EnergyMax Heat Sinks Accessories for EnergyMax Sensors Features · Extend EnergyMax energy and/or repetition rate range · Easily attach to EnergyMax sensors in the field · Two heat sinks for 25 mm sensors (small, medium) · One heat sink for 50 mm sensors (large) Superior Reliability & Performance…
Coherent EnergyMax sensors enable laser pulse energy
measurement over a broad range of wavelengths, repetition
rates, pulse energies and beam diameters.With their unique
combination of superior performance and user-friendly
convenience, EnergyMax sensors are your best choice…
…Adapter to use LM Model Thermopile Sensors
PM & PS Model Thermopile
PowerMax-Pro LM Model Thermopile
…used at wavelengths different from the calibration wavelength.
Table 2-5. Quantum EnergyMax Sensor Specifications
Energy Range 750 pJ to 775 nJ (at 532 nm)
Noise Equivalent Energy < 75 pJ (at 532 nm)
Wavelength Range (nm) 325 to 900
Active Area Diameter…
…thermopile sensors, PowerMax-Pro sensors, LM model position-sensing thermopiles, LM-2 & OP-2 optical sensors, and
EnergyMax DB-25 pyroelectric energy sensors.
· High-speed sampling up to 625 kHz for laser temporal pulse
analysis when used with PowerMax-Pro sensors.
…PowerMax-Pro sensors. Laser Power and Energy Meter LabMax-Pro SSIM Features: · Laser power and energy meter · Compatible with PowerMax-Pro and PM Model thermopiles, LM model position-sensing thermopiles, LM-2 & OP-2 optical sensors, and EnergyMax DB-25 pyroelectric energy sensors · High speed…
technicians typically already have a laptop computer.
In EnergyMax laser energy sensors, all meter
electronics are miniaturized and integrated within a
module that is part of the sensor head cable. Once
again, a host computer is then used for instrument…
…343-4912 I (408) 764-4042 1 White Paper Meterless Laser Energy Measurement Concept Lowers Cost and Simplifies Integration In Coherent's EnergyMax laser energy sensors, all meter electronics are miniaturized and integrated within the sensor head cable. This approach particularly facilitates their…
7. Select the sensor serial number
from the Select Sensor dropdown
menu. In the example at right, the
selected sensor is 0438B10R.
8. Press the Start Data Collection
button and then turn ON the laser
to begin taking energy measurements.
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