Choosing The Right Laser Power Or Energy Sensor Is Easier Said Than Done.
|Choosing the best laser sensor for a particular application can be quite overwhelming. To help make the process much easier, there is now a new tool that will direct you towards the laser sensors that will best fit your needs. It is the (free to use) Ophir-Spiricon Sensors Finding Program (SFP). We’ll talk more about it later (it definitely deserves its own blog post) but here’s the thing: When using the SFP, you’ll be inserting quite a few facts about your laser into the program and in order to insert them correctly, well, you’ll need to know what they are.We’ve created a short guidethat explains which details you need to know about your laser and why. Please keep in mind that it is of utmost importance to attain all of this information so that the sensor you choose will not get damaged and will give accurate readings. Just to give you an idea, here is a quick overview:
To read the full guide, click here. Please let us know if you have any further questions or if there are any topics on which you would like more information
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