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Avia preinstall.book

Avia preinstall.book


4. EXTERNAL INTERLOCK/CHILLER Connector Pinouts..............................................10
5. EXTERNAL INTERFACE Connector Pinouts.................................................................11
6. BNC

J-Power Pro Energy Sensor DB-25-to-BNC Adapter

J-Power Pro Energy Sensor DB-25-to-BNC Adapter

…powers the active sensor circuit in DB-25 EnergyMax and PowerMax-Pro sensors and passes the raw output voltage of the sensor directly to the BNC connector. The peak voltage of the output (as referenced from baseline voltage) can then be measured using an oscilloscope or another analog-to-digital…

LaserCam HR-InGaAs

LaserCam HR-InGaAs

…0.08 µJ/cm2 (without LDFP) Sensor Active Area (mm)(H xW) 9.6 x 7.7 Sensor Elements (pixels) 320 x 256 Spectral Range (nm) 900 to 1700 Trigger Connector BNC receptacle (trigger cable included) USB 2.0 Cable 6 ft. standard A/B cable included Variable Frame Integration 20 µsec to 10 msec, default at 1…

book.book

book.book

BNC
connector.
Figure 6-36 lists the dimensions for each connector (the Phono 3.5 mm Power Plug
and the BNC connector).
Table 6-5. Pin-Outs - Phono 3.5 mm Power Plug Connector
PLUG SIGNAL
Tip VIN
Base VIN
GND, Shield
Figure 6-35. Phono Power Plug with BNC

Coherent BioRay Operator's Manual

Coherent BioRay Operator's Manual

connectors: laser head, power in, BNC and
USB.
Laser Head
Connector
Use this connector to connect the Coherent
BioRay laser to the Controller.
Power In
Connector
Power is supplied to the Coherent
BioRay Controller through a l mm barrel
connector. The…

Book.book

Book.book

…system requires a remote computer control box to
initiate digital pulse operation.
The control box BNC connector has an input impedance of
2.2 K ohm. The laser SMB connector has an input impedance of
50 ohm..
1. Connect the laser as shown in "Section Three: Installation"…

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

…divergent sources and pulsed lasers used in applications such as laser
range finding.The sensor output is through a BNC connector and the
product ships with a 1.5 m BNC cable.
J100 Energy Sensor
J100
Device
Specifications
J100
Side View
1 Maximum energy…

2011-Diode-Laser-Modules-and-Pattern-Generators-Catalog.pdf

2011-Diode-Laser-Modules-and-Pattern-Generators-Catalog.pdf

… Optional 9, 12, 24 , 115/220 VAC
Connector Type Male phono-jack 3.5 mm Ø or custom
Slow Start Time Delay (msec) <250 for most models
Reverse-Polarity Protection, Over-Voltage Protection
Beam Modulation Via optional BNC connector
ESD Protection (kV) Discharge: Contact…

COHR Mini DS 1017 3.pdf

COHR Mini DS 1017 3.pdf


Max. Power
1 mW
U.S. Patent No. 4,826,299
U.S. Patent No. 5,523,889
CAN. Patent No. 1,276,827
On/Off Switch
BNC Connector for
Modulation (optional)
Length: 400 mm (16.0 in.)
Green LED
Mono Jack 3.5 mm
445 mm (17.5 in.)
Length
229…

LaserCam-HR II User Manual

LaserCam-HR II User Manual

…system interface with pulsed lasers and transient optical events, including
single-shot lasers.
Trigger In Trigger In uses the BNC connector labeled "IN" on the
LaserCam-HR II Trigger and Pass/Fail cable. This 5 VDC, TTL
input--available on the rising or falling edge--causes…

00 E-1000 PreInst.book

00 E-1000 PreInst.book

…power supply. Use a
9/16" wrench. Apply 190 lb.-in. (21.4 N·m) torque to nut supplied.
11
FWD & REFL
Power Monitor
(BNC connectors on
RF Power Supply)
For service use only.
12
Coolant
(outlet)
Connection for the cooling fluid hose. Cooling…

Microsoft Word - Wavelength Control and Locking with Sub-MHz Precision

Microsoft Word - Wavelength Control and Locking with Sub-MHz Precision

…enables larger cavity length changes with a slower response.
These stacks can be driven independently with 0-100V inputs through two BNC connectors
located on the back of the laser head. The output wavelength of the Verdi can be compared to
an external reference and drive signal(s)…

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