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COHR Genesis MX MTM-Series DS 1017 4.pdf

COHR Genesis MX MTM-Series DS 1017 4.pdf

…MX-Series Heat Sink Genesis MX MTM-Series Benchtop Power Supply 159.8 mm (6.29 in.) 19.8 mm (0.78 in.) 361.1 mm (14.22 in.) 228.9 mm (9.01 in.) Side ViewFront View Genesis MX MTM-Series Datasheet OPS Head Mounted on Heat Sink Heat Sink with Thermoelectric Coolers Installed Heat Sink Top Features

Genesis-Taipan-Series

Genesis-Taipan-Series

…±3 488 ±3 Output Power (mW) 1000, 2000 2000, 4000 3000, 5000 Spatial Mode Multimode Bandwidth (nm) 100:1 Direct Modulation5 Available Operating Diode Current (A) 1 MHz; actual performance will be limited by the diode-driver (not included). 6 Air cooling available with appropriate heat sink and fans.

Book.book

Book.book

…very high peak fluences. These sensors accept a user-installable, optional heat sink (see "Increasing Average Power With Heat Sinks" on page 21), which can extend either the maximum energy or average power range. These heat sinks allow the J-25MB-IR sensor to be used up to 15W average power, and the…

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

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

…102, 110, 201, 205 large heat sink COMPexPro 308, 351 FieldMaxII-TO PM150X FieldMaxII-TOP J-50MB-YAG 102, 110, 201, 205 ExciStar S 157, 193, 308 FieldMaxII-TO PM10X LabMax-TOP J-25MT-10KHZ ExciStar S 248 FieldMaxII-TO PM30X LabMax-TOP J-25MT-10KHZ plus small heat sink ExciStar XS 200 157, 193…

COHERENT CORPORATE OVERVIEW

COHERENT CORPORATE OVERVIEW

pg. 1 | 12/04/2016 OBIS LX/LS Heat Sink

COHERENT CORPORATE OVERVIEW

COHERENT CORPORATE OVERVIEW

pg. 3 | OBIS LX/LS Heat Sink Mount Options Remove plastic hole plugs to install screws (provided) to mount onto table. Optional: Mount heat sink on its side for special applications that may require horizontal polarization.

COHERENT CORPORATE OVERVIEW

COHERENT CORPORATE OVERVIEW

pg. 5 | Ready to mount heat sink, thermal management, and on-board interface electronics. Plug-and-Play Simplicity

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…

Book.book

Book.book

…the sensor circuit. The Table 12. Available Heat Sinks ITEM NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION 1123430 EnergyMax small heat sink Increases average power handling on 25 mm aperture EnergyMax sensors 1123431 EnergyMaxmedium heat sink 1123432 EnergyMax large heat sink Increases average power handling on 50 mm…

Book.book

Book.book

…9 The 25 and 50 mm diameter sensors accept a user-installable, optional heat sink (see "Increasing Average Power With Heat Sinks" on page 21), which can extend the energy and/or repetition rate range. These heat sinks allow 25 mm sensors to be used up to 15W average power, and 50 mm sensors…

Book.book

Book.book

…average power specification--without the optional heat sink--may cause permanent damage to the sensor. Table 11. Average Power Ratings SENSOR MODEL APERTURE (MM) WAVELENGTH (NM) NO HEAT SINK (W) SMALL HEAT SINK (W) MEDIUM HEAT SINK (W) LARGE HEAT SINK (W) J-10MB-LE and J-10MB-HE 10 1064 4 - - -…

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