CinCam CMOS | Large Format Laser Beam Profilers

Sensor active area

~36 x 27 mm

Pixel pitch

4.6 µm or 6.4 µm

Spectral range - Laser type

350 - 1100 nm - CW or pulsed

Bit depth



RayCi Lite, Standard or Pro


GigE Ethernet

The CinCam CMOS 3501 and 3502 are large format CMOS beam profilers with an active area up to 36 x 27 mm allowing direct profiling of large lasers beams between 350 and 1100 nm.

This is an ideal solution highly divergent beams such as  VSCEL sources.



CinCam CMOS laser beam profiler is a cost-effective & high quality beam profiler based on Megapixel CMOS sensor.

The CMOS beam profiling cameras are optimized to provide excellent sensitivity at an outstanding price. The Megapixel CMOS sensor provides accurate laser beam analysis with up to 30fps. The lightweight and ultra-compact design enables easy adaption to standard optical imaging systems and opto-mechanical components ensuring highest flexibility.

CinCam CMOS laser beam profiler includes the specifically designed RayCi analysis software which supports Windows operating systems. Its sophisticated software architecture opens up new opportunities in laser beam analysis according to ISO standards.

Available to buy online on our online store

To learn more about laser beam profiling applications, visit our application page here

The particular cost-effective entry-level beam profiler CinCam CMOS is optimized to provide excellent sensitivity from <150nm to 1150nm (1320nm). The CMOS sensor is constructed without cover glass to avoid interference patterns. The lightweight and ultracompact design facilitates easy integration in optical assemblies.

The portable CinCam beam profiling camera is designed to be used in a variety of applications in industry, science, R&D, including: • Laser beam analysis of cw and pulsed lasers • Quick control of laser modes and adjustment errors • Test equipment for scientific research • Near-Field and Far-Field analyses of lasers, LED devices and other light sources

picture of cincam cmos beam profiler


Different wavelength regions require different sensor types. Silicon-based sensors are a good choice for wavelengths in the visible and near-infrared spectral region up to roughly 1 or 1.1 μm, whereas InGaAs-based detectors can be used up to ≈ 1.7 μm. For ultraviolet lasers, CCD and CMOS arrays can be used in conjunction with UV conversion plates, converting the radiation to longer wavelengths which do not damage the arrays.


  • Super compact design : down to 15 x 15 x 11.5 mm3
  • Operating wavelength : 400-1320 nm extendable to UV or NIR with sensor coating
  • Cost-effective & high quality solution
  • High-resolution MPixel sensor without cover glass
  • Real-time monitoring by high frame rate and dynamic range
  • Standard high-speed USB 2.0 / 3.0 interface
  • Several RayCi software versions available : Lite, Standard (includes Labview SDK), Professional
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