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Try our new Laser Beam Profiler Finder X. Copyright © Ophir Optronics Solutions Ltd. See Your Beam As Never Before:. The Graphical User Interface GUI of BeamGage is new. Measure Your Beam As Never Before:.
Beam attenuated X displayed here in 2D at 16X magnitude zoom , Width um, Std Dev 7um. Beam Measurements and Statistics. BeamGage allows you to configure as many measurements as needed to support your work, and comes standard with over 55 separatemeasurement choices. And if BeamGage-Standard does not have the measurement you need the -Enterprise version permits the user to add-in custom calculations. Multiple Charting Options. You can create strip charts for stability observations on practically any of the calculations options available.
Beam Pointing Stability. Open the Pointing Stability Window to collect centroid and peak data from the core system and display it graphically.
View a chart recorder and statistical functions in one interface:. Easy to Use and Powerful. BeamGage is the only beam profiler on the market using modern Windows 7 navigation tools.
Some ribbon toolbar examples:. Some of the Beam Display options. BeamGage Main Display Screen. BeamGage allows the user to configure the displayed calculations; set-up the screen layout and password protect the configuration from any changes.
BeamGage is the only product to integrate profiling and power meter measurements. BeamMaker®; Numerical Beam Profile Generator. BeamGage contains a utility, BeamMaker, that can synthetically generate beam profile data by modeling either Laguerre, Hermite or donut laser beams in various modal configurations.
BeamMaker producing a synthetically generated Hermite TEM22 beam and displayed in both 2D and 3D. Integrated automatic Help linked into the Users Guide. BeamGage comes with both Japanese and Chinese user interface. BeamGage®-Professional Version. Professional is an upgrade version of BeamGage-Standard that has all of the BeamGage-Standard features plus additional functionality. Image Partitioning. Partitioning allows the user to subdivide the camera image into separate regions, called partitions, and compute separate beam results within each partition.
Automation Interface. BeamGage Professional provides an automation interface via. Custom Calculations. If BeamGage-Standard does not have the measurement you need the Professional and Enterprise versions permit the user to program-in their own set of calculations. Software comparison chart. BeamGage® Standard. User selectable for either best "accuracy" or "ease of use".
Supports our patented Ultracal algorithm plus Auto-setup and Auto-exposure capabilities. Extensive set of ISO quantitative measurements. New Beam Maker® beam simulator for algorithm self validation. Simultaneous 2D and 3D displays. Multi-instance, multi-camera use. Quasar is not supported. Supports Satellite windows on multiple monitors. Continuous zoom scaling in both 2D and 3D.
Camera ROI support on USB and GigE cameras. Manual and Auto-aperturing to reduce background effects. Beam Pointing Stability scatter plot and stripchart results. Full featured logging capabilities in a reloadable Industry standard data file format. Configurable Report Generator that allows cut and paste of results, images and settings. Supports English, German, Japanese and Chinese Windows 7 and Windows Multilingual GUI in English, Japanese and Chinese. Administrator can lock software options for nonadministrators.
Average pulse power. Peak pulse power. Device efficiency. Beam width. Second Moment D4s. Knife Edge User selectable level. Percent of Peak User selectable. Percent of Total Energy User selectable. Encircled power smallest slit Moving slit User selectable. Beam diameter.
Encircled power smallest aperture Encircled power smallest aperture User selectable level. Elliptical Results. Elliptical orientation. Distance Measurement. Cursor to Crosshair.
Centroid to Crosshair. Area Results. Beam cross-sectional area. Far-field two-point method. Far-field Wide Angle method. Goodness of fit. Roughness of fit. Effective Area. Effective Average Fluence. Plateau Uniformity. Edge Steepness. Frame Summing. Frame Reference Subtraction. Image Convolution. Row and Column summing with results loggable.
Pointing Stability of Centroid. Mean Centroid. Azimuth angle of the scatter. Max Radius. Auto scaling. Beam Diameter plot. Peak fluence plot. Avg Power plot. Elliptical Results Strip Chart. Elliptical orientation plot. Ellipticity plot.
Eccentricity plot. Utilizes advanced hardware accelerated graphics engines. Can open one each simultaneous 2D and 3D beam display windows. Common color palette for 2D and 3D displays. Continuous software zooming in both 1D, 2D and 3D displays. Pan to any detector location. Continuous Z axis display magnitude scaling.
Multiple color palettes user selectable. Results items can be pasted into 2D, 3D, 1D, Pointing stability or Chart display windows. X and Y plots on separate or combined displays. Tophat 1D displays with Tophat results. Gaussian 1D displays with Gaussian fit results. Zoomable to subpixel resolution for origin and cursor placements. Pixel boundaries delineated at higher zoom magnifications. Adjustable Cursors that can track peak or centroid. Adjustable Crosshairs that can track peak or centroid.
Adjustable manual apertures. Viewable Auto-aperture placement. Displayed beam width marker. Manual or fixed origin placement. Selectable Mesh for drawing speed vs resolution control. Continuously zoomable and resizable displays in floatable window. User enabled backplanes with cursor projections. Choices of intervals. Time from 1 second to hours. Frames from 2 to 99, Measurements reported. Current frame data, Mean, Standard Deviation, Minimum, Maximum of each calculation performed.
Controls integrated with beam stability results, scatter and strip chart plots. Industry Standard HDF5 data and setup file format which are compatible in third party applications such as MatLab and Mathmatica. Math program and Excel compatable csv results files. Graphics in jpg file format. Legacy file Compatibility with LBA formats.
A user defined single file output that can contain settings, beam displays, beam profiles, charts, results, etc. xps file formats. Images, reports, results, graphs, charts, statistics and setup information.
Option to print many frames in a single operation. WYSIWYG images. Multiple choices for indication of failed parameters, including TTL pulse for external alarm. Results in ASCII-csv. Pictures 2D and 3D in jpg, gif, tiff, bmp, png file formats. Charts in ASCII-csv. Cursor Data in ASCII-csv.
