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Optical Attenuator

1000-1Attentuator

1000-1Attentuator

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 to 950:1 attenuation.

UV Optical Components

UV Optical Components

--> UV Optical Components Making the most of a UV laser beam. Contact Us About This Product Close PRICE HERE Attenuators Attenuator Module, Manual Variable attenuation substrate 60 x 35 x 2 mm 3 with inverse characteristic for high thermal stability. Compensator plate 60 x 35 x 2 mm 3 to compensate…

High-Sensitivity Optical Sensors

High-Sensitivity Optical Sensors

--> High-Sensitivity Optical Sensors (RoHS) Silicon and germanium photodiodes for laser power measurement with resolution of 1 nW.

Key Features:
* Silicon and Germanium photodiodes
* 0.25 to 1.54 µm range
* Fiber-optic connector (optional)
* 1000:1 attenuator (optional)
* RoHS Compliant Contact Us…

PowerMax-Pro 15mm OEM Sensors

PowerMax-Pro 15mm OEM Sensors

…PowerMax-Pro to offer a higher performance and cost competitive, alternative to photodiodes, which commonly have small active areas and require optical attenuation and complex pre-amplification for onboard power measurement in precision materials processing systems. The PowerMax-Pro is particularly…

Beam Diagnostic Accessories

Beam Diagnostic Accessories

Attenuating optics from Coherent are manufactured to better than a λ/10 surface specification, so at least six optics in series can be used. Calculate the Low-Distortion Face Plate (LDFP) and each BCUBE as one optic, and the VARM or C-VARM as three optics each. Attenuator Selection Attenuation is…

BeamMaster USB Knife-Edge Based Beam Profilers

BeamMaster USB Knife-Edge Based Beam Profilers

…and from 800-1800 nm (InGaAs). Input powers can be as low as 10 µW. There is automatic gain control and an internal distortion-free optical attenuation filter provided (Si models). Beam Profiles and Widths On each rotation of the drum, BeamMaster captures and processes the data from the…

Laser Check

Laser Check

…power overload warning and automatic shutoff. At higher powers the embedded silicon photodiode is protected from saturation with a built-in optical attenuator. To initiate a measurement cycle, press the Sample/Hold button to turn the LaserCheck on, center the beam on the sensor for >2 seconds and…

SureBlock™ Ultra Narrow-band Notch Filters

SureBlock™ Ultra Narrow-band Notch Filters

…solution for highly selective wavelength applications like low frequency (low wavenumber) THz-Raman ® spectroscopy. With laser line attenuation of up to 99.9999% (optical density: OD4) and transition width of 4 Free Space Aperture Diameter Standard: 9 mm in 1″ mount, Custom sizes available SureBock™…

C24 Program

C24 Program

…FieldMaxII-TO + PM30 S-1551 FieldMaxII-TO + PS19 Accessories Beam Diagnostic Accessories BeamCube Fixed Attenuator - BCUBE Continuous Variable Attenuator - C-VARM UV Continuous Variable Attenuator - UV-C-VARM Power Sensor Accessories 1000:1 Attentuator FC/PC Type Connector Thermal SmartSensor…

Laser Power Meters and Energy Meters

Laser Power Meters and Energy Meters

…Power-only version of the LabMax-TOP compatible with thermopile and optical sensors for laser power measurement. FieldMaxII-TOP FieldMaxII-TOP Laser Power & Energy Meter compatible with thermopile, pyroelectric, and optical sensors. Measures pulse energy up to 300 pps. Live measurements and…

WaveMaster Wavelength Meter

WaveMaster Wavelength Meter

…minimum of beam path space. Most intensity variances are automatically accommodated, but for the strongest and weakest signals, a front panel attenuator adjustment and intensity readout quickly afford accurate readings. No special triggering modes or setups are required for pulse capture. The…

FieldMaxII-TO

FieldMaxII-TO

optical sensor) 300.0 mW Min. Measurable Power (with thermopile sensor) 10 µW Min. Measurable Power (with optical sensor) 1 nW Displayable Full-Scale Power Ranges (with thermopile sensor) 3.000 mW to 30.00 kW (auto or manual ranging, selectable) Displayable Full-Scale Power Ranges (with optical