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UV Optical Components | Coherent

UV Optical Components | Coherent

UV Optical Components Making the most of a UV laser beam. Contact Us About This Product Close PRICE HERE Attenuators Attenuator Module, Manual Variable attenuation substrate 60 x 35 x 2 mm 3 with inverse characteristic for high thermal stability. Compensator plate 60 x 35 x 2 mm 3 to compensate for…

1000-1Attentuator

1000-1Attentuator

…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 from 1100:1 to 950:1 attenuation. Each attenuator is…

Laser Beam Diagnostics

Laser Beam Diagnostics

…PC M-Squared WaveMaster Wavelength Meter ModeMaster Modular Components Beam Diagnostic Accessories Accessories
* Attenuators, Beamsplitters and UV Adapters - Typical attenuations are 1:1 to 400,000:1, but even larger are possible.
* Extreme-UV Beam Intensity Profilers - Couple the input laser…

C24 Program

C24 Program

…S-1551 FieldMaxII-TO + PS19 Accessories Beam Diagnostic Accessories BeamCube Fixed Attenuator - BCUBE Continuous Variable Attenuator - C-VARM UV Continuous Variable Attenuator - UV-C-VARM UV BeamCube Fixed Attenuator - UV-BCUBE Power Sensor Accessories 1000:1 Attentuator FC/PC Type Connector Thermal…

FieldMaxII-TO

FieldMaxII-TO

…laboratory use, the FieldMaxII offers versatility, accuracy, and easy access to statistics and features, such as wavelength compensation and attenuation correction. The rechargeable battery pack is recharged through an internal charger in the FieldMaxII unit. This internal charger is powered by…

Beam Diagnostic Accessories

Beam Diagnostic Accessories

…optics each. Attenuator Selection Attenuation is selected on the basis of power density in W/cm2 or energy density in J/cm 2. The attenuation from the camera’s Low-Distortion Face Plate (LDFP) will allow an average power density of up to 1.2 mW/cm 2. There are then only two more steps to attenuation

High-Sensitivity Optical Sensors

High-Sensitivity Optical Sensors

…with resolution of 1 nW.

Key Features:
* Silicon and Germanium photodiodes
* 0.25 to 1.54 µm range
* Fiber-optic connector (optional)
* 1000:1 attenuator (optional)
* RoHS Compliant Contact Us About This Product PRICE HERE Close High-Sensitivity Optical Sensors LM-2 and OP-2 Series Semiconductor…

WaveMaster Wavelength Meter

WaveMaster Wavelength Meter

…minimum of beam path space. Most intensity variances are automatically accommodated, but for the strongest and weakest signals, a front panel attenuator adjustment and intensity readout quickly afford accurate readings. No special triggering modes or setups are required for pulse capture. The…

BeamMaster USB Knife-Edge Based Beam Profilers

BeamMaster USB Knife-Edge Based Beam Profilers

…and from 800-1800 nm (InGaAs). Input powers can be as low as 10 µW. There is automatic gain control and an internal distortion-free optical attenuation filter provided (Si models). Beam Profiles and Widths On each rotation of the drum, BeamMaster captures and processes the data from the passage…

HyperRapid NX - Industrial Picosecond Laser

HyperRapid NX - Industrial Picosecond Laser

…can be triggered on-demand with low jitter (<25 ns) and trigger-to-pulse delay. The fast process shutter allows both on/off control and energy attenuation for each individual pulse. Burst mode can be selected to determine how many 10 ps-pulses with 25 ns separation should be released in an envelope.…

RAPID FX

RAPID FX

…(cold start) <45 min Warm-up Time (warm start) <30 min Pulse Control Process pulse picker as standard to deliver dynamic pulse control Output Attenuation Process pulse picker analog input Head Weight 49.5 kg External Comms Ethernet Supply Voltage [100 - 265] VAC Power Consumption <1500W Temperature…

Energy Sensor Damage Test Slides

Energy Sensor Damage Test Slides

…examine for damage. These test slides are coated with the same matte absorbing coatings as the energy sensors. If coating damage is visible, then attenuation is required before measuring the beam. Energy Sensor Damage Test Slides Name Damage test slide Damage test slide Damage test slide Damage test…

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