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…EnergyMax Heat Sinks Small Heat Sink for OptionalheatsinksareavailableforEnergyMaxsensors.Coupledwiththe J-25 Model Sensors sensors'inherentthermalcompensation,theseheatsinksallowpulseenergy 1123430 measurementsataveragepowersinthetensofWatts-idealforhigher Medium Heat Sink for…

2013-Excimer-UV-Optical-Systems-Product-Catalog.pdf

2013-Excimer-UV-Optical-Systems-Product-Catalog.pdf

…EnergyMax Heat Sinks Small Heat Sink for OptionalheatsinksareavailableforEnergyMaxsensors.Coupledwiththe J-25 Model Sensors sensors'inherentthermalcompensation,theseheatsinksallowpulseenergy 1123430 measurementsataveragepowersinthetensofWatts-idealforhigher Medium Heat Sink for…

00 Cube FP .book

00 Cube FP .book

…FP Laser Operator's Manual 3 - 4 Optional Heat Sink Coherent's optional heat sink is the result of significant design research and testing. The mounting of any laser is important to extend the stability of the beam over time and temperature. The heat sink provides proper thermal dissipation and…

COHR Excimer05-20-13  Catalog.pdf

COHR Excimer05-20-13 Catalog.pdf

…EnergyMax Heat Sinks Small Heat Sink for OptionalheatsinksareavailableforEnergyMaxsensors.Coupledwiththe J-25 Model Sensors sensors'inherentthermalcompensation,theseheatsinksallowpulseenergy 1123430 measurementsataveragepowersinthetensofWatts-idealforhigher Medium Heat Sink for…

Book.book

Book.book

…mounting surface of the heat sink must be flat to ensure good thermal contact and avoid damage to the laser head. Many extruded heat sinks are warped and the mounting surface should be milled flat (within < 0.05 mm over the mounting surface). Figure 3-2. Estimated Heat Sink Requirements for an…

COHR OBIS HeatSink DS 0814 5a.pdf

COHR OBIS HeatSink DS 0814 5a.pdf

Top and Side Mount Plug Holes Allow for Heat Sink to be mounted in either direction. Need horizontal polarization - mount the Heat Sink with the laser on the side. Heat Sink with Fan for Thermal Management OBIS LX/LS Heat Sink Optional: Mount Heat Sink on its side for special applications that may…

LMC 2011catalog 0411.pdf

LMC 2011catalog 0411.pdf

…Large Heat Sink Heat Sinks EnergyMax 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

2012-Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog.pdf

2012-Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog.pdf

…Large Heat Sink Heat Sinks EnergyMax 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

00 Cube.book

00 Cube.book

…3 - 5 Heat Sink Installation 1. Secure the heat sink to proposed laser location. Ensure the heat sink ends remain unobstructed for proper air flow. 2. Apply a thin even coat of thermal compound to the Coherent CUBE laser head base. 3. Secure the Coherent CUBE laser head to the heat sink with the…

Book.book

Book.book

…to "Heat Sink Requirement" (p. 3-2) for more information. [ ] Verify proper operation of the heat sink (that is, if a fan is used to cool the heat sink, make sure it is operating properly.) [ ] Verify the heat sink compound, if used, is applied evenly between the laser head and the heat sink. [ ]…

Book.book

Book.book

Heat Sink Requirement It is imperative that the laser head be adequately heat sinked; otherwise, it will overheat and shut down. Figure 3-1, below, shows the heat dissipation of the CUBE laser head for a given base plate temperature. The graph in Figure 3-2 (p. 3-3) allows determination of the heat

Book.book

Book.book

…discusses: · Increasing average power with heat sinks (this page) · Pyroelectric technology (page 23) · Damage thresholds (page 25) · Measurement linearity (page 25) · Spectral response (page 28) Increasing Average Power With Heat Sinks Using a heat sink increases the average power handling…

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