Continuous Logging. Time Interval Logging. Frame Count Logging. Periodic Sampling. Burst Sampling, after a user specified time interval, sample a user specified number of frames. Export a user specified number of frames from the buffer.
Export Image Data: ASCII-cvs. Export Results: ASCII-csv. Export Picture: jpg, gif, tiff, bmp, png file formats supported. Export Cursor Data: ASCII-cvs. Export Image Data in Aperature. Context Sensitive Help. Context Sensitive Hints.
less than zero that result from noise when the baseline is subtracted. Spiricon's Ultracal conforms to the best method described in ISO Up to frames can be summed to pull very weak signals out of the noise. Choice of 5 convolution algorithms for spatial filtering for both display and calculations.
Beam Maker is a new feature that allows the user to model both Laguerre-Gaussian and Hermite-Gaussian laser beams in various modal configurations. Camera features are governed by the capabilities of the various cameras that will interfaced with these software products, and second by which of these camera features are implemented in the software.
Black Level Control used by Ultracal and Auto-X and Auto-setup. Gain Control used by Auto-X and Auto-setup. Exposure Control used by Auto-X and Auto-setup. User Programmable ROI. Pixel Binning. Pixel Sampling. Bits per pixel setting. External Trigger Input. Trigger Delay. Strobe Output. Strobe Delay. External Trigger Probe. Internal Trigger Probe. These are features related to but not generally dependant upon the camera design. Gamma Correction. Gain Correction. Bad Pixel Correction. Lens Applied Option.
Pixel scale settings. Magnification settings. Frame buffer settings. Enable Auto-X auto exposure control. Perform an Auto-Setup. Select Format or ROI. Capture methods are features related to the application while Synchronization methods relate more to the abilities of the specific camera.
Trigger modes. CW - captures continuously, see Capture Options below. Trigger-In from laser: Trigger pulses supplied to the camera.
Strobe-Out to laser: Strobe pulses output from the camera. Video Trigger: Frame captured and displayed only when the camera sees a signal greater than a user set level. Capture options. Capture options are redefined and are approached in a different manner than older products. Results Priority: Results priority will slow the capture rate to be in sync with the computational results and display updates.
Frame Priority: Frame priority will slow results and display updating to insure that frames are collected and stored in the frame buffer as fast as possible replaces block mode. VirtualLab Fusion can import the beam files from Zemax OpticStudio®, convert it into electromagnetic field information automatically, and support further propagation of the imported field. The import of a bitmap file, which contains height data of a microstructure is demonstrated.
This example provides a step-by-step explanation of the required workflow in VirtualLab Fusion. VirtualLab Fusion allows the import of optical systems with the full 3D position information and glasses from Zemax OpticStudio®, and provides field tracing for further investigation of the imported system. This use case illustrates how to import the measured extraterrestrial sunlight spectrum, and how to subsequently employ said spectrum in an optical system.
Ince-Gaussian Modes constitute an additional solution for the paraxial wave equation. This use case shows how to set up this kind of modes. It is demonstrated that the positions of the stop in a lens system have influence on the PSF, especially in the case of inclined illumination.
VirtualLab Fusion provides three local and one global optimization algorithm. This use case introduces the associated Parametric Optimization document with its options and settings.
In this use case we demonstrate the change in the effective focal length caused by thermal lensing on a lens. The deformation of the geometry and the steady-state temperature distribution are calculated using Ansys Mechanical and are then imported into VirtualLab. The ghost image effect in a collimation lens system is investigated, by checking the reflections between uncoated surfaces with the non-sequential tracing technique.
We use the Debye-Wolf integral calculator in VirtualLab Fusion for vectorial focal field investigation with different parameters. For a diffractive beam shaper used together with focusing lens, the influence from lens aberrations on the system performance is investigated.
VirtualLab Fusion enables the detailed analysis of grating structures, with possible changes in the polarization state of the diffracted orders taken into consideration. This use case investigates light behind a microlens array. Effects in the near field, focal plane and far field are shown and discussed. An optical metrology system with a silica spaced etalon is set up to measure the sodium D lines in VirtualLab Fusion.
This use case explains the physical concepts employed in the k-Layout Visualization tool and demonstrates its usage. A spatial filtering system with a pinhole is modeled in VirtualLab Fusion. We demonstrate how the opening of the pinhole influences the output beam quality.
A Michelson interferometer is set up with the help of non-sequential tracing technology in VirtualLab Fusion, and the interference fringes in different configurations are demonstrated. In VirtualLab Fusion you can export a summary of all system parameters in the light path diagram into an XML File. This use case shows how to export the parameters and how to visualize the parameters.
As one important issue for near-eye display NED design, the propagation of light through waveguide structure with tailored in- and outcoupling gratings can be easily modeled with the help of region and channel concept in VirtualLab Fusion. We offer here an optical setup configured according to Littrow, which furthermore, via some programming, maintains those optimal positions even under a change of wavelength or grating period.
Grating, diffraction, Littrow, blazed, echelette, echelle, monochromator, spectrometer, resonator, parameter coupling, programming, customization, customisation, positioning, orientation. The Fiber Mode Calculator can be used to calculate linearly polarized LP propagation modes in a step-index fiber with a single core or graded-index fiber.
We build up a Mach-Zehnder interferometer in VirtualLab Fusion and demonstrate how the tilt and shift of component affect the interference fringe. We build an optical setup, with two freeform optical elements, to transform orbital angular momentum OAM to linear one, for its measurement. Based on selected examples, we show how to construct and configure metagrating structure and materials in VirtualLab Fusion. It is demonstrated that the contrast of the structured illumination pattern is influenced by the polarization of the incident beam.
With the Mie solution for an electromagnetic plane wave in VirtualLab Fusion, we investigate the scattering effect of spherical particles with different radii and made of different materials. This use case shows how to realize the shifted elementary-field method, reported by Tervo et al.
