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COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf


LM5000 and BeamFinder
These kilowatt thermopile sensors are
water-cooled for measuring output over
100W and are excellent for use with CO2
and Nd:YAG lasers.
Tap or distilled cooling water is recommended with these sensors - DI
water can not be used. Flow rates are…

Laser Power Sensors

Laser Power Sensors

…measuring laser power to 150W. Fan-Cooled Thermopile Sensors 300W Fan-Cooled Thermopile Sensors 300W Fan-cooled thermopile sensors for measurement of laser power up to 300W. High Power Water-Cooled Thermopile Sensors to 5kW High Power Water-Cooled Thermopile Sensors to 5kW Measure industrial CO2 and…

High Power Water-Cooled Thermopile Sensors to 5kW

High Power Water-Cooled Thermopile Sensors to 5kW

…management within these sensors enable them to deliver kW level power handling capacity. They can capably measure industrial CO2 and Nd:YAG lasers at power levels from 100W up to 5 kW. Contact Us About This Product PRICE HERE Close High Power Water-Cooled Thermopile Sensors Drawing Packages Click…

Position Sensing Water Cooled Thermopile Sensors 5kW

Position Sensing Water Cooled Thermopile Sensors 5kW

…5 kW (RoHS) Sensors useful for non-visible beams.
* 100W to 5000W range
* Broadband coatings
* 0.25 to 10.6 µm spectral range
* Compact water-cooled design
* Large 38 mm or 55 mm diameter aperture
* Excellent for high-power CO2 and Nd:YAG lasers
* RoHS Compliant Contact Us About This Product PRICE…

COHR MaterialsProcessingBrochure 0816revA 3.pdf

COHR MaterialsProcessingBrochure 0816revA 3.pdf

…and GEM-Series
CO2 lasers are rugged, highly efficient, continuous-wave OEM units
providing output powers up to 100W.Their ultra-compact air-cooled
or liquid-cooled design makes them the highest output power per
unit volume of any sealed CO2 laser available commercially.Their…

HighValueMarkingApps.pdf

HighValueMarkingApps.pdf

…(DPSS) lasers with nanosecond pulse widths, CO2 lasers, or fibre lasers. These technologies are available at a reasonable cost and they support fast process throughput rates. Recently, a new class of so-called "high value" marking applications has emerged that require industrial picosecond lasers to…