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OIDA Sponsored Webinar: How to Measure Pulse-to-Pulse Laser Energy Accurately for All Energy Levels

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OIDA Sponsored Webinar: How to Measure Pulse-to-Pulse Laser Energy Accurately for All Energy Levels

21 July 2021, 12:00 - 13:00 - Eastern Daylight Time (UTC - 04:00)

Does your laser system always produce the exact same energy output? One may be tempted to assume that lasers always produce energy as per their specifications and that it never changes over time. The reality is often very different.

Many elements such as the optical components and surrounding environment have an impact on the energy your beam delivers. The intrinsic noise of the pulsed laser is also an important factor since it has a large impact on pulse-to-pulse energy stability.

  • If you manufacture medical equipment, you need to ensure patient’s safety and guarantee good operation for your customers.
  • If you integrate LIDAR system you can’t afford to have variation in laser energy from pulse-to-pulse, otherwise, the reflection would be meaningless.
  • If you do nuclear fusion research, you need to monitor all the laser lines that operate the system at different checkpoints in order to produce the desirable results.

In this webinar, you will learn how to measure laser energy accurately. You will also discover the tools that can help you maintain standardized quality and ensure end-users’ safety, therefore ensuring the success of your operations.

 

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Speakers

Ahmed Rihane, Sales Engineer, Gentec-EO

Ahmed Rihane, sales engineer, is in charge of the US/Canada East coast at Gentec-EO. He has a solid technical background in physical engineering from Laval University and has more than 10 years of experience in the photonics/sensors industry.

He juggles between a pre-sales role where he identifies which solution fits the best his customers’ needs and a post-sales role where he makes sure that the solutions work successfully once a purchase is made.

 

 

 

The views expressed in this webinar do not reflect those of OIDA and The Optical Society.