A 27 9 , ], to get an accurate model of an extended source. partially coherent source, spatially extended source, shifted elementary-field method, double-slit, programmable mode, Parameter Run, extended source, coherence, coherent, spatial coherence. We design and construct a blazed metagrating in VirtualLab Fusion using square nano pillars, analyze its polarization-dependent diffraction efficiency, and further optimize it.
This use case shows a physical optics simulation of a Herriott cell for gas spectroscopy, including a demonstration with CO2. This document demonstrates how a VCSEL array source can be modeled in VirtualLab Fusion. An image projection system is set up using the panel-type source.
The performance of the system is evaluated by observing the spot grid in both the spatial and angular domains. We model the generation of Bessel beams with axicon with round tip and investigate how the round tip may influence the Bessel beam evolution. With the non-sequential field tracing technique, the regarding interference patterns are modeled including vectorial effects.
The Foucault knife-edge test is a well-known historical experiment to determine the characteristics of a given concave-shaped mirror. In this use case we model this test for a spherical and a parabolic mirror. In VirtualLab Fusion, we perform a fully physical-optics modeling of a Graded-index lens system, which includes the polarization crosstalk effects. A fast approach for light propagation through a GRIN medium, which includes the polarization crosstalk effect, is implemented, and its validity and advantages are shown in comparison with a rigorous solver.
With the help of typical examples, we explain how to model grating within system and discuss topics like alignment of gratings, grating order selection, and angular response setting. The imaging properties of microlens array with different lens shapes are investigated. Change of the focal spots with respect to aberration of input field is demonstrated.
Modeling of Microlens Array with Different Lens Shapes, Microlens and microcell arrays, Light Shaping. We demonstrate the modeling of the Talbot effect, a well-known near-field diffraction effect from periodic structures such as gratings.
We illustrate the modeling of interference and vignetting effects at a total internal reflection TIR prism. Dependent on the characteristics of the impinging light, these effects are introduced by the narrow gap between both prism parts.
This document demonstrates how to achieve the desired intensity distribution of a specific VCSEL source via parametric optimization of two uncorrelated Gaussian modes with the help of the Multiple Light Source. VCSEL, multiple light source, multimode Gaussian, Parametric Optimization.
A hybrid eyepiece with a real diffractive lens surface is imported from Zemax OpticStudio® and analyzed further in VirtualLab Fusion. By using the non-sequential tracing technique in VirtualLab, the ray tracing analysis of a glass plate is performed. A Mach-Zehnder interferometer with a coherent laser source is build up in VirtualLab Fusion and analyzed by using the non-sequential Field Tracing.
The different behavior of an idealized and a prism beam splitter is investigated, and the complementary interference pattern caused by the relative phase shift is demonstrated. Gouy phase shift, which is a p phase term, can be observed by a Mach-Zehnder interferometer.
The interference along optical axis is constructive before focus, while destructive behind focus. The vital role of diffraction in the Poisson-spot experiment provided proof of the wavelike nature of light.
We perform here a simulation of this key experiment. This document illustrates the generation of vortex array laser beams using an Ince-Gaussian source with a Dove prism-embedded unbalanced Mach-Zehnder interferometer, as first proposed by Chu et al.
Express 16, ]. A complete wafer inspection system including high-NA focusing effect and light interaction with microstructures is modeled, and the formation of image is demonstrated. Optical System, Inspection, Micro-Structured Wafer, Inclusion of Gratings, Imaging Systems. This use case introduces the basic configuration of an anisotropic medium. Anisotropic Media , Tutorial, Multimode, coating, crystal. In this example, we select one commercially available lens and show how to find the optimal working distance to obtain maximum fiber coupling efficiency by using field tracing.
With the rigorous Fourier modal method FMM in VirtualLab Fusion and the evolutionary algorithm in optiSLang, we demonstrate the optimization of a binary grating for waveguide coupling for the desired field of view FOV. We demonstrate the design workflow for optimizing a rectangular grating for one specific incidence direction to obtain maximum efficiency for a specific diffraction order.
This use case demonstrates how to optimize a lightguide with continuously varying fill factor of the gratings in the EPE and outcoupler regions to achieve adequate lateral uniformity in the eyebox. We optimize a slanted grating for waveguide coupling over desired field of view FOV , by using VirtualLab Fusion and optiSLang in combination. To ensure uniform multiple waveguide output channels, the outcoupling gratings are optimized, with their efficiencies calculated by the rigorous Fourier modal method.
In this use case we will explain the advanced orientation setting for gratings within a grating region. Currently grating regions are only available within the waveguide toolbox. With the Fourier modal method FMM as the kernel on which parametric optimization a slanted grating is designed to achieve high diffraction efficiency.
In VirtualLab Fusion, users can easily construct a two-mirror laser resonator, and use parametric optimization to design this resonator to generate a desired output mode. With the parametric optimization in VirtualLab Fusion, the design of a fiber coupling lens with conical surface into a single-mode fiber is presented. A scanning system consisting a dual-axis galvanometer and an aspherial focusing lens is modeled, with the rotation of the mirrors taken into simulation as in the practical case.
With the scanning source in VirtualLab Fusion, we analyze the performance of an F-Theta lens, by measuring the focal spot position deviation and the spot size for different scan angles.
The account different powerful computer system it, performance based parameters are introduced and explained. This document illustrates the usage of the global options for personalization of the view settings of the VirtualLab Fusion.
Global options, visualization, customization, personalization, view settings, color table. With the flexible Fourier transform settings in VirtualLab Fusion, we model the diffraction effect from surface apertures and pinholes in a low-Fresnel-number system.
This feature use case demonstrates the capabilities of the Polarization Analyzer for the analysis and optimization of grating structures. The conversion of polarization of linearly polarized light in a calcite crystal is demonstrated in VirtualLab Fusion.
