These products continue our strive for supplying a range of matching Lidar components which are
All products share a unified Ethernet interface for easier deployment and programming.
- highly integrated,
- make lidars more compact
- and help to automate lidar measurements.
The Licel Polarotor adds
(de-)polarization measurements to
multispectral detection systems.
A rotating Glan Thompson prism is used
to separate p- and s-polarized signal
The integrated trigger generator
synchronizes the laser flashlamp and
In many LIDAR applications, daylight is among the
major limiting parameters for the achievable signal
By implementing a continuous monitoring and
correction of the alignment, the telescope field of view
can be reduced close to the laser beam divergence.
This can improve operation of narrow field of view
Raman or micropulse lidars and unattended operation.
Monitoring every laser shot is the optimum
approach to detect laser pulse energy
fluctuations, SHG and THG efficiency changes
and flashlamp degradation of your laser .
A laser spot reflection can be measured using a
photodiode or a laser power meter head.
Control the laser, the transient recorder and the
gating from a single integrated module instead
of using an external pulse generator. The
module provides all necessary trigger signals:
laser flashlamp, laser Q-switch, transient
recorder and gating. Use these signals to setup
a pretrigger solution where the laser can be
either master or slave.
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