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COHR ExcimerCatalog2019.pdf

COHR ExcimerCatalog2019.pdf

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Excimer Lasers and UV Optical Systems Components: Attenuator Modules
Components
Attenuator Modules
Attenuator Module, Manual
- Variable attenuation substrate 60 x 35 x 2 mm3 with inverse characteristic for high thermal stability
- Compensator plate 60 x…

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf


without Attenuator 10 µW to 10 mW
with Attenuator 1 mW to 1W
Display Power Ranges 9.99 µW to 999 mW
Calibration Uncertainty (%)(k=2) 5
Minimum Power Resolution (µW) 0.01
Maximum Peak Power Density
without Attenuator 0.5 W/cm2
with Attenuator 30 W/cm2

LaserCheck Operating Instructions

LaserCheck Operating Instructions

…the power step attenuator over
the sensor by moving the attenuator control toward the sensor. The
Filter Position indicator will be black when the attenuator is in place
and yellow when the attenuator is not in place. DO NOT EXCEED
0.5 W/cm2 without the attenuator in place. DO…

FieldMaxII-TOP User Manual

FieldMaxII-TOP User Manual

…second or more).
Atten Attenuation mode allows you to get true measurements using an
attenuator that has a known attenuation factor. When Attenuation
Correction mode is enabled, the measured value is adjusted to indicate the measurement at the attenuator and not the sensor. The range…

FieldMaxII-P User Manual

FieldMaxII-P User Manual

…of Average mode.
Atten Attenuation mode allows you to get true measurements using an
attenuator that has a known attenuation factor. When Attenuation
Correction mode is enabled, the measured value is adjusted to indicate the measurement at the attenuator and not the sensor. The range…

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

…of Average mode.
Atten Attenuation mode allows you to get true measurements using an
attenuator that has a known attenuation factor. When Attenuation
Correction mode is enabled, the measured value is adjusted to indicate the measurement at the attenuator and not the sensor. The range…

High-Sensitivity-Optical-Power-Sensors.pdf

High-Sensitivity-Optical-Power-Sensors.pdf

…Features
· Si, Ge photodiodes
· Spectral range: 250 nm to 1800 nm
· Fiber-optic connector (optional, see page 38)
· 1000:1 attenuator for measurement to 5W
(optional, see page 38)
Model OP-2/LM-2 UV OP-2/LM-2 VIS OP-2/LM-2 IR
Detector Material Silicon Germanium…

Coherent BioRay Operator's Manual

Coherent BioRay Operator's Manual


2. Laser radiation emission indicator (LED turning on when laser
is powered) for lasers > 700 nm
3. A permanently attached beam attenuator (a shutter or switch)
Class 3B
1. All items mentioned for Class 3R lasers
2. Laser radiation emission indicator, regardless of…

Global ISO 17025 ANAB Certificate Exp Mar2020 09-17-20 18.pdf

Global ISO 17025 ANAB Certificate Exp Mar2020 09-17-20 18.pdf

…DMM, Attenuator
Electrical Calibration of Laser
Power Optical Meters
10 nW to 30 mW
51 nA to 19.1 mA
0.8 % of reading Current Source
Electrical Calibration of Laser
Energy Meters
100 nJ to 3 J
40 µV to 5 V
0.8 % of reading ARB, Attenuator
Laser…

Excimer laser technology trends

Excimer laser technology trends


external attenuation using a dual plate attenuator.
Attenuator modules, as depicted in figure 3, left, are either
controlled manually or motorized with feedback diode and are
increasingly used as a convenient add-on in PLD labs.
Dual plate attenuators work via two…

Coherent Magnum II Laser Operator's Manual

Coherent Magnum II Laser Operator's Manual

…Requirements
CDRH IEC
Class IIIb
1. Laser radiation emission indicator (LED turning on
when the laser is powered)
2. Beam attenuator (a shutter)
3. Warning/ID/Aperture label affixed (sticker on the
laser with all the required information)
4. Instruction manual…

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IN FIXED ATTENUATION VARIABLE ATTENUATION MAX MIN MAX MIN OUT 79.4 mm (3.13 in. ) 63.5 mm (2.5 in. ) 58.7 mm (2.3 in. ) 57.1 mm (2.25 in.) 44.5 mm (1.75 in.) C-Mount Thread C-VARM and UV C-VARM

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