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Microsoft Word - Document1

Microsoft Word - Document1

…of dental cements. However, the newest UV curing lights come up to their maximum power much more quickly than earlier models. Thermopile detectors aren't fast enough to follow this power increase precisely. An attenuator or beamsplitter could be used to reduce the output enough to allow measurement…

Mira brochure

Mira brochure

…mirror M5 Starter mechanism Fold mirror M3 Detector block pick-off Power/fluorescence detector CW detector galvo CW detector CW cavity end mirror M9 Cavity length thermal compensation mechanism 900-P fold mirror M10 Fast photodiode sync output detector Saturable absorber aperture with width and…

PowerMax-Pro Sensor

PowerMax-Pro Sensor

…enables fast, high power measurmeent, with high damage resistance. The sensor is so fast, less than ten microseconds in the case of the “HD” version, that users can trace the pulse shape of modulated lasers at pulse repetition frequencies up to 25 kHz. In traditional thermopile detectors, heat is…

Mira 900

Mira 900

…and diagnostics system enables easy adjustment of the output wavelength, pulse width and power. Optima features a fast photodiode, relative power monitor, ß-lock, CW detector, humidity sensor and an automatic starter. A wide range of accessories is available for the Mira-900. These allow operation…

Mira Family

Mira Family

…widely used and reliable KLM (Kerr Lens Modelocking) technique. This extremely simple, all-solid-state approach is analogous to modelocking by a fast saturable absorber. Group Velocity Dispersion (GVD) in the Mira Optima 900-F (the femtosecond cavity version of the Mira) is compensated by a simple…

Mira Family

Mira Family

…widely used and reliable KLM (Kerr Lens Modelocking) technique. This extremely simple, all-solid-state approach is analogous to modelocking by a fast saturable absorber. Group Velocity Dispersion (GVD) in the Mira Optima 900-F (the femtosecond cavity version of the Mira) is compensated by a simple…

kW PowerMax Pro Sensor

kW PowerMax Pro Sensor

…semiconductor photodiode. The sensor is so fast that a kW laser measurement reaches steady state in less than 100 microseconds with no overshoot. This capability provides nearly instantaneous high power measurement. In traditional kW thermopile detectors, heat is generated in the absorbing coating…

Microsoft Word - Document1

Microsoft Word - Document1

…of dental cements. However, the newest UV curing lights come up to their maximum power much more quickly than earlier models. Thermopile detectors aren't fast enough to follow this power increase precisely. An attenuator or beamsplitter could be used to reduce the output enough to allow measurement…

Microsoft Word - Document1

Microsoft Word - Document1

…of dental cements. However, the newest UV curing lights come up to their maximum power much more quickly than earlier models. Thermopile detectors aren't fast enough to follow this power increase precisely. An attenuator or beamsplitter could be used to reduce the output enough to allow measurement…

Mira brochure

Mira brochure

…mirror M5 Starter mechanism Fold mirror M3 Detector block pick-off Power/fluorescence detector CW detector galvo CW detector CW cavity end mirror M9 Cavity length thermal compensation mechanism 900-P fold mirror M10 Fast photodiode sync output detector Saturable absorber aperture with width and…

Mira brochure

Mira brochure

…mirror M5 Starter mechanism Fold mirror M3 Detector block pick-off Power/fluorescence detector CW detector galvo CW detector CW cavity end mirror M9 Cavity length thermal compensation mechanism 900-P fold mirror M10 Fast photodiode sync output detector Saturable absorber aperture with width and…

Laser Focus World - September 2015

Laser Focus World - September 2015

…15 × 15 × 11.5 mm and contains a 5 Mpixel detector with a 2.2 µm pixel size (see Fig. 5). "Cinogy's beam profilers are all based on 2D detectors associated with software that provides uniquely fast measurement," he adds. "CMOS, CCD, or SWIR detectors types are used for the beam profilers dedicated…

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