…profile, and they can be used with both continuous wave (CW) and pulsed lasers. The chief disadvantage of these instruments is that their measurement resolution is limited by pixel size which limits their use in measuring extremely small beams. Pixel size varies by camera technology, as described…
…Biophysics Systems (later Ortho Instruments), Becton Dickinson, and Coulter ignited a virtual "arms race" of multi-parameter instruments through the 1980s. State-of-the-art devices of the period used water-cooled argon or krypton ion lasers because these were the only lasers available that delivered…
…Directive requires that lasers comply with the standard
EN 61010-1/IEC 61010-1 "Safety Requirements For Electrical
Equipment For Measurement, Control and Laboratory Use" and
EN 60825-1/IEC 60825-1 "Safety of Laser Products". Compliance
of this laser with the LVD requirements…
…I (800) 343-4912 I (408) 764-4042 1 White Paper Miniaturization Technology Provides Next Generation Laser Power Measurement Traditional laser power measurement instruments, which consist of a sensor head connected to separate meter electronics, can be difficult for system builders…
…generate pulses (of any type) as short as laser pulses - now below to 10-16 s - or tools to measure absolute frequencies with an accuracy of ~10-15! Industrial manufacturing, microelectronics, and biomedical and instrumentation applications serviced by lasers are incredibly diverse and rely on…
Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money 5
Nobody knows better than laser designers that lasers have many features beyond output power which need to be
regularly measured, optimized, and controlled during a laser development…
…Laser Power/Energy Measurement Simplifies Embedding Traditional laser power and energy measurement instruments typically comprise a sensor head connected to separate meter electronics. While this approach offers flexibility, it can be difficult for system builders to embed this instrumentation into…
…this instrument or any sensor connected
to it. This equipment has no user-serviceable parts. For service information, refer to "Obtaining Service" (p. A-2).
The use and measuring of lasers can be dangerous. This instrument operates on wavelengths that include non-visible laser
Meet the author
Sean Bergman is product line manager for laser
measurement instrumentation at Coherent Inc.,
and is responsible for market development of
the company's range of laser power and energy
meters; email: email@example.com.
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APPENDIX C: ACCESSORIES
Coherent offers a variety of instruments for laser test and measurement. For additional detailed information, including product selection guides, visit our web site: www.Coherent.com.
For the most common…
…output of the laser. Coherent offers a variety
of instruments for laser test and measurement. For additional
detailed information, including product selection guides, please visit
our web site at www.Coherent.com.
For the most common diagnostics needs - measuring the output
…to measuring CW laser power.
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