Polarization Conversion, Uniaxial Crystals, Crystal Modeling, Laser Systems. We construct a binary grating with sub-wavelength structure following the principle of form birefringence and demonstrate its polarization-dependent properties. To model polarizer used in non-paraxial cases, an idealized model is implemented in VirtualLab, and the effect of a polarizer in the focal region is presented.
Polarizer, Focal Regions, Crystal Modeling, Laser Systems. In VirtualLab Fusion, users can select which information of position and orientation to be shown.
This use case shows how to set up the position and orientation information display in a Light Path View. We demonstrate the Goos-Hänchen shift for a dielectric slab with weak absorption, by measuring the lateral shift of the reflected beam with respect to the incidence angle. In this programming example, we present some functions which were used in the Classic Field Tracing engine to propagate an electromagnetic field that was represented in an equidistantly sampled form.
We show how to use a Programmable Grating Analyzer to access the grating diffraction information, to display it, and to use it for further analysisor optimization. This example shows how to use Programmable Pulse Spectrum to generate a chirped Gaussian pulse, with the pulse specification given in time domain.
Based on the fully vectorial electromagnetic field information, a Programmable Detector is done for the calculation of the degree of coherence. Based on the full field information, and together with the Programmable Detector, several typically used merit functions in diffractive optics are realized in this example.
This example illustrate the access on field values in a Programmable Detector via source code, and it calculates the sum of all squared amplitudes on the optical axis including all field components. A Programmable Detector is constructed for saving a light distribution harmonic fields set to the desired file path on the hard disk.
In this programming example we illustrate how to code a transmission function that imitates an opaque screen punctured by two round holes. An example snippet is presented for defining a double slit function, with customizable slit width and distance in between. This example shows how to realize an array of micro-lenses on a rectangular grid by using the Programmable Interface in VirtualLab.
Gauging the accuracy of a given result is fundamental in science and engineering. In this use case we show you how to program a module to compute the standard deviation between two fields.
This programmable module is designed to be applied to the sharp result of a designed structure, and it will round off the edges according to user-specified values. CZT, CZT. In this document you can find an example for the Programmable Function which defines an arbitrary number of equidistant slits with an arbitrary width and distance.
A convex-plano single lens is analyzed by scanning over the radius of curvature and its thickness with the Programmable Parameter Run in VirtualLab Fusion.
In this document you can find an example for the Programmable Interface. Although the sinusoidal surface is provided ready-made in the catalog, we show you how to code it for illustration purposes.
In this example, the generation of sinusoidal volume grating is demonstrated, with the grating period and the refractive index modulation as user-defined parameters. This document shows a customizable spectral band filter in a system with a Gaussian pulse with a homogeneous spectrum.
Using the Programmable Interface in VirtualLab Fusion, an anamorphic surface is programmed and especially with the surface gradient analytically given.
In this programming example we illustrate how to use the Programmable Function in VirtualLab to create a custom idealised component that performs like an axicon. This example shows how to use a customized C module to execute an IFTA design in VirtualLab Fusion. See how to create a radially and an azimuthally polarized source, experimenting in the process with the programming of light sources and the potential of the Combined Light Source feature.
We investigate the relationship between the broadening of an ultrashort pulse and the dispersion of given materials that the pulse propagates through. We investigate the effects of subjecting an ultrashort pulse to propagation through a lens with high numerical aperture, in terms of its spatial, as well as of its temporal, profile. This Use Case demonstrates the characteristics of an ideal SSTF Setup including the effects of chirp. This use case demonstrates the modeling a compact reflective microscope system with a very high numerical aperture of 0.
Further the result is compared to a reference. Following the Rayleigh criterion, we investigate the resolution of three microscope objective lenses with different numerical apertures. It is demonstrated that the resolution of a microscopy system depends on its numerical aperture. A physical-optics-based simulation of Czerny-Turner setup consisting of parabolic mirrors and blazed grating for Sodium doublet examination, is investigated.
Czerny-Turner Setup, Resolving, Sodium Doublet, Spectrometers, Optical Metrology. With the Fourier modal method and the parametric optimization in VirtualLab Fusion, we demonstrate the analysis and design of anti-reflective moth-eye structures. With the rigorous Fourier modal method FMM , we analyze the effects, especially the phase modulation, of nanopillar structures with varying diameters - the building blocks of metalenses.
This use case demonstrates the usage of the Savitzky-Golay filter in order to smooth out a measured spectrum. The scanning mode of the Parameter Run document generates a simulation series of all combinations of specified parameter variations and provides specifically suited output options.
The simulation of a Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope with VirtualLab Fusion. It also investigates the aberration effects in a sample system.
Design of different types of cells arrays, which are used behind white light LED for generating customized patterns, are presented. Anisotropic Media, coating, crystal, polarization, linear polarization, circular polarization, lambda, quarter, birefringent, birefringence, anisotropy, uniaxial. The working principle of a Shack-Hartmann sensor is shown using plane waves and spherical waves with different values of the numerical aperture. The sensor itself consists of a double-convex microlens array.
Microlens-Array, Plane Wave, Spherical Wave, Shack-Hartmann Sensor, micro lens array, mla, wavefront sensor, wavefront, micro-lens, microlens, USP.
This use case demonstrates the application of conical refraction as a tool for polarization metrology. When a linearly polarized beam is focused by a high-NA lens, the focal spot shows asymmetry due to the relatively strong Ez component.
When SLMs are often employed as programmable diffractive optical elements, the influence from the pixel gaps on the system performance is investigated. The investigation of the influence of real gratings on the efficiency and uniformity of a lightguide are of essential importance.
This use case shows an example with a slanted grating as incoupler and binary surface relief grating as EPE and outcoupler. In this use case, the relationship between the number of alternate birefringent layers and the Bragg reflection condition is explored with VirtualLab Fusion.
The variation of the reflectance efficiency with different wavelengths and incident angles is further investigated. Anisotropic, Birefringent, liquid crystal display LCD , multilayer, reflective polarizer.
