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1. Select Head from the Setup menu.
The detector changing process can also be accessed from the
Wavelength Setup Dialog.
…Water-Cooled & OEM Detector Application Note Caution While working with the water connections, avoid getting any water on the surface of the detector. Water will corrode the coating on the detector surface and cause damage during use. If water does come in contact with the detector surface, the…
…Fold mirror M3
Detector block pick-off
CW detector galvo
CW cavity end mirror M9
Cavity length thermal
900-P fold mirror M10
Fast photodiode sync
Response Time (sec.)(o% to 95%)
Speed-up On 1.6 1.6 2.6
Speed-up Off 3.5 3.5 3.9
Detector Coating Broadband
Detector Element Thermopile
Detector Diameter (mm) 19 16 19
Calibration Uncertainty (%) ±2
Power Linearity (%) ±1
…4,000 7,500 7,500
Resolution (W) 1 1 1 1
Max Avg Power Density (kW/cm2)
* 26 26 26 26
Max Pulse Energy Density (J/cm2) 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6
Response Time (sec) 45 45 45 45
Detector Coating Broadband Broadband Broadband Broadband
Detector Diameter (mm) 100 100 100 200
…regions with the appropriate detector (silicon-Si for the UV
and VIS; germanium-Ge for the NIR) and low- or high-divergence lenses.The UV lens can be used with the silicon detector and
the VIS-NIR lens can be used with either the silicon or germanium detector.
Name UV Low- UV High-…
M6-6H THD X .20 [ 5.08 ] AND NO. 1/4-20 UNC-2B THD X .20 [ 5.08 ] FOR MOUNTING SENSOR .23 5.84 50.80 2.00 2X .65 16.54 (APERTURE PLATE) 76.20 50.80 2.00 3.00 .99 NOTE : DETECTOR SURFACE IS .15 [ 3.81 ] BELOW FRONT FACE OF APERTURE PLATE 25.25 4.63[ 117.60 ] MIN ADJUSTABLE 7.88[ 200.15 ] MAX
BELOW FRONT FACE OF APERTURE PLATE 50.20 1.98 8.88[ 225.55 ] MAX ADJUSTABLE 5.63[ 143.00 ] MIN 76.20 3.00 NOTE : DETECTOR SURFACE IS .15 [ 3.81 ] 3.00 76.20 M6-6H THD X .24 [ 6.1 ] AND NO. 1/4-20 UNC-2B THD X .24 [ 6.1 ] FOR MOUNTING SENSOR 50.80 2.00 16.38 .65 2X .20 5.08
(APERTURE PLATE) BELOW FRONT FACE OF APERTURE PLATE 10.50 .41 7.48[ 189.99 ] MAX ADJUSTABLE 4.23[ 107.44 ] MIN 40.64 1.60 NOTE : DETECTOR SURFACE IS .15 [ 3.81 ] 3.00 76.20 M4 X .7 THD X .18 [ 4.57 ] AND NO. 8-32 UNC-2B THD X .25 [ 6.35 ] FOR MOUNTING SENSOR 50.80 2.00 15.75 .62 2X .20 5.08
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.
…nonuniform beams or of beams that wander over the detector surface between
Ideal for pulsed lasers.
Unlike all other thermal detectors, pyroelectrics measure the rate of change of the
detector temperature, rather than the temperature value…
…lasing. It can
be accessed through the remote module
or be used as a component of your
safety interlock system.
By monitoring mode-beat noise, Sabre
determines when higher-order transverse modes are eliminated and pure
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