mks Ophir

Ophir is a brand within the MKS Instruments Photonics Solutions Division. The Ophir product portfolio consists of laser and LED measurement products, including laser power and energy meters, laser beam profilers measuring femto-watt to hundred-kilowatt lasers, high-performance IR and visible optical elements, IR thermal imaging lenses and zoom lenses for defense and commercial applications, OEM and replacement high-quality optics and sub-assemblies for CO2 and high-power fiber laser material processing applications. Ophir products enhance our customers’ capabilities and productivity in the semiconductor, advanced electronics and specialty industrial markets. For more information, visit

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  • Laser Power Meter & Energy Meter

    LaserStar Dual Channel 7Z01601 - mks Ophir

    The LaserStar is a microprocessor based laser power meter which is menu driven with window based software. Two models are available: single and dual channel.

  • Wireless Interface

    Quasar 7Z01300 - mks Ophir

    The Quasar module provides a way to use Ophir sensors as a remote laser power/energy meter allowing optimum placement of the sensor and separate optimum placement of your PC or laptop with no connecting cables.

  • High End Portable Laser Power/Energy Meter

    Centauri Single Channel P/N7Z01700 - mks Ophir

    *Compatible with all standard Ophir Thermal, BeamTrack, Pyroelectric and Photodiode sensors*Large 7" Full Color Touch Display*Multilingual interface – English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Russian, Japanese, Chinese and Korean*Single and Dual Channel models available*Various Displays: Bargraph, Analog Needle, Line Plot, Pulse Chart, Pass/Fail, Position, Stability, and Real Time Statistics*Dual Channel Instrument supports Split and Merged Graphical Displays*Sophisticated power and energy logging, including logging every pulse at up to 25000Hz with Pyro sensors*Math functions: Density, Scale Factor, Normalize against base line, etc. Functions can be mixed together, displayed graphically, and can also be logged

  • *PC Interfaces

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    Ophir PC interfaces work on the smart plug principle. This means that almost any Ophir PC interface can work – plug and play – with almost any of the wide range of Ophir sensors. Ophir PC interfaces are also the most precisely calibrated units on the marketת, thus measuring with the highest accuracy. With the versatile Ophir StarLab software, your PC becomes a complete laser measurement station. Ophir also provides software to interface seamlessly with LabVIEW or the user's own software.

  • *Terahertz Measurement

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    Terahertz laser power and beam profiling measurement is not a trivial task. But as anyone using or developing THz lasers knows, it is crucial to obtain accurate measurements of your laser. Ophir offers a few choices, depending on what aspect of your laser you need to measure. Read these posts for more about Terahertz measurement.

  • *Beam Propagation Analysis

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    M², or Beam Propagation Ratio, is a value that indicates how close a laser is to being a single mode TEM00 beam, which in turn determines how small a beam waist can be focused. For the perfect Gaussian TEM00 condition the M² equals 1. M² cannot be determined from a single beam profile measurement. The ISO/DIS 11146 requires that M² be calculated from a series of measurements. M² is measured on real beams by focusing the beam with a fixed position lens of known focal length, and then measuring the characteristics of the artificially created beam waist and divergence. We have a number of solutions for the measurement of M² ranging from simple manual processes to fully automated dedicated instruments, depending on the frequency of the need to measure M² of lasers and laser systems.

  • *Divergent Light Measurement

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    The IS1.5-VIS-FPD-800 & IS1.5-IRG-FPD-800 contain 2 photodiodes: a calibrated photodiode for precise power measurement using Ophir meters and a fast photodiode with integral reverse bias circuit for temporal characterization using third-party instrumentation such as oscilloscopes and spectrum analyzers. Their small, 1.5" internal diameter preserves the temporal shape of pulses down to 3.5 nsec for VIS and 6 nsec for IRG. An SMA fiber optic connector is provided for connection to a spectrometer. The large, 20 mm input aperture allows for wide acceptance angles and long working distances, making these spheres well suited for testing VCSELs and other types of laser.