We provide you with an ever-increasing selection of documents, which should help you to learn more about the potential and the usage of VirtualLab Fusion. Auto Saving Programmable Detector with Coupled File Name. Bitmap File Import into VirtualLab Fusion. Calculation of Diffraction Efficiency for a Reflective Volume Holographic Grating generated by a Spherical Wave. Chirped Mirror for Ultrashort Pulses. Circularly Serrated Aperture for Beam Apodization.
Crosstalk between Two Closely Placed Planar Waveguides. Design and Analysis of a 3x3 Beam Splitter. Design and Analysis of Intraocular Diffractive Lens with Curved Surface. Design of a Beam Widening DOE. Diffractive Lightguide In- and Outcouple Situation using Surface and Volume Gratings. Focussing Through a Luneburg Lens. Focussing through a Luneburg Lens with a Tilted Plane Wave.
Fourier Transforms in Immersion Objective System. Gratings in Complex Optical Systems. Higher Modes in Laser Resonators. Import of GRIN Medium from Zemax OpticStudio®. Import of Measured Lens Surface Data. Import of Non-equidistantly Sampled Interface Data. Import of Precalculated Diffraction Efficiencies. Importing BSDF data into VirtualLab Fusion. Lens with Modulated Refractive Index. Modeling of a Metalens Singlet Based on Half-Wave Plate Model.
Modeling of Pulse Chirp introduced by an Optical Component. Moiré Fringes Generation. Overview Lateral Distributed Sources in VirtualLab Fusion. Propagation over Long Distances. Propagation through Uneven Pinhole. Pulse Train Generator. Reflection at a Retro Reflector with Rough Surfaces. Reflection at a Rough Surface. RGB Diffuser using Lightguide Approach. Sagnac Interferometer. Statistical Anti-reflection Structures Moth-Eye.
Product Sheets. Cross-Platform Simulation with VirtualLab Fusion. Design of Fiber Coupling Systems and Tolerance Analysis. Design of Gratings and Their Modeling within Optical Systems. Diffractive Lenses and Holographic Optical Elements HOEs. DOEs and Diffusers for Light Shaping. Metalens and Metasurface Holograms. Modeling of Optical Interferometers. A K-Domain Method for Fast Propagation of Electromagnetic Field Through Graded-Index Media.
A Physical-Optics Based Concept for Geometric and Diffractive Light Shaping. Challenges and Solutions in the Design of Lightguides for XR Glasses. Connection of Field Solvers: Microstructures and Lenses. Design and Analysis of Large-Angle Beam-Splitting Metagratings. Design and Optimization Strategy of Coupling Gratings for Near-Eye Displays.
Diffractive and Metasurfaces: from Function to Structure Simulation Seamlessly in VirtualLab Fusion. Fast Physical-Optics Modeling of Microscopy System with Structured Illumination. Fast Propagation of Electromagnetic Fields in Graded-Index Media.
Fast-Physical Optics Modeling of Advanced Microscopy Systems. Fast-Physical Optics Modeling of Two-Photon Microscopy with 3D-Structured Illumination. Innovative Systematic Design Approach for Lightguide Devices for XR-Applications. Insights into Physical Optics with VirtualLab Fusion for Optics Education. Laser System Modeling with Fast Physical Optics.
Light Shaping from a Physical-Optics Perspective. Light Shaping From a Physical-Optics Point of View. Modeling and Design of Gratings, Diffusers, DOEs, Diffractive and Metalenses.
Modeling of High Contrast Metasurfaces in VirtualLab Fusion. Non-paraxial Diffractive and Refractive Laser Beam Shaping. Non-Sequential Optical Modeling with VirtualLab Fusion. Numerical Analysis of Tightly Focused Spot for Confocal Microscopy Illumination by a Real Lens System. Numerical Implementation of Homeomorphic Fourier Transform. On the Importance of Homeomorphic Operations in Physical and Geometrical Optics. Optical Design of Beam Delivery Systems for Cw and Pulsed Lasers.
Optical Design of Diffractive and Freeform Solutions for Light Shaping with VirtualLab Fusion. Optimization of Coupling Gratings for Lightguide-Based Displays. Physical-Optical Analysis of Lightguide Coupling Setup and Systematic Design Strategy.
Physical-Optics Analysis of Lightguides for Augmented and Mixed Reality Glasses. Physical-Optics Analysis of Optical Interferometers. Physical-Optics Anatomy of the Gouy Phase Shift.
Physical-Optics Investigation of Light Coupling into Fiber and Micro-Optical Sensors. Physical-Optics Modeling for Optical Components Made of Birefringent Materials. Physical-Optics Modelling of Interferometer-Based Metrology Systems. Physical-Optics Simulation for Ultrashort Pulses.
Physical-Optics Simulation of Optical Interferometry Systems. Physical-Optics-Based Tolerance Analysis for Fiber Coupling Systems.
Polarization Effects Modeling with Field Tracing. Semi-Analytical Fourier transform and Its Application to Physical-Optics Modeling. Simulation and Analysis of high-NA Freeform Surfaces. Spatio-Temporal Simulation of Ultrashort Phenomena in Different Optical Systems. Systematic Optimization of a Lightguide Coupling Setup. Tailored Laser Beam Shaping by Freeform and Diffractive Optics. The Concept of Bidirectional Operators and Its Application to the Modeling of Microstructures.
The Gouy Phase Shift Reinterpreted Via the Geometric Fourier Transform. Technology Whitepapers. Connecting Solvers by Master Channels. Field Tracing Accuracy Settings. Fourier Transforms in VirtualLab Fusion. Fresnel Matrix. Generation of Rays for Ray Tracing. High Flexibility by Sub-Channels x-Domain.
Idealized Grating Functions. Idealized Lens Functions. Layer Matrix [S-Matrix]. Local Linear Grating Approximation LLGA. Local Plane Interface Approximation LPIA. Runge-Kutta Beam Propagation Method RK-BPM for GRIN Medium.
