Compact Device Measures Laser Wavelength

LASER COMPONENTS expands its product portfolio to include WaveEye, a compact and versatile wavelength measuring device for cw or quasi-cw lasers between 450 nm and 950 nm. Measurement data is available at a rate of 1 kHz without any warm-up delay. It can be used for an optical input power range between 0.1μ W and 1 mW.

 

The digital measured value output is carried out via a USB connection, which also serves as a power supply. In addition, the wavelength information is available as voltages of up to 4.096V at the analog output. The WaveEye has an easy to use software or can be operated by simple serial text commands. Due to its small size, the WaveEye is suitable as an OEM component for a variety of applications, such as tunable lasers or as part of a larger measuring device. For more information, visit Laser Components.

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