The first part is provided by either a HASO4 SWIR or a HASO4 SWIR 1550. Their InGaAs camera and lens matrix coupled with Waveview4 software offer a high accuracy, a large dynamic range and a high-speed acquisition frequency. They both embed the new SpotTracker technology, providing absolute wavefront and tilt information and eliminating alignment requirements. They’re the ideal metrology tool for optical metrology, including complex lens alignment, aberrations measurement, PSF and MTF values, as well as adaptive optics applications such as long-range communication.
The second part is the R-Flex 2 SWIR. The second generation of our versatile optical metrology system in the 900-1700 nm range instantly combines any of the HASO4 SWIR wavefront sensors with a collimator and a light source. They are commonly used to characterize optical surfaces, characterize chromatic aberrations, analyze the transmitted wavefront of optical systems with double-pass configuration and optimize complex lens alignement.
The third part is the R-Flex LA SWIR, the large-diameter collimating platform that extends the capabilities of the R-Flex2 SWIR, with its embedded HASO4 SWIR, to large optics and numerous optical surfaces such as filters, dichroic beam splitters, head-up displays, eyewear, optical windows, flat mirrors, and polarization scramblers.
“All about SWIR” series
- In Ze Lab with Xavier Levecq, CSO
- The Swiss Army Knife of optics in the SWIR
- Coffee Wizz Xavier Levecq, CSO