Seamless Transition from Ray to Physical Optics. Step-by-Step Field Tracing by Modeling Analyzer. Truncation of Fields at Boundaries. Whitepaper Collection VirtualLab Fusion. Use Cases. Aberration Effects of a Spherical Wave at the Focal Spot.
Aberration Effects on Focused Modes from a Fiber Source. Absorption in a CIGS Solar Cell. Add Point Cloud Overlay to Data Arrays. Advanced Configuration of Slanted Gratings. Advanced PSF and MTF Calculation of Imaging System. Advanced PSF Calculation in a High-NA Lens System.
Advanced Simulation of Microlens Arrays. Afocal Systems for Laser Guide Stars. Analysis and Design of Highly Efficient Polarization Independent Transmission Gratings. Analysis of an Offner System with Non-Sequential Field Tracing. Analysis of Blazed Grating by Fourier Modal Method. Analysis of CMOS Sensors with Microlens Array. Analysis of Folded Imaging System with Multiple Apertures. Analysis of Folded Imaging System with Planar or Curved Waveguide.
Analysis of Off-Axis Imaging by a High-NA Microscope. Analysis of PSF of a Dipole Source by a High-NA Microscopy System. Analysis of Slanted Gratings for Lightguide Coupling. Analyzing High-NA Objective Lens Focusing. Angular-Filtering Volume Gratings for Suppressing Higher Diffraction Orders. Animation Generation from Chromatic Fields Sets in Parameter Run. Application of the Programmable Mode of a Parameter Run.
Automatic Selection of Fourier Transform Techniques in Free-Space Propagation Operator. Bessel Beam Generation behind a Fiber with a Holographic Optical Element. Birefringence Effect of Anisotropic Calcite Crystal. Channel Configuration for Surfaces and Grating Regions. Channel Resolution Accuracy Setting of Non-Sequential Field Tracing. Chromatic Aberration Correction by an Idealized Diffractive Lens in a Hybrid Eyepiece Model. Chromatic Effect Analysis in Fluorescent Microscopy.
Coherence Measurement Using Michelson Interferometer and Fourier Transform Spectroscopy. Collimation of Astigmatic Diode Laser Beam by Objective Lens.
Collimation Testing with Shearing Interferometry. Comparison of Different Lenses for Fiber Coupling. Complex Lightguide System with a 2D Eye Pupil Expansion and Human Eye Model. Components, Solvers and Fourier Domains — Plane Surface. Compound Refractive Lens for X-Ray Focusing. Configuration of Grating Structures by Using Interfaces. Configuration of Grating Structures by Using Special Media. Configuration of Grating Structures with Two-Dimensional Periodicity. Conical Refraction in Biaxial Crystals.
Construction and Modeling of a Graded-Index Lens. Construction of a Light Guide. Construction of a Truncated Pyramid Surface. Coupling of Parameters in VirtualLab Fusion. Creating 1D-Diagrams in VirtualLab Fusion. Cross-Platform Optical Modeling and Design with VirtualLab Fusion and MATLAB. Cross-Platform Optical Modeling and Design with VirtualLab Fusion and Python. Customizable Help for Programmable Elements. Customized Detector for Lightguide Coupling Grating Evaluation.
Customized Module: Grating Period Calculation According to the Guiding Condition of Lightguides. Czerny-Turner Setup. Data Array Import with Saved Settings. Demonstrating the Working Principle of Flash LiDAR.
Demonstration of Abbe's Theory of Image Formation. Demonstration of van Cittert-Zernike Theorem. Design and Analysis of Intraocular Diffractive Lens. Design and Rigorous Analysis of Non-Paraxial Diffractive Beam Splitter. Design of 2D Non-Paraxial Beam-Splitting Metagrating. Design of a Diffractive Diffuser to Generate a LightTrans Mark.
Design of a High-NA Beam Splitter with Dots Random Pattern. Design of a Refractive Beam Shaper to Generate a Circular Top-Hat. Design of Diffractive Beam Splitters for Generating a 2D Light Mark. Diffraction Efficiency Analysis for a Czerny-Turner Setup. Diffraction from the Aperture in a Microscopy System. Diffraction Pattern Calculation from a Reflection-Type Diffractive Beam Splitter. Diffraction Patterns behind Different Apertures. Diffraction Property of a Passive Parity-Time Grating. Diffractive Lens Component.
Distortion Analyzer. Double-Helix PSF for 3D Imaging Microscopy. Effects of Mirror Coating on Pulse Characteristics. Electromagnetic Field Detector. Electromagnetic Field Interaction with Nanocylinders. Export Harmonic Fields Sets into ASCII Files.
Export of Fabrication Data. Export of Fabrication Data for Smooth Surfaces. Export of Fabrication Data of a Holographic Optical Element HOE. Export of Results of a Parameter Run. Femtosecond Pulse Propagation through Dispersive Seawater.
Few-Mode Fiber Coupling under Atmospheric Turbulence. Field Curvature Analyzer. Fizeau Interferometer for Optical Testing. Flexible Region Configuration. Flexible Region Definiton. Focus Investigation behind Aspherical Lens. Focusing Electromagnetic Fields with Cascaded Circular Apertures. Focusing of an Ince-Gaussian Beam.
Focusing of Cylindrical Vector Beams by a High-NA Objective Lens. Focusing of Femtosecond Pulse by Using a High-NA Off-Axis Parabolic Mirror. Focusing of Gaussian-Laguerre Beam for STED Microscopy. Fourier Transform Settings — Discussion at Examples. Full-Field Optical Coherence Scanning Interferometry. Gaussian Beam Focused by a Thermal Lens. Generation of Optical Beams Carrying Orbital Angular Momentum OAM. Generation of Spatially Varying Polarization by Interference with Polarized Light.
