…why thermopiles take several seconds to steady out after the laser is turned on. In these new PowerMax-Pro sensors, heat flows vertically through a film which is only microns thick. The result is a measurement response time below 10 μs, as compared to over 1 second for traditional thermopiles. Plus,…
Air-Cooled Thermopile Sensors to 150W (RoHS) Convection, air-cooled thermopile sensors for measuring laser power to 150W.
* 10 mW to 150W range
* Broadband and Excimer coatings
* Convective air-cooled
* 0.15 µm to 11 µm spectral range
* 19 mm and 50 mm diameter active areas
High-Peak-Power Thermopile Sensors (RoHS) Designed for use with pulsed high-peak-power, low repetition rate.
* Volume absorber
* High peak power handling capability
* 2 J/cm2 at 1064
* 19 mm aperture
* RoHS compliant Contact Us About This Product PRICE HERE close High-Peak-Power Thermopile Sensors…
…Power Water-Cooled Thermopile Sensors Drawing Packages Click the links below to download a complete drawing package for these products. PM1k (1098392), PM3K (1098462), PM5K (1098454) PM300 (1141474) Related Materials Drawings PM Dimensions White Papers Damage Threshold of kW Thermopile Power Sensors…
…Water-Cooled Thermopile Sensors to 5kW (RoHS) Water-cooled thermopiles designed to measure large laser diode stacks and arrays.
* Large 100 mm and 200 mm apertures
* 1W resolution
* RoHS compliant Contact Us About This Product PRICE HERE close Water-cooled thermopiles The large-area,…
…Thermopile Sensors 150W (RoHS) Fan-Cooled Thermopile Sensors 300W High Power Water-Cooled Thermopile Sensors to 5kW High-Sensitivity Optical Sensors High-Sensitivity Thermopile Sensors 2W Large Area HighPower Water-Cooled Thermopile Sensors5kW Off-the-shelf OEM Power Sensors HighPeakPower Thermopile…
Water-Cooled Thermopile Sensors to 150W (RoHS) Compact, water-cooled laser power sensors.
* Compact designs
* Use water-cooled or air-cooled
* 19 mm and 50 mm apertures
* RoHS Compliant These compact sensors are particularly useful when space is an issue. They must be water-cooled to achieve the…
…Max. Measurable Power (with thermopile sensor) 30.0 kW Max. Measurable Power (with optical sensor) 300.0 mW Min. Measurable Power (with thermopile sensor) 10 µW Min. Measurable Power (with optical sensor) 1 nW Displayable Full-Scale Power Ranges (with thermopile sensor) 3.000 mW to 30.00 kW…
…standard AA batteries. Specifications Max. Measurable Power (with thermopile sensor) 30.0 kW Max. Measurable Power (with optical sensor) 300.0 mW Max. Measurable Energy (with pyroelectric sensor) 300.0J Min. Measurable Power (with thermopile sensor) 10 uW Min. Measurable Power (with optical sensor)…
…Max. Measurable Power (with thermopile sensor) 29.9 kW Max. Measurable Power (with optical sensor) 99.9 mW Min. Measureable Power (with thermopile sensor) 100 µW Min. Measurable Power (with optical sensor) 10 nW Displayable Full-Scale Power Ranges (with thermopile sensor) 29.9 mW to 29.9 kW (auto…
Superior Reliability & Performance Page 3 of 3 The PM5K is recommended for measurement of any Gaussian beams greater than 3 kW. It PM5K has been shown to withstand Gaussian beams under these conditions: Beam Diameter and Flow Rate for Gaussian Beams Power 1/e^2 Beam Diameter Flow Rate
* 1-2 kW…
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