WinCamD-XHR – 1/2′ CMOS System

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Min. Beam (10 pixels):


Optional Wavelength Extensions:

‑1310 = 355‑1350 nm

Optional Wavelength Extensions:

‑UV = 190‑1150 nm

Pixel Count, HxV:

3.1 Mpixel, 2048 x 1536

Pixel Dimensions:

3.2 x 3.2 µm

Sensor Image Area:

6.5 x 4.9mm



Wavelength Range:

355 - 1150nm

WinCamD Series

The WinCamD laser beam profiling camera range is a comprehensive selection of CCD and CMOS cameras that provide USB port powered beam profiling. WinCamD beam profiling cameras measure both CW and pulsed lasers and handle automated and manually triggered (TTL) measurements.

Laser beam profiling with the WinCamD is fast and easy, with a well-designed, intuitively accessible interface. The ability to identify spatial modes to a high degree of accuracy as well being able to view edge effects (at levels below 1%) in the laser beam with a simple logarithmic view of the beam profile offers opportunities for thorough analysis and definite conclusions.

To avoid reflections, fringes and distortions of the measured intensity distribution all CCD-systems are delivered without the face window of the chip. To protect the chip against mechanical damage, dust and to block background light all beam profile cameras are fitted with an LDFP (Low Distortion Face Plate) with an optical density of OD4 (other optical densities are available on request).

Beyond wavelength choices, the different varieties of WinCamD laser beam profilers include varying pixel counts, sensor image area, frame rates, shutter types and chip sizes.

WinCamD-FIR laser beam profiler contains a microbolometer array sensitive to photons in the 8-14µm wavelength range. The WinCamD-FIR8-14-HR is the highest resolution, most cost effective beam profiler available today for this wavelength region.

WinCamD-NIR laser beam profilers have IR phosphor on chip technology that converts the 1490-1600nm region into wavelengths visible to the camera.

The -UCD23 version has a larger, 2/3" chip compared to the 1/2" chip of the standard -UCD12.