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…collimated by a high-aperture lens.
Additionally, the beam is formed by a prism pair to achieve a round
beam in the far field. A thermoelectric cooler is integrated for stabilizing the diode laser. Excess heat is removed via the base plate of
Figure 2-1. CUBE Laser System Components…

Magnum II Laser

Magnum II Laser

…Close PRICE HERE High-Power Structured Light Pattern Generating Laser The Magnum II has fully protected electronics as well as a bipolar thermoelectric cooler used to keep the laser diode at a constant temperature. The laser beam can be modulated by an external signal and all models can operate…

PowerLine Laser

PowerLine Laser

…PRICE HERE High-Power Structured Light Pattern Generating Laser Bridging the power gap between the popular SNF and Magnum series lasers, this thermoelectrically cooled device is able to emit uniform laser lines at high powers. With exceptional beam pointing and focusing stabilities, the PowerLine…

kW PowerMax Pro Sensor

kW PowerMax Pro Sensor

…power measurement with extended average power handling capability up to 3 kW with a 30 microsecond rise time and utilizing the same transverse thermoelectric thin-film HD sensor technology as our standard PowerMax-Pro sensor. Contact Us About This Product PRICE HERE Close kW PowerMax Pro Sensor…

Legend Elite Series

Legend Elite Series

…robust water-cooled technology with a low cost of ownership for models up to 5W while higher levels of output power are enabled by an advanced thermo-electrical cooling scheme. All Legend Elite Duo HE+ models employ an additional, single-pass power amplifier, also TE-cooled. The standard pump laser…

COHR Genesis MX MTM-Series DS 1017 4.pdf

COHR Genesis MX MTM-Series DS 1017 4.pdf

…mm
(6.29 in.)
19.8 mm
(0.78 in.)
361.1 mm
(14.22 in.)
228.9 mm
(9.01 in.)
Side View
Front View
Genesis MX MTM-Series Datasheet
OPS Head Mounted on Heat Sink Heat Sink with Thermoelectric
Coolers Installed
Heat Sink Top Features

Layout 1

Layout 1

…measurement
speeds.
Thin film thermoelectric sensor
with parallel heat flow
50 s response time
Heat sink
Absorbing
material
Incident
laser
light
Heat
flow
Thin (microns)
film thermoelectric
device
Current
flow

Photonics Spectra - July 2014

Photonics Spectra - July 2014

…semiconductor photodiode. A new, patentpending sensor architecture that meets
these requirements is based on thermoelectric technology but is constructed
The thermoelectric generating materials
used in this sensor are a stack of films with
layer thicknesses on the order of…

LabMax-Pro SSIM User Manual

LabMax-Pro SSIM User Manual


Sensors
For many years thermopiles have been the detector of choice for
high power lasers. These detectors operate on the thermoelectric
principle in which thermal energy is converted into electrical energy.
The typical thermopile has a central, light absorbing disk,…

Laser Focus World - January 2018

Laser Focus World - January 2018

…for small devices, paired with convective air cooling) is adequate. Step up a bit in output power and a LD may require the addition of a thermoelectric cooler (TEC). For the highest output powers, such as those produced by diode bars and arrays for materials processing, water cooling is necessary.…

COHR MagnumII DS 1017 3.pdf

COHR MagnumII DS 1017 3.pdf

…addition, the laser has exceptional beam pointing and focusing stability. The Magnum II has fully protected electronics as well as a bipolar thermoelectric cooler used to keep the laser diode at a constant temperature. The laser beam can be modulated by an external signal and all models can operate…

Coherent BioRay Operator's Manual

Coherent BioRay Operator's Manual

…range for BioRay is 10 to 40°C.
· Environments in which the diode is soaked -10 to 50°C. In
warmer environments, use a heatsink or a thermoelectric
Figure 2-1. Modulation Curves
Indirect
Modulation
Direct
Modulation
Vmod [V]
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1…

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