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Imagine Optic Wavefront Sensor HASO 4 First

Wavefront sensor optimized for your wavelength.


Imagine Optic Wavefront Sensor HASO 4 First delivers accurate, reliable and fast measurement at the wavelength of your choice. This HASO is based on a camera offering the best industrial standards in term of reliability, and high wavefront measurement performance thanks to the unique characteristics coming with each of our products : factory calibration, advanced software and high quality hardware.


Aperture dimension 3.6 x 4.6 mm²
Number of microlenses32 x 40
Tilt dynamic range> ± 3 ° (400 λ)
Focus dynamic range± 0.018 m to ± ∞ (350 λ)
Focus dynamic range – maximum NA0.1
Repeatability (rms) < λ/200
Wavefront measurement accuracy in relative mode (rms)*~ λ/150
Wavefront measurement accuracy in absolute mode (rms)**~ λ/100
Tilt measurement sensitivity (rms)5 μrad
Focus measurement sensitivity (rms) 3 x 10^-3 m^-1
Spatial resolution~ 110 μm
Maximum acquisition frequency100 Hz
Processing frequency (CPU 3Ghz, 512 Mb RAM)20 Hz
Working wavelength range350 – 1100 nm
Calibrated wavelengthIn the 400-1100 nm range, details on request***
Extended wavelength rangeNot available
Dimensions / weight42x 42 x 42 mm^3 /150g
Working temperature15 – 30° C
Interface / Power supply USB 3.0 / 2.7 W via USB
Operating systemWindows 7 (32 and 64 bit) and Windows 10
WaveViewTM metrology software Included
External triggeryes

*Wavefront as seen by the device. **Difference between the real wavefront and a reference wavefront obtained in similar conditions (5λ of shift max). ***Single wavelength calibration (+- 50 nm), second wavelength calibration available on request.

View/download the datasheet for HASO First here.

View/download the datasheet for WaveView analysis software.

Deformable Mirror Applications:

  • Laser wavefront correction and control
  • Ultra-high intense lasers
  • Focal spot optimization
  • Focal spot control
  • Microscopy

Deformable Mirror Publications:

Imagine Optic Webinar – Can you trust your wavefront sensor?


View/download notes on adaptive optics.

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