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LabMax-TOP

LabMax-TOP

…and meter can be positioned at many different angles so customers can place it within the limited bench space typically available in a laser lab and still easily view the display. LabMax-TOP is directly compatible with most Coherent thermal, pyroelectric and semiconductor sensors and displays…

LabMax-TO

LabMax-TO

…display and meter can be positioned at many different angles so customers can place it within the limited bench space typically available in a laser lab and still easily view the display. LabMax-TO is directly compatible with most Coherent thermal and semiconductor sensors and displays beam position…

Mini-Benchtop-Laser Dec2017.pdf

Mini-Benchtop-Laser Dec2017.pdf

…nm Output Power mW 150 200 225 170 350/500 350/500 350/500 350/500 Spectral Width nm 0.07 typ 0.15 max nm Side Mode Suppression Ratio dB 40 Operating Specifications Parameter Symbol Min Typ Max Unit Current1 I 1 A Input Voltage1 V 90-240/50-60Hz VAC Fiber Type 105 mm core/ 900 mm tubing Connector2…

Vitesse800 DSrevC

Vitesse800 DSrevC

…(arb. units)
Lab Temperature (°F)
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
70
72
74
76
78
80
82
84
0
Elapsed Time (hours)
2 4 6 8 10 12 14
Libra-HE THG Power
Libra-HE IR Power
Lab Temperature (°F)

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

…plate
PowerMax-USB/RS Sensors
Model PM3 PM3Q
Wavelength Range (nm) 1903 to 11,000 300 to 2000
Power Range 500 W to 2W
Max. Intermittent Power (W)(<5 min.) 3
Long-pulse Joules (J) 0.001 to 1
Noise Equivalent Power (µW) 20
Maximum Thermal Drift1 (W) ±1000…

PowerMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Product-Guide.pdf

PowerMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Product-Guide.pdf

…Wavelength Range (nm) 300 to 11,000 300 to 2100 300 to 11,000 300 to 11,000
Power Range 100 µW to 1W 100 µW to 1W 100 µW to 1W 500 W to 2W
Max. Intermittent Power (W)(<5 min.) 3
Long-pulse Joules (J) 0.001 to 1
Noise Equivalent Power (µW) 3 3 5 20
Maximum Thermal Drift1…

Europhotonics - Autumn 2017

Europhotonics - Autumn 2017

…be achieved. Because of the high intensity of the light that can be reached for these tiny Ultrafast Optics Faces Challenges Outside of Research Labs The key to successful commercialization of ultrafast technology is developing robust, cost-effective systems with simple push-button operation.…

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