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PowerMax-Pro USB/RS Sensors

PowerMax-Pro USB/RS Sensors

…2.0 (1.0 mm - up to 3% error) Calibration Uncertainty (%) (k=2) ±2 ±2 ±2 ±2 ±2 ±2 Power Linearity (%) ±5 ±5 ±5 ±5 ±5 ±5 Spectral Compensation Accuracy (%) ±3 ±3 ±3 ±3 ±3 ±3 Spatial Uniformity (%) ±5 ±5 ±5 ±5 ±5 ±5 (center 75% of aperture; 2.5 mm beam) Calibration Wavelength (nm) 810 810 810 810…

ISO 17025 Accreditation

ISO 17025 Accreditation

…carry out specified tests or calibrations. PRICE HERE Close Scope of Accreditation The scope of accreditation applies to the laser/electrical calibration of nearly all the company’s catalog pyroelectric laser energy sensors, thermopile laser power sensors and meter electronics. within the ANAB…

Laser Measurement and Control

calibration cost that is half that of a separate meter and sensor system. NEW! - kW PowerMax-Pro Sensor Kilowatt class power measurement with extended average power handling capability up to 3 kW with a 30 microsecond rise time. Laser Power and Energy Meters An extensive portfolio of laser power and…

Laser Check

Laser Check

LaserCheck Handheld Power Meter (RoHS)

Key Features:
* Hand-held laser power meter
* Integrated sensor
* Auto-ranging with peak sample-and-hold
* Power measurement from 10 µW-10 mW
* ±8% calibrated accuracy from 400-1064 nm
* RoHS Compliant Contact Us About This Product PRICE HERE Close More…

WaveMaster Wavelength Meter

WaveMaster Wavelength Meter

WaveMaster Wavelength Meter Pulse and CW Wavelength Measurement

Key Features:
* 0.005 nm accuracy
* 0.001 nm resolution
* Internal self-calibration
* Easy setup
* No warm-up required
* 380-1095 nm wavelength range
* RS-232 interface Contact Us About This Product PRICE HERE Close Pulse and CW…

kW PowerMax Pro Sensor

kW PowerMax Pro Sensor

…plate) Minimum Beam Size (mm) 10 at 1 kW avg. power 20 at 3 kW avg. power Calibration Uncertainty (&%) (k=2) ±2.5 Power Linearity (%) ±3 Back Reflection (%) <1 when used with QBH Adapter 0 Wavelength Range (%) Fixed calibration point ±50 Calibration Wavelength² 810 nm, 1070 nm, 10.6 μm Cooling…

1000-1Attentuator

1000-1Attentuator

…1100:1 to 950:1 attenuation. Each attenuator is calibrated for 1000:1 ±5% at 647 nm in our laboratory and supplied with a certificate of calibration. The useful spectral range of the attenuator is 400-1800 nm. The attenuator can be used with power densities as high as 100 MW/cm 2. 1000:1 Attentuator…

LabMax Meters DS 8.qxd

LabMax Meters DS 8.qxd

…LabMax-TO (power only) 1104619
1 Meter supplied with 4400 mAH Li-ion battery, AC power adapter, power cord, 6-ft. USB cable, RS-232 adapter, 256 MB USB flash stick,
three RCA-to-BNC adapters, user manual, software and driver CD, soft carrying case, and certificate of calibration.
2…

LabMax Meters DS

LabMax Meters DS

…1104622 1104619

* Meter supplied with 4400 mAH Li-ion battery, AC power adapter, power cord, 1.8-meter USB cable, RS-232 adapter, USB flash drive,
three RCA-to-BNC adapters, user manual, software and driver CD, soft carrying case, and certificate of calibration. LabMax-TOP w/GPIB
also…

Understanding ISO 17025 for Laser Power and Energy Measurement Whitepaper FINAL 04-27-12 .pdf

Understanding ISO 17025 for Laser Power and Energy Measurement Whitepaper FINAL 04-27-12 .pdf

…using a power meter with a
calibration uncertainty of ±1%, and a confidence
interval of 1 (usually denoted k=1), nearly one
third (about 32 of 100) of the readings would be
expected to be greater than 1% different from the
true value. In contrast, a power meter with a

High-Sensitivity-Optical-Power-Sensors.pdf

High-Sensitivity-Optical-Power-Sensors.pdf

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Understanding-ISO-17025-for-Laser-Power-and-Energy-Measurement FORMFIRST.pdf

Understanding-ISO-17025-for-Laser-Power-and-Energy-Measurement FORMFIRST.pdf

…using a power meter with a
calibration uncertainty of ±1%, and a confidence
interval of 1 (usually denoted k=1), nearly one
third (about 32 of 100) of the readings would be
expected to be greater than 1% different from the
true value. In contrast, a power meter with a

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