Generation of Vector Beam by a Sagnac-Like Interferometer. Graphic Add-ons. Grating Analysis and Smoothly Modulated Grating Parameters on Lightguides.
Grating Component for General Optical Systems. Grating Optimization in VirtualLab Fusion Using optiSLang. Grating Order Analyzer. Grating Stretcher for Ultrashort Pulses. Grazing-Incidence Focusing Mirrors for X-Ray Beams.
Hartmann Wavefront Sensor for X-Ray Optics. Herrig Schiefspiegler Telescope. High-NA Beam Splitter Optimization with User-Defined Merit Functions. High-NA Focusing by Off-Axis Parabolic Mirror. High-NA Pattern Generation by Combining Two Beam Splitter Elements. Holographically Generated Volume Grating. How to Customize the Position of Source Modes Via Programming and Example Along a Line.
How to Format VirtualLab Fusion Results. How to Set Up a Lightguide with Real Grating Structures. How to Set Up a Panel-Type Source. How to Set Up a Scanning Source. How to Work with the C Module and Example Computing the Deviation Between Two Fields. How to Work with the Programmable Component and Example Ideal Grating. How to Work with the Programmable Detector and Example Minimum and Maximum Wavelengths.
How to Work with the Programmable Light Source in VirtualLab Fusion and Example Gaussian Beam. How to Work with the Programmable Material and Example Linear Dependence. How to Work with the Programmable Medium and Example Thermal Lens. How to Work with the Programmable Spectrum and Example Black-Body Radiation. Imaging of Sub-Wavelength Gratings by Using Vector Beam Illumination. Import and Export of Chromatic Fields Sets. Import Beam Files from Zemax OpticStudio.
Import of Bitmap file containing Height Data of a Microstructure into VirtualLab Fusion. Import of Material Data into VirtualLab Fusion. Import Optical Systems from Zemax OpticStudio. Importing Measured Sun Spectrum into VirtualLab Fusion. Ince Gaussian Modes. Influence of the position of the stop in a lens system.
Introduction to the Parametric Optimization Document. Investigation of Focus Shift due to Thermal Lensing. Investigation of Ghost Image Effects in Collimation System. Investigation of Idealized Vectorial Focusing Situation Using Debye-Wolf Integral. Investigation of Lens Aberrations in a SLM-based Beam Shaping Setup. Investigation of Polarization State of Diffraction Orders.
Investigation of Propagated Light behind a Microlens Array. Investigation of Sodium D Lines with a Fabry-Pérot Etalon. k-Domain Layout Visualization. Laser-Based Michelson Interferometer and Interference Fringe Exploration. Light Guide Layout Design Tool. Light Path Diagram Information Export.
Lightguide with 2D-Periodic Grating Structures Diamond-Shaped Based on Patent by Wave Optics. Lightguide with Butterfly Eye-Pupil Expander based on Patent by Microsoft. Littrow Configuration for Blazed Gratings. LP Fiber Mode Calculator. Mach-Zehnder Interferometer. Measurement of Orbital Angular Momentum OAM with Freeform Optical Elements. Metagrating Construction — Discussion at Examples. Microscopy System with Structured Illumination. Model the Spatially Extended Source by Shifted Elementary-Field Method.
Modeling and Design of Blazed Metagratings. Modeling of a Herriott-Cell. Modeling of a HoloLens 1 - Type Layout with Light Guide Component. Modeling of an Array of Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser VCSEL Diodes. Modeling of An Image Projection System Based on Panel-Type Display. Modeling of Bessel Beam Generation from Axicon with Round Tip. Modeling of Etalon with Planar or Curved Surfaces.
Modeling of Foucault Knife-Edge Test. Modeling of Graded-Index GRIN Lens. Modeling of Graded-Index GRIN Multimode Fiber. Modeling of Gratings within Optical System — Discussion at Examples. Modeling of Microlens Arrays with Different Lens Shapes. Modeling of the Talbot Effect. Modeling of Total Internal Reflection TIR Prism. Modeling of VCSEL Source by Two Uncorrelated Laguerre-Gaussian Modes. Modeling the Effects introduced by the Real Structure of a Diffractive Lens in a Hybrid Eyepiece.
Jump to navigation. See your beam as never before with BeamGage®. The camera-based beam profiling system consists of a camera and analysis software. Often times, this system will need to be used with beam attenuation or beam sizing accessories, depending on your laser application. Download Data Sheet. Watch the BeamGage video. If your camera is licensed for Standard, you can add a higher level tier with a software upgrade that can be purchased for a fee.
This includes the license code and the software DVD on a per camera basis. BeamGage Professional allows you to run an automation interface and also allows partitioning of the array to take measurements of multiple beams. In previous versions of BeamGage it was required to install and operate BeamGage with elevated privileges. The BeamGage 6.
You still have to install BeamGage 6. A camera is not meant to be a power meter. Then you can have a relative power reading come from your BeamGage beam profiling camera system. In adition, BeamGage reading can indicate a trend of laser power at same settings. You need to keep your Ophir sensor in the beam path so it will continually update the related reading to the given beam profile.
As BeamGage collects data points to put into the Pointing Stability function it allows you to see the concentration of where the data points are located. These are fitted to a distribution and you can get fractions of data that can produce information that is beyond the precision of the camera pixel.
An example would be if we collect 10 data points that have 5 points in one location and 5 points in a location just 1 pixel away. This is beyond the capability of the equipment, but the distribution mathematically is correct. Camera Based Beam Profiling with BeamGage. Profiler Finder Contact us.
Cameras Description Specifications Documentation Software FAQ. Cameras Select or compare sensors below for more information. ADD TO COMPARE. Wavelengths nm Beam Sizes USB 3. Compact, square design to increase setup versatility x pixel resolu tion with a 3.
More info. Wavelengths nm Beam Sizes 46μm - 9. The LT camera accurately captures and analyzes wavelengths from nm - nm. It features a compact design, wide dynamic range, unparalleled signal to noise ratio, and a 1" format that makes it ideal for beam profiling of large beams. Wavelengths nm Beam Sizes 45μm - 23mm Interface GigE.
