· Si, Ge photodiodes
· Spectral range: 250 nm to 1800 nm
· Fiber-optic connector (optional, see page 71)
· 1000:1 attenuator for measurement to 5W (optional, see page 70)
Model OP-2/LM-2 UV OP-2/LM-2 VIS…
…High-Sensitivity Optical Sensors LM-2 and OP-2 Series Semiconductor Sensors offer four detector choices, a silicon sensor for 400-1064 nm (VIS), a UV-enhanced silicon sensor for 250-400 nm (UV) and a germanium sensor for 800-1800 nm in the infrared (IR). OP-2 sensors function with the LabMax-Pro,…
…1006 – 1009, Raycom Info Park Tower B, No. 2, Kexueyuan South Road Haidian District Beijing China 100190 email: email@example.com Call +82 02 460 7900 Direct connection to sales team : +82 02 3419 8039 Direct connection to Service team : +82 02 460 7999 Coherent has locations across the globe…
…USB Energy Sensors USB J-10MB-LE USB J-25MB-LE USB J-50MB-YAG Optical Sensors LM-2 VIS OP-2 IR OP-2 VIS DB25 Power Sensors LM Model Thermopile Sensors LM-3 LM-10 LM-45 PM Model Air-Cooled Thermopile Sensors - to 150W (RoHS) PM2 PM10 PM30 PM30X PM Model Fan-Cooled Thermopile Sensors - to 300W (RoHS)…
1000:1 Attentuator For OP-2 and LM-2 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…
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).
…MPX FieldMaxII-TO PM10
Product Name Part Number
OP-2 VIS 1098313
FC Fiber Adapter 0012-3863
Meter, Sensor and Accessory
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