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FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual 2 - 2 Measuring Power With a Thermopile or Optical Sensor The following figure describes how to take a power measurement using a thermopile or optical sensor. Figure 2-1. Measuring Power With a Thermopile or Optical Sensor Connect a thermopile or optical sensor to the…

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

…scale: Annunciators Annunciators refers to the icon-type symbols that appear on the LCD. Figure 3-2 (p. 3-3) shows all the annunciators on the FieldMaxII-TO meter. The update rate for all annunciators is 3 times per second. Figure 4-4. Comparison of Zone Indicator Bars to Full Scale Measurement…

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual 1 - 2 NOTICE! Do not operate the meter if there are suspected failures. Refer damaged units to qualified Coherent service personnel. Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE, 2002) The European Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive (2002/96/EC)…

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual 2 - 2 Measuring Power With a Thermopile or Optical Sensor The following figure describes how to take a power measurement using a thermopile or optical sensor. Figure 2-1. Measuring Power With a Thermopile or Optical Sensor Connect a thermopile or optical sensor to the…

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

…scale: Annunciators Annunciators refers to the icon-type symbols that appear on the LCD. Figure 3-2 (p. 3-3) shows all the annunciators on the FieldMaxII-TO meter. The update rate for all annunciators is 3 times per second. Figure 4-4. Comparison of Zone Indicator Bars to Full Scale Measurement…

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual 1 - 2 NOTICE! Do not operate the meter if there are suspected failures. Refer damaged units to qualified Coherent service personnel. Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE, 2002) The European Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive (2002/96/EC)…

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual 2 - 2 Measuring Power With a Thermopile or Optical Sensor The following figure describes how to take a power measurement using a thermopile or optical sensor. Figure 2-1. Measuring Power With a Thermopile or Optical Sensor Connect a thermopile or optical sensor to the…

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

…scale: Annunciators Annunciators refers to the icon-type symbols that appear on the LCD. Figure 3-2 (p. 3-3) shows all the annunciators on the FieldMaxII-TO meter. The update rate for all annunciators is 3 times per second. Figure 4-4. Comparison of Zone Indicator Bars to Full Scale Measurement…

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

Description 3 - 5 USB Connector Attaching the cable--shipped with the meter--to this standard USB connector allows communication between FieldMaxII-TO and a computer with a USB interface. Sensor Connector Use this connection to attach a DB-25 SmartProbe connector or adapter. Left Side Panel The left…

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual 4 - 8 Wave You can configure FieldMaxII-TO to automatically account for any difference between the laser wavelength and the calibration wavelength. In the case of optical sensors, this compensation is necessary because the sensor contains calibration data from a number of…

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual 4 - 14 Auto vs. Manual Ranging Mode Auto Ranging (Auto) enables FieldMaxII-TO to automatically select the range (gain). While in Auto Ranging mode, the tuning needles represent a zero-to-full scale movement (as compared to Tuning mode, where the zones overlap). Refer to…

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

FieldMaxII-TO User Manual

Description 3 - 5 USB Connector Attaching the cable--shipped with the meter--to this standard USB connector allows communication between FieldMaxII-TO and a computer with a USB interface. Sensor Connector Use this connection to attach a DB-25 SmartProbe connector or adapter. Left Side Panel The left…

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