The SPS camera accurately captures and analyzes wavelengths from nm nm. It is our largest active area at a Wavelengths nm Beam Sizes μm - 5. The phosphor-coated SPs camera accurately captures and analyzes wavelengths from nm - nm with improved accuracy in the NIR. It features a compact design, wide dynamic range, excellent signal to noise ratio, and built-in pre-triggering circuitry that makes it ideal for measuring CW and pulsed laser profiles or for telecom mode field analysis.
Wavelengths nm Beam Sizes μm - 9. It features a compact design, wide dynamic range, unparalleled signal to noise ratio, and a 1" format that makes it ideal for large beam NIR laser and telecom mode field analysis. Wavelengths nm Beam Sizes μm — 7. The SP camera accurately captures and analyzes wavelengths from nm - nm. It features a high resolution VGA sensor, compact design, power over Ethernet, stabilized sensor cooling with no fan, and automatic NUC file correction.
This InGaAs camera-based beam profiling system is ideal for eye-safe military, telecom, and medical laser applications. It features a QVGA sensor, compact design, power over Ethernet, stabilized sensor cooling with no fan, and automatic NUC file correction. Wavelengths nm Beam Sizes μm - 7. The Xeva XC camera accurately captures and analyzes wavelengths from nm - nm. It features operation at room temperature, a wide dynamic range, a fast data capture rate, and a large array that makes it ideal for large beam NIR laser and telecom mode field analysis.
Wavelengths nm, 1. The Pyrocam camera accurately captures and analyzes wavelengths from 13nm - nm and 1. It features a solid state high-resolution array with a wide dynamic range, fast data capture rates, and operates in CW or Pulsed modes which makes it ideal for analysis of NIR, CO2, and THz sources. High-Resolution 80µm pixel pitch Integrated Chopper for CW Beams Interchangeable Windows for a Wide Variety of Applications BeamGage professional software included.
Watch the BeamGage video See Your Beam As Never Before: The Graphical User Interface GUI of BeamGage is new. Dockable and floatable windows plus concealable ribbon tool bars empowers the BeamGage user to make the most of a small laptop display or a large, multi-monitor desktop PC.
Dual or single monitor setup with beam displays on one and results on the other. Note that results can be magnified large enough to see across the room. Beam only Note results overlaid on beam profile. Multiple beam and results windows. Measure Your Beam As Never Before: Ultracal: Essential, or no big deal? If you want accurate beam measurements, you want Ultracal. What is Ultracal? Our patented, baseline correction algorithm helped establish the ISO standard for beam measurement accuracy.
The problemswith cameras used in beam profile measurements are: a The baseline, or zero, of the cameras will drift with time and temperature changes, and b includerandom noise. Measure a beam with full intensity on the profiler camera. Insert a ND2 filter X attenuation into the beam and measure it again. Compare the results. Beam at full intensity, Width um, Std Dev 0. The conditions of this measurement is a camera with a 50dB SNR.
Or, you may occasionally have a very small beam of only a few tens of pixels. In both these cases, Ultracal becomes essential in obtaining accurate measurements. Beam Measurements and Statistics BeamGage allows you to configure as many measurements as needed to support your work, and comes standard with over 55 separatemeasurement choices. To distinguish between calculations that are based on ISO standards and those that are not, a graphical ISO logo isdisplayed next to appropriate measurements.
You can also choose to perform statistical calculations on any parameter in the list. Small sample of possible measurements out of a list of 55 Sample of calculation results with statistics applied And if BeamGage-Standard does not have the measurement you need the -Enterprise version permits the user to add-in custom calculations. User defined computations are treated just as the standard calculations. These custom results are displayed on the monitor, logged with results, and included on hard copy print-outs as if they were included in the original application.
Multiple Charting Options You can create strip charts for stability observations on practically any of the calculations options available. Charts enable tracking of short or long term stability of your laser. Strip chart of beam D4sigma width. Note how changing conditions affects the width repeatability. Beam intensity changed over 10db, making noise a significant factor in measurement stability.
Beam Pointing Stability Open the Pointing Stability Window to collect centroid and peak data from the core system and display it graphically.
View a chart recorder and statistical functions in one interface: Easy to Use and Powerful BeamGage is the only beam profiler on the market using modern Windows 7 navigation tools. The menu system of BeamGage is easy to learn and easy to use with most controls only one mouse click away.
Some ribbon toolbar examples: Some of the Beam Display options. Display access options under the Tools tab on the left. Some of the Beam Capture options. This permits secure product testing as well as data collection for Statistical Process Control SPC , all while assuring the validity of the data.
Failures or successes can be the impetus for additional actions including a TTL output signal or PC beep and the termination of further data acquisition. Pulsed lasers can be synced up to Hz, or the frame rate of the triggered camera, whichever is less. This is the first time in the industry a laser power meter has been married to a laser beam profile system. BeamGage is the only product to integrate profiling and power meter measurements BeamMaker®; Numerical Beam Profile Generator BeamGage contains a utility, BeamMaker, that can synthetically generate beam profile data by modeling either Laguerre, Hermite or donut laser beams in various modal configurations.
BeamMaker permits the user to model a beam profile by specifying the mode, size, width, height, intensity, angle, and noise content. Once generated the user can then compare the theoretically derived measurements to measurements including experimental inaccuracies produced by the various measurement instruments and environmental test conditions.
Users can now analyze expected results and confirm if measurement algorithms will accurately measure the beam even before the experiment is constructed. BeamMaker can help laser engineers, technicians and researchers understand a beam's modal content by calculating results on modeled beams for a better understanding of real laser beam profiles.
BeamMaker is to laser beam analysis as a function generator is to an oscilloscope. Multilingual BeamGage comes with both Japanese and Chinese user interface.
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