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E 150 10.6

kW PowerMax Pro Sensor

kW PowerMax Pro Sensor

10.6 μm Cooling Method³ Water Cable Type DB25 Cable Length 3m (9.8ft.) ¹ See power handling curve for beam size requirements. ² Wavelengths typical; model dependent. ³ 1 gpm water flow with less than 10 PSI back pressure. Part Numbers Options PMP 1 kW PMP 3 kW 810 nm (no window) 1324794 1325222 10.6

PowerMax-Pro Sensor

PowerMax-Pro Sensor

…lasers at 10.6 μm. Drawing Packages Click the links below to download a complete drawing package for these products. PowerMax-Pro 150 HD (1266709) PowerMax-Pro 150F HD (1266708) PowerMax-Pro HP (1286588) Datasheet PowerMax-Pro Sensors Datasheet Related Materials Drawings PowerMax-Pro 150 BB and HD…

compatibility matrix 02

compatibility matrix 02

…C-30 10.6 um FieldMaxII-TO PM30 C-40, C-55 C-70, J-2 10.6, 9.4 um FieldMaxII-TO PM150 J-3-5 CO Laser 5um FieldMaxII-TO PM300, PM300F E-150, GEM-100, G-100, G-150, G-100i 10.6, 9.4 um FieldMaxII-TO PM150 E-250, E250i, J-3 10.6, 9.4 um FieldMaxII-TO PM300F-19 E-400, E-400i, E-1000, J-5, K-500 10.6 um…

2009 LMCCatalog86.pdf

2009 LMCCatalog86.pdf

…Sensor C-30 10.6 FieldMaxII-TO PM30 C-40, C-55, C-70 10.6 FieldMaxII-TO PM150 G-100, G-150 10.2 to 10.7 FieldMaxII-TO PM150 G-100i 9.4 ±0.3 FieldMaxII-TO PM150 K-250, K-225i, K-300 10.4 to 10.8 FieldMaxII-TO PM300F-19 E-400, K-500 10.2 to 10.8 FieldMaxII-TO PM1K GEM Select 50, 100 10.6 nominal…

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

…for Use with Coherent Lasers
Matrix of Recommendations
*
Laser Wavelength (µm) Power Meter1 Power Sensor
C-30 10.6 FieldMaxII-TO PM30
C-40, C-55, C-70 10.6 FieldMaxII-TO PM150
G-100, G-150, E-150 10.2 to 10.7 FieldMaxII-TO PM150
G-100i 9.4 ±0.3 FieldMaxII-TO PM150

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…the unique coherence and brightness of a laser source.
Monochromaticity - A photon's energy determines its wavelength through the relationship E = hc/, where h is Planck's constant, c is the speed of light, and
is wavelength. An ideal laser would emit all photons with exactly the same…