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1000-1Attentuator

1000-1Attentuator

…This attenuator is compatible with OP-2 and LM-2 optical sensors. It allows use of the visible (VIS) and infrared (IR) models at 5 watts and 3 watts, respectively. The attenuator threads into the sensor, in place of the light shield, and provides from 1100:1 to 950:1 attenuation. Each attenuator is…

High-Sensitivity Optical Sensors

High-Sensitivity Optical Sensors

…with resolution of 1 nW.

Key Features:
* Silicon and Germanium photodiodes
* 0.25 to 1.54 µm range
* Fiber-optic connector (optional)
* 1000:1 attenuator (optional)
* RoHS Compliant Contact Us About This Product PRICE HERE Close High-Sensitivity Optical Sensors LM-2 and OP-2 Series Semiconductor…

C24 Program

C24 Program

…S-1551 FieldMaxII-TO + PS19 Accessories Beam Diagnostic Accessories BeamCube Fixed Attenuator - BCUBE Continuous Variable Attenuator - C-VARM UV Continuous Variable Attenuator - UV-C-VARM UV BeamCube Fixed Attenuator - UV-BCUBE Power Sensor Accessories 1000:1 Attentuator FC/PC Type Connector Thermal…

FieldMaxII-TO

FieldMaxII-TO

…power meter functions with a broad range of thermopile and optical sensors. Together, these sensors enable FieldMaxII-TO to measure UV, visible, and IR laser output from the nanowatt to the kilowatt range, and to work with CW and pulsed lasers. The updated FieldMaxII-TO (RoHS) system features an…

FieldMaxII-TOP

FieldMaxII-TOP

…functions with a broad range of thermopile, optical and pyroelectric sensors. Together, these sensors enable FieldMaxII-TOP to measure UV, visible, and IR laser output from the nanowatt to the kilowatt range, and to work with CW and pulsed lasers with repetition rates of up to 300 Hz. The updated…

FieldMaxII-P

FieldMaxII-P

…FieldMaxII-P laser energy meter functions with a broad range of pyroelectric sensors. These sensors enable FieldMaxII-P to measure UV, visible, and IR laser output of pulsed lasers with repetition rates of up to 300 Hz. The updated FieldMaxII-P (RoHS)system features an enhanced PC applications…

HyperRapid NX - Industrial Picosecond Laser

HyperRapid NX - Industrial Picosecond Laser

…HyperRapid NX delivers up to 250 µJ pulse energy with typically 10 ps duration at repetition rates up to 1 MHz.
* Output powers are up to 100 W in the IR, 50 W in the visible and 30 W in the UV. These performances allow to simultaneously feed 2 workstations within one machine, further reducing the…

High-Sensitivity-Optical-Power-Sensors.pdf

High-Sensitivity-Optical-Power-Sensors.pdf


Specifications
1 OP-2 IR and LM-2 IR have different spectral ranges.
2 Power range is wavelength dependent. See chart below.
Fiber-Optic Connector
Adapters
1000:1 Attenuator
OP-2 UV/OP-2 VIS/OP-2 IR
LM-2 UV/LM-2 VIS/LM-2 IR
Measurable Power vs.Wavelength…

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

…This attenuator is used with OP-2 VIS, LM-2 VIS, OP-2 IR and LM-2 IR sensors
to allow operation up to 5W in the visible and 3W in the infrared regions.
The attenuator threads into the sensor in place of the light shield to
provide from 1100:1 to 950:1 attenuation. Each attenuator is…

Global ISO 17025 ANAB Certificate Exp Mar2020 09-17-20 18.pdf

Global ISO 17025 ANAB Certificate Exp Mar2020 09-17-20 18.pdf

…DMM, Attenuator
Electrical Calibration of Laser
Power Optical Meters
10 nW to 30 mW
51 nA to 19.1 mA
0.8 % of reading Current Source
Electrical Calibration of Laser
Energy Meters
100 nJ to 3 J
40 µV to 5 V
0.8 % of reading ARB, Attenuator
Laser…

Photonics Spectra - July 2014

Photonics Spectra - July 2014

…have a fast response time
and thus can be useful for looking at pulse
shapes. However, they saturate above approximately 1 mW/cm2, so attenuating filters must be used when operating at higher
powers.
The main drawbacks of photodiodes
are that they have smaller active areas,…

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