The following fiber adapters can be mounted onto the front of the PS10 sensor
in place of the removable light tube.
Part Number Description Sensors
0012-3860 PS-SMA-Type Connector PS10
0012-3863 PS-FC-Type Connector PS10
Part Number Description Sensors…
Calibration Wavelength (nm) 10,600
Cooling Method Water/Air (intermittent)
Cable Type USB and RS
Cable Length (m) 2.5 (USB)/0.3 (RS)
Part Number 1288940 (USB) 1168348 (USB)1
Page 1 of 1 POWERMAXTM-USB/RS USER MANUAL ADDENDUM This addendum modifies the PowerMax-USB/RS User Manual (part number 1169780). The PowerMax-RS sensors communicate over an RS-232 port using the RS-232 settings shown below. RS-232 Port Settings Baud rate: 9600 Data bits: 8 Parity: None Stop bits: 1…
…on the Coherent PowerMax sensor and select "Uninstall". The step above should remove the PowerMax sensor from Device Manager. Once that is complete, disconnect the PowerMax sensor from the USB port on the computer, then reconnect the PowerMax sensor to the same USB port. The sensor should go through…
…and Engineering · Production and QA Testing PowerMax-Pro USB and RS Sensors 200 mW to 150W PowerMax-Pro USB and RS sensors incorporate LabMax-Pro instrumentation directly within the sensor cable. Similar to other Coherent USB and RS sensors, this configuration offers a smaller form factor for use…
…addition, all EnergyMax sensors include the convenience of
onboard electronics that have built-in wavelength compensation
factors. Enter the wavelength of the laser being measured within the
PowerMax PC software (or by a host command) and the sensor
Figure 3-2. Photo Sensitivity…
types of sensors can be used with the PowerMax-USB and
PowerMax PC in synchronized
ratiometric trending mode
Quad Positioning Enabled
For system integration and for…
…draws its power from the USB connection, and
the only power requirement for PowerMax RS-232
sensors is a +5 VDC input.
Figure 1. In the Coherent meterless products, all signal processing electronics are miniaturized and integrated within the
sensor head cable.
…even draws its power from the USB connection, and the
only requirement for PowerMax RS-232 sensors is a +5
VDC power input.
While they offer greater simplicity and lower cost,
PowerMax sensors do not sacrifice performance. For
example, each sensor has built in, individually…
…charge the tablet while connected to the meter
If the following screen appears when connecting the
meter to the tablet, tap the "use by default for this
USB device" box and then tap OK.
Global Settings Menu
…photo shows a LabMax-TOP meter and an OP-2 VIS power
sensor. Note that the OP-2 VIS has some wavelength and
maximum power limitations related to BioRay lasers.
Coherent recommends the PowerMax-USB UV/VIS Quantum
Power Sensor (part number 1168337).
that is calibrated and is appropriate for the output power level of the laser.
Coherent recommends using a PowerMax USB, UV/VIS Quantum power
sensor, PS19Q, or similar.
Should you need any additional technical support, contact Coherent Product
Support; see p. C-1…