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EnergyMax-USB Sensors

EnergyMax-USB Sensors

…‘meterless’ sensors contain miniaturized meter electronics and a high speed USB interface that are integrated within the sensor cable. Coherent’s entire range of high performance EnergyMax-USB sensors enable the measurement of the energy per pulse or average power of pulsed lasers from the nanojoule…

FieldMate

FieldMate

…the ultraviolet to the infrared, from nW to kW. Built-in wavelength compensation ensures that readings at any wavelength will remain accurate. This meter provides an economical way to perform laser power measurements and laser tuning. Specifications Max. Measurable Power (with thermopile sensor)…

1000-1Attentuator

1000-1Attentuator

…For OP-2 and LM-2 Optical Sensors. This attenuator is compatible with OP-2 and LM-2 optical sensors. It allows use of the visible (VIS) and infrared (IR) models at 5 watts and 3 watts, respectively. The attenuator threads into the sensor, in place of the light shield, and provides from 1100:1…

PowerMax-Pro Sensor

PowerMax-Pro Sensor

…PowerMax-Pro 150 BB and HD model sensors PowerMax-Pro 150F BB and HD model sensors White Papers Novel Laser Power Sensor Improves Process Control Using PowerMax-Pro Sensors with Legacy Meters Related Products kW PowerMax-Pro Sensor Call 1-800-227-8840 Outside the U.S. 1-408-764-4983 Coherent has…

Quantum Series EnergyMax Sensors

Quantum Series EnergyMax Sensors

…Quantum EnergyMax sensors are useful for a broad range of research, commercial and military applications involving low power pulses. Examples include measurement of infrared pulsed lasers beyond 1064 nm, typically used for military targeting purposes. Other examples are measurement of kHz ultrafast…

EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf

EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf

…product range enables measurement of the energy per
pulse or average power of pulsed lasers from the nanojoule
to the multi-joule level, over wavelengths from the deep
ultraviolet through the far infrared, and from single pulses to
repetition rates of 10 kHz (with measurement…

Mira brochure

Mira brochure

…a simple
source of widely tunable ultrafast pulses.
Wavelengths from the ultraviolet to infrared
regions are readily accessible.
Detection.
A full range of power meters, autocorrelators,
spectrometers, IR/UV viewers, and more are
available from Coherent for use…

PowerMax-Pro-White-Paper-Novel-Laser-Power-Sensor-Improves-Process-Control FORMFIRST.pdf

PowerMax-Pro-White-Paper-Novel-Laser-Power-Sensor-Improves-Process-Control FORMFIRST.pdf

…Calibrated electronics in the meter
convert this electrical signal into a laser power reading.
Thermopile sensors have several advantages,
including an extremely broad spectral range, an ability
to work over a wide range of input powers, high laser
damage resistance,…

Photonics Spectra - July 2014

Photonics Spectra - July 2014

…thermocouples. Calibrated electronics in the meter convert this electrical signal into a laser-power reading.
Thermopile sensors have several advantages, including an extremely broad spectral range, an ability to work over a wide
range of input powers, high laser-damage
resistance and…

High-Sensitivity Optical Sensors

High-Sensitivity Optical Sensors

…sensor for 800-1800 nm in the infrared (IR). OP-2 sensors function with the LabMax-Pro, LabMax-TOP/TO, FieldMaxII-TOP/TO/P and FieldMate meters. LM-2 sensors were originally designed to function with legacy meters Ultima LabMaster, FieldMaster, and FieldMaster-GS meters (now phased out), and are…

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

…during
setup, especially for infrared laser
beams.There is also a trending
feature to monitor the position of
the beam over time, and the
position data can be logged to
a file.
Laser Power and Energy Meters
LabMax Meters
Data Logging
Data logging…

Book.book

Book.book


mm Millimeter(s) = 10
-3
meters
mrad Milliradian(s) = 10
-3
radians (angle)
ms Millisecond(s) = 10
-3
seconds
mV Millivolt(s)
MVP Modulation and variable power
mW Milliwatt(s) = 10
-3
Watts (power)
NA Numerical aperture

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