.

The only 680×504 Phase-Points Resolution Alignment-Free Wavefront Sensor

The HASO LIFT 680 combines the highest resolution in ShackHartman technology and a very large dynamic range.
It features the new SpotTracker technology, providing absolute wavefront and tilt information and eliminating alignment requirement.

BEST FOR CHALLENGING APPLICATIONS
– High spatial sampling frequency
– Very large dynamic range
– Freeform optics characterization
– Parabolic mirrors characterization
– High spatial frequency aberrations

SOFTWARE
WAVEVIEW metrology software with 150 functions included
Extensions for PSF, MTF and Strehl ratio
Optional SDK for interfacing with any custom system
WAVETUNE Adaptive Optics software
Extensions for AO applications
Optional SDK for interfacing with any custom system
Windows10 compatible

The images above were obtained in a characterization set-up and demonstrate the resolution improvement obtained with the LIFT algorithm.

A high resolution phase image generated by a Spatial Light Modulator ( SLM ) was relayed to our wavefront sensor. The difference with or without  the LIFT algorithm activated is striking. An in-depth study shows a 16 x resolution improvement (4 x  resolution improvement in both X and Y directions).