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January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

…(every pulse). The main difference between a Quantum EnergyMax sensor and other Coherent EnergyMax sensors is their sensitivity. A Quantum EnergyMax sensor is capable of measuring considerably smaller signals than the rest of the EnergyMax sensor line.They do this by utilizing a photodiode--rather…

January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

…to identify sensors that operate within the energy range you intend to measure. Selection charts on the following pages of this guide will help you select more exactly the best sensor for your application. See page 16 for typical dynamic range curves of the Quantum EnergyMax Sensor. Model Energy…

January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

…handling capabilities. Coherent EnergyMax sensors are the most linear and accurate on the market. Introduction and Selection Charts EnergyMax-USB/RS Sensors Features · Superior damage resistance · High repetition rate operation · Large dynamic range gives each sensor broad coverage · Low noise and…

January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

…the laser cavity. In addition, all EnergyMax sensors include onboard electronics that contain builtin wavelength compensation factors. Enter the wavelength of the laser being measured into the software and this will automatically compensate for the sensor output.The chart below plots the typical…

January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

EnergyMax-USB/RS Sensors January 2011 EnergyMax-USB/RS Sensor Guide Superior Reliability & Performance

January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

…EnergyMax-USB/RS Sensors Coherent has expanded their meterless laser measurement concept with a new range of energy sensors in which all meter electronics are miniaturized and integrated within the sensor head cable. Specifically, Coherent's entire range of high performance EnergyMax sensors are now…

January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

…Heat Sinks EnergyMax-USB/RS Sensor Accessories Small Heat Sink Large Heat SinkMedium Heat Sink Features · Extend EnergyMax average power · Easily attach to EnergyMax sensors in the field · Two heat sinks for 25 mm sensors (small and medium) · One heat sink for 50 mm sensors (large) These heat sink…

January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

…EnergyMax-USB/RS Sensors EnergyMax sensors are based upon pyroelectric technology and can therefore measure lasers at high repetition rates.The maximum repetition rate is primarily dependent upon the thermal resistance of the coating and the maximum pulse width the sensor is designed to measure.…

January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

…supporting simple ASCII host commands communication for remote interfacing · National Instruments LabVIEW drivers are supplied for easy LabVIEW integration Product Overview EnergyMax-USB/RS Sensors EnergyMax PC in synchronized ratiometric trending mode EnergyMax PC operating with multiple sensors

January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

…Width (µs) 1 Max. Rep. Rate (pps) 10,000 Sensor Silicon Diffuser ND2 Calibration Wavelength (nm) 532 Calibration Uncertainty (%) ±3 Linearity (%) ±3 Cable Length (m) 3 Cable Type USB and RS Part Number USB 1191434 RS 1191427 Quantum EnergyMax sensors enable low energy pulse measurements as well…

January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

…(m) 3 Cable Type USB Part Number USB 1191449 1191448 Device Specifications MaxUV-coated EnergyMax sensors are specifically optimized for use with ArF lasers operating at 193 nm and KrF lasers at 248 nm.These sensors feature high accuracy and large active areas (up to 50 mm), and use a unique coating…

January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

January-2011-EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide.pdf

…& Performance · www.Coherent.com · LMC.sales@coherent.com Energy Sensor Summary Specifications EnergyMax-USB/RS Sensors Before using a sensor, it is important to ensure that the laser beam will not damage the sensor coating.The damage threshold is also wavelength dependent, and maximum…

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