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…2000 ohms Laser Enable Control Input Maximum Bandwidth Rise and Fall Time (10 to 90%) Modulation Depth Input Impedance 130 KHz <1 µsec Infinity, Complete On/Off 7000 ohms Interlock Control Input Maximum Bandwidth Rise and Fall Time (10 to 90%) Modulation Depth Input Impedance 7 Hz < 1 µsec Infinity,

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…event that a door or panel is opened). The interlock switch must be wired in series with the interlock RCA connector. INTERLOCK Open = Laser Off Closed = Laser On NOTICE! The interlock is a fused + 5 VDC line. Do not ground the interlock or apply any outside power to the circuit. Figure 3-18.…

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Book.book

…finite duration laser pulses. (Thermopile sensors are typically used to measure laser power and have an extremely slow response time relative to the pulse width of the laser used to generate the power signal.) The power curve (shown below) is integrated from the pulse start to infinity. The final…

FieldMaxII-TOP User Manual

FieldMaxII-TOP User Manual

…duration laser pulses. (Thermopile sensors are typically used to measure laser power and have an extremely slow response time relative to the pulse width of the laser used to generate the power signal.) The power curve--refer to Figure 5-1, below--is integrated from the pulse start to infinity. The…

Book.book

Book.book

…finite duration laser pulses. (Thermopile sensors are typically used to measure laser power and have an extremely slow response time relative to the pulse width of the laser used to generate the power signal.) The power curve (shown below) is integrated from the pulse start to infinity. The final…

LabMax UserManualAddendum V00-63-41 .fm

LabMax UserManualAddendum V00-63-41 .fm

…finite duration laser pulses. (Thermopile sensors are typically used to measure laser power and have an extremely slow response time relative to the pulse width of the laser used to generate the power signal.) The power curve (shown below) is integrated from the pulse start to infinity. The final…

FieldMaxII-TOP User Manual

FieldMaxII-TOP User Manual

…duration laser pulses. (Thermopile sensors are typically used to measure laser power and have an extremely slow response time relative to the pulse width of the laser used to generate the power signal.) The power curve--refer to Figure 5-1, below--is integrated from the pulse start to infinity. The…

FieldMaxII-TOP User Manual

FieldMaxII-TOP User Manual

…duration laser pulses. (Thermopile sensors are typically used to measure laser power and have an extremely slow response time relative to the pulse width of the laser used to generate the power signal.) The power curve--refer to Figure 5-1, below--is integrated from the pulse start to infinity. The…

Book.book

Book.book

…finite duration laser pulses. (Thermopile sensors are typically used to measure laser power and have an extremely slow response time relative to the pulse width of the laser used to generate the power signal.) The power curve (shown below) is integrated from the pulse start to infinity. The final…

LabMax UserManualAddendum V00-63-41 .fm

LabMax UserManualAddendum V00-63-41 .fm

…finite duration laser pulses. (Thermopile sensors are typically used to measure laser power and have an extremely slow response time relative to the pulse width of the laser used to generate the power signal.) The power curve (shown below) is integrated from the pulse start to infinity. The final…

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