Ophir-Spiricon’s Sensor Finder Used in Lasers

Ophir-Spiricon, an international provider of accurate laser measurement systems, has launched an offline software application called Sensor Finder, which enables the customers to identify the most appropriate energy or power sensor for use in laser. The company has also included Russian and Chinese languages to their web site apart from English, Dutch and Japanese.

The offline version furnishes the same features as that of the online mode, providing access to everyone. The users need to record the essential laser characteristics as well as the type of calibration they require r and the Sensor Finder software exhibits an entire record of the energy/power sensors supplied by Ophir-Spiricon that can operate with the laser under specific conditions. The Sensor Finder computes and exhibits the energy and power density of the laser, the destruction level of the sensing devices under the stated conditions, and explains which sensors are suitable to operate with the laser specifications. The software program also calculates the extent of damage so that the customer can select a sensor which is below the damage limit. The sensors which have been recommended are displayed in the report.

The Sensor Finder can operate with Windows 7, XP or Vista and needs Microsoft Office 2003 or its higher version support.

Source: http://www.ophir-spiricon.com


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