…following table outlines the average power handling capability of the sensors when used with optional user installable heat sinks. Sensor Model Aperture (mm) Wavelength (nm) No Heat sink (W) Small Heat sink (W) Medium Heat sink (W) Large Heat sink (W) J-50MB-YAG 50 1064 20 NA NA 48 J-25MB-IR 25 1064…
…detector has a flat spectral response. c. These limits can be reduced by a factor of 10 (higher sensitivity) by user-removal of the light-restricting aperture in front of the detector. d. The maximum divergence limit is fixed by the inability to accurately locate the internal waist when the internal…
…Connect common fiber terminations to threads around entrance apertures. FC and SMA fiber optic adapters are available for several sensor models. Part numbers 1098589 and 1098339 thread onto the 3/4-32 threads around the entrance apertures of the LM-2, OP-2, LM-3, LM-10, and LM-150 FS sensors. These…
…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 full power…
…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, water-cooled thermopiles…
…OEM sensors covering a wide range of power.
* Small compact design
* Air- or water-cooled
* Cost effective
* 19, 35, and 50 mm apertures
* RoHS Compliant Contact Us About This Product PRICE HERE Close OEM Power Sensors Coherent offers a variety of off-the-shelf OEM sensors that…
…to 10 µW measurement resolution and a wide spectral range.
* Thermally stabilized designs
* 10 µW resolution
* 10 mm and 19 mm apertures
* RoHS compliant Contact Us About This Product PRICE HERE Close High-Sensitivity Thermopile Sensors The PS10 and PS19 model sensors are thermally…
…Linearity (%) ±5 ±5 ±5 ±5 ±5 ±5 Spectral Compensation Accuracy (%) ±3 ±3 ±3 ±3 ±3 ±3 Spatial Uniformity (%) ±5 ±5 ±5 ±5 ±5 ±5 (center 75% of aperture; 2.5 mm beam) Calibration Wavelength (nm) 810 810 810 810 810 810 Cooling Method Water/Air (intermittent) Water/Air (intermittent) Fan Fan Water/Air…
…line at maximum capacity. For this application, we recommend: HighLight FL Series & DC Series Laser Cutting of Composite Material Trimming, aperture cutting, and perforation of extrusions and laminates for door coverings and ceilings is accomplished quickly with lasers. For this application, we…
…– no matter the material and gauge. For this application, we recommend: HighLight FL Series Laser Cutting of Carriage Components Quickly cut apertures for antennas and other carriage components. For this application, we recommend: HighLight FL Series Dynamic Beam Welding Multi-spot dynamic welds…
…and allows in vivo imaging also in human subjects; finally, the non-linear process excite fluorescence only on the focal plane and a the confocal aperture required with single-photon excitation is no more necessary. The sectional image of a living mouse brain, imaged to a depth of 800 micron with…
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