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YAG/Harmonics and IR Sensors

YAG/Harmonics and IR Sensors

…sensors optimized for Nd:YAG, Erbium, Ruby and Holmium lasers. Coherent YAG/Harmonics and IR EnergyMax sensors are specifically designed for use with very high energy/peak power lasers operating at low repetition rates, such as those based on Nd:YAG, Erbium, Ruby and Ho:YAG. The YAG/Harmonics sensor…

Laser Energy Sensors

Laser Energy Sensors

…YAG/Harmonics And IR sensors YAG/Harmonics And IR sensors Very high damage threshold, large area, laser energy sensors optimized for Nd:YAG, Erbium, Ruby and Holmium lasers. EnergyMax Performance Advantages:
* Superior damage resistance
* High repetition rate operation
* Large dynamic range gives…

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual

…specifically designed for high energy and high
peak power lasers operating at relatively low repetition rates, such
as those based on Nd:YAG, Ruby, Ho:YAG, and Erbium. The
J-50MB-YAG sensor can be used with beams up to 35 mm in diameter and can work at 1064 nm, 532 nm, 355 nm, and 266…

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

…specifically designed for high energy and high peak
power medical lasers operating at relatively low repetition rates, such
as those based on Ruby, Ho:YAG and Erbium. Both sensors combine a
MaxBlack coating and a diffuser to produce superior damage resistance
characteristics.This…

EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf

EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf

…specifically designed for high energy and high peak
power lasers operating at relatively low repetition rates, such as those
based on Nd:YAG, Ruby, Ho:YAG and Erbium.The J-50MB-YAG sensor
can be used with beams up to 35 mm in diameter and can work at
1064 nm, 532 nm, 355 nm and…

Laser Focus World - August 2016

Laser Focus World - August 2016

…with a series of articles chronicling major technology milestones. Among the trends, it's interesting to note that some laser technologies, such as ruby, nitrogen, and helium cadmium (HeCd), may have generated initial excitement, but at best penetrated only a few niche markets. Rather, the bulk of…