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C24 Program

C24 Program

…USB Energy Sensors USB J-10MB-LE USB J-25MB-LE USB J-50MB-YAG Optical Sensors LM-2 VIS OP-2 IR OP-2 VIS DB25 Power Sensors LM Model Thermopile Sensors LM-3 LM-10 LM-45 PM Model Air-Cooled Thermopile Sensors - to 150W (RoHS) PM2 PM10 PM30 PM30X PM Model Fan-Cooled Thermopile Sensors - to 300W (RoHS)…

Energy Max Laser Sensors

Energy Max Laser Sensors

…EnergyMax Sensors Multipurpose EnergyMax Sensors Mutipurpose, high damage threshold, large area, laser energy sensors that allow measurements over a wide range of wavelengths, beam diameters, power levels, and repetition rates. YAG/Harmonics And IR sensors YAG/Harmonics And IR sensors Very high…

YAG/Harmonics and IR Sensors

YAG/Harmonics and IR Sensors

YAG/Harmonics and IR Sensors Very high damage threshold, large area, laser energy sensors optimized for Nd:YAG, Erbium, Ruby and Holmium lasers. Coherent YAG/Harmonics and IR EnergyMax sensors are specifically designed for use with very high energy/peak power lasers operating at low repetition…

Thermal Smart Sensor Adapter

Thermal Smart Sensor Adapter

…wtih LM-2 IR, VIS, or UV. Accuracy is ±2% in addition to adapter accuracy, syste accuracy depends on the stated accuracy of the specific meter and sensor being used. Coherent Sensor Compatibility Thermal SmartSensor adapter is compatible with the following Coherent sensors: Sensor Item Number…

PowerMax-USB sensors

PowerMax-USB sensors

IR. Support & Download Center Drawing Packages Click the links below to download a complete drawing package for these products. PowerMax-USB LM-10 Power Sensor (1168340) PowerMax-USB LM-1000 Power Sensor (1174268) PowerMax-USB LM-20 Power Sensor (1174270) PowerMax-USB LM-200 110V Power Sensor

High-Sensitivity Optical Sensors

High-Sensitivity Optical Sensors

…High-Sensitivity Optical Sensors LM-2 and OP-2 Series Semiconductor Sensors offer four detector choices, a silicon sensor for 400-1064 nm (VIS), a UV-enhanced silicon sensor for 250-400 nm (UV) and a germanium sensor for 800-1800 nm in the infrared (IR). OP-2 sensors function with the LabMax-Pro,…

Excimer Laser EnergyMax Sensors

Excimer Laser EnergyMax Sensors

…the UV, visible and near IR). These sensors utilize our new MaxUV coating,which delivers high damage threshold at deep UV wavelengths, as well as excellent resistance to long-term UV exposure, and enables operation at repetition rates of up to 400 Hz. These sensors utilize the MaxUV coating,…

Off-the-shelf OEM Power Sensors

Off-the-shelf OEM Power Sensors

…Compliant Contact Us About This Product PRICE HERE Close OEM Power Sensors Coherent offers a variety of off-the-shelf OEM sensors that cover wide range - from 10 mW to 1 kW, DUV to far IR, and small to large area. The OEM sensors listed here cover a wide range of laser measurement tasks, however,…

FieldMaxII-TOP

FieldMaxII-TOP

…laser power and energy meter functions with a broad range of thermopile, optical and pyroelectric sensors. Together, these sensors enable FieldMaxII-TOP to measure UV, visible, and IR laser output from the nanowatt to the kilowatt range, and to work with CW and pulsed lasers with repetition…

FieldMaxII-TO

FieldMaxII-TO

…(RoHS compliant) The FieldMaxII-TO laser power meter functions with a broad range of thermopile and optical sensors. Together, these sensors enable FieldMaxII-TO to measure UV, visible, and IR laser output from the nanowatt to the kilowatt range, and to work with CW and pulsed lasers. The updated…

FieldMaxII-P

FieldMaxII-P

…energy meter (RoHS compliant) The FieldMaxII-P laser energy meter functions with a broad range of pyroelectric sensors. These sensors enable FieldMaxII-P to measure UV, visible, and IR laser output of pulsed lasers with repetition rates of up to 300 Hz. The updated FieldMaxII-P (RoHS)system features…

ModeMaster PC M-Squared

ModeMaster PC M-Squared

…to select a ModeMaster PC configuration.
* Choose between the four spectral ranges: UV (220-680 nm), VIS (340-1,000 nm), NIR (800-1,800 nm) and IR (1,800-15,000 nm).
* Determine the approximate divergence of your laser beam and use theSelection Nomogram (Divergence vs. Wavelength) Chart to select…

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