The HASO SWIR wavefront sensor is our Shack Hartmann wavefront sensor based on InGaAs camera offering high accuracy, large dynamic range and speed over the SWIR 0.9-1.7 µm. It is the ideal wavefront sensor for optical metrology and adaptive optics. Key features includes;
- ~ λ/100 rms on the 0.9 – 1.7 µm wavelength range
- simultaneous and independent measurement of both phase and intensity
- true absolute measurement
- large dynamic range
- acquisition frequency up to 99 Hz
The ideal tool for optical metrology and adaptive optics applications such as long-range communication.
- λ/100 rms absolute accuracy for incoherent and λ/50 rms for coherent light on a huge dynamic range (see the graph below)
- Measurement more than 150 Zernike polynomials with individual accuracy better than 5 nm rms
The Most Advanced Wavefront Measurement and Analysis Software
WaveView4 offers more than 150 features and tools optimized for a wide range of highly demanding applications. Its development philosophy is based on tens of years of customer’s feedback, improving the user experience with each version. Indeed, this software provides a function to analyze segmented wavefronts and allows autosave for sequence measurements. Modules dedicated to PSF, MTF, and M2 are available.
WaveKit is SDK in C/C++, LabVIEW and Python, providing the basic blocks on which one can build a fully customized software for specific HASO-based applications or WaveView4 data processing routines. This software is available on request.
WaveKit (Software Development Kit – SDK) enables you to interface the HASO SWIR wavefront sensor with any kind of OEM products and systems. On request, we can develop customized software solutions that adapts perfectly to your application. Our engineering team ensures sustainable product integration and maintenance for a long product lifetime.
Transform your Wavefront Sensor into a full Metrology Solution with R-FLEX & R-FLEX LA
The R-FLEX2 is a versatile optical metrology system that instantly combines any of our HASO4 wavefront sensors in the with a collimator and a light source. It is currently used for quality control of complex optical systems such as life science instrumentation, alignment of large telescopes and collimators, large concave mirrors, and lenses and complex optical systems in general.
The R-FLEX LA is a collimating platform that extends the capabilities of the HASO R-FLEX2 to large optics and optical surfaces. The output collimated beam size ranges from 30 to 150 mm. Analyze large optics and optical surfaces such as filters, dichroic beam splitters, head-up displays, eyewear, optical windows, flat mirrors, polarization scramblers.
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Manufacturer’s Website: www.imagine-optic.com
For more wavefront sensors from Axiom Optics: https://www.axiomoptics.com/optical-metrology-system/