  • *High Speed, Multifunctional Integrating Spheres

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    Multifunctional integrating spheres enable simultaneous measurement of multiple laser parameters including:*Power*Pulse Characteristics*Spectrum

  • Entry Level Beam Profiling

    BeamMic® - mks Ophir

    BeamMic is simplified set of measurement tools for the entry level beam analysis user. 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. BeamMic includes a complete set of high-accuracy measurements, and features a rich graphical interface. For the laser technician, this entry-level software will easily help you quickly become familiar with the many benefits of beam profiling.

  • Handheld Laser Power & Energy Meter

    Nova ΙΙ 7Z01550 - mks Ophir

    *Compatible with all standard Ophir Thermopile, BeamTrack, Pyroelectric and Photodiode sensors.*Large, high definition LCD display.*Both digital and analog needle display.*USB and RS232 output to PC with Statistics package.*Select between English and Japanese interfaces*Analog output.*Soft keys and menu driven functions with on line help.*Log every data point at up to 4000Hz with pyroelectric sensors.*Non-volatile data storage up to 59,400 points.*Laser tuning screen and power log.*2 position kickstand.*System Integrator Tools included: LabVIEW VIs, COM Object Interface.

  • NanoModeScan M² Measuring System

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    This scanning slit M² measurement system accurately analyzes lasers with wavelengths from UV to Far Infrared with its silicon, germanium, or pyroelectric head. It features a compact portable design, immediate results, ISO compliant measurements, and operates in CW or kHz Pulsed modes which makes it ideal for comprehensive analysis of lasers of most wavelengths.

  • *Measure Focus Spot

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    The focus spot analyzer can measure your laser beam power distribution and focal spot size of wavelengths from 266 – 1100nm. The average power can be from <1 to 400 Watts and the focal spot can be as small as 25µm. The FSA can also be used to measure how the focal spot shifts with power during its critical start-up phase.

  • *Pulse Characterization Sensors

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    Pulse Characterization Sensors provide the ability to see and measure the temporal characteristics of pulsed and CW laser beams. Ophir Fast Photodiode Detectors are designed to convert optical signals into electrical signals which are then measured with third-party instrumentation such as oscilloscopes and spectrum analyzers. Accessories are available to connect to IS6 integrating spheres or fiber optic cables. Attenuating filter accessories are also available to increase their dynamic range. Different models offer silicon, UV enhanced silicon and InGaAs PIN photodiodes, covering a combined spectral range of 193 nm to 1700 nm. Rise times range from 25 picoseconds to 3 nanoseconds. The fast rise times are achieved by an internal reverse bias voltage circuit. Power is supplied by internal batteries and/or an external power supply depending on the model. Detectors should be connected to a 50Ω impedance in order to maintain their nominal rise times. They can be connected to higher impedance loads, but this will result in a significant increase in the rise time. If higher output voltage is required, it is recommended to connect the detector to a trans-impedance amplifier with an Input impedance of 50Ω

  • *OEM Power Sensors

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    The OEM “standard” sensors are actually families of existing OEM sensors with typical specifications shown. They can be tailored as needed to fit your specific requirements. In addition to the products described, Ophir has developed hundreds of other OEM solutions. These compact laser power sensors have built-in amplifiers and are easy to install. They contain all the electronics needed including algorithms to increase the sensor's speed of response. Connections to the sensors are simple, with the host providing DC power and the sensor providing a voltage or digital output. Outputs Available: DB15 smart sensor output; Calibrated analog output; RS232; USB; Ehthernet. Simply fill out the Sensor Customization form so we can provide just the right solution for your needs.

  • Non-Contact Beam Profiler

    BeamWatch - mks Ophir

    The patented BeamWatch non-contact profiling system accurately captures and analyzes industrial multi-kilowatt lasers wavelengths from 980nm - 1080nm by measuring Rayleigh Scattering. It features a complete passthrough beam measurement technique, no moving parts, and a lightweight compact design which makes it ideal for comprehensive analysis of industrial multi-kilowatt lasers

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