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Description 13 MaxBlack EnergyMax Sensors With Diffusers MaxBlack EnergyMax sensors with diffusers are specifically designed for use with very high energy/peak power lasers operating at low repetition rates, such as those based on Nd:YAG, Ruby, Ho:YAG, and Erbium. The YAG/Harmonics sensor can work…

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EnergyMax Sensors User Manual 22 Use of EnergyMax sensors at average power levels beyond the base model 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)…

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Technical Description 25 Damage Thresholds The following table lists the damage threshold for different types of EnergyMax sensors at several wavelengths. Measurement Linearity Coherent has designed the EnergyMax sensor line to greatly diminish several linearity effects common in pyroelectric energy…

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EnergyMax Sensors User Manual 26 Energy Linearity Energy linearity across the entire specified energy range of an EnergyMax sensor is +/- 3%. Within 10 to 90% of the energy range specification the sensors are typically linear to +/- 2%. (The J-50MB-IR has a slightly higher energy linearity…

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EnergyMax Sensors User Manual 28 Pulse Width Linearity There is a small amount of pulse width linearity error when using a sensor at its maximum specified pulse width. This error is less than 1%. At pulse widths less than 10 µs this error is negligible and is less than 0.5%. (The J-50MB-IR sensor…

Book.book

Book.book

Description 13 MaxBlack EnergyMax Sensors With Diffusers MaxBlack EnergyMax sensors with diffusers are specifically designed for use with very high energy/peak power lasers operating at low repetition rates, such as those based on Nd:YAG, Ruby, Ho:YAG, and Erbium. The YAG/Harmonics sensor can work…

Book.book

Book.book

EnergyMax Sensors User Manual 22 Use of EnergyMax sensors at average power levels beyond the base model 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)…

Book.book

Book.book

Technical Description 25 Damage Thresholds The following table lists the damage threshold for different types of EnergyMax sensors at several wavelengths. Measurement Linearity Coherent has designed the EnergyMax sensor line to greatly diminish several linearity effects common in pyroelectric energy…

Book.book

Book.book

EnergyMax Sensors User Manual 26 Energy Linearity Energy linearity across the entire specified energy range of an EnergyMax sensor is +/- 3%. Within 10 to 90% of the energy range specification the sensors are typically linear to +/- 2%. (The J-50MB-IR has a slightly higher energy linearity…

Book.book

Book.book

EnergyMax Sensors User Manual 28 Pulse Width Linearity There is a small amount of pulse width linearity error when using a sensor at its maximum specified pulse width. This error is less than 1%. At pulse widths less than 10 µs this error is negligible and is less than 0.5%. (The J-50MB-IR sensor…

EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf

EnergyMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Guide FORMFIRST.pdf

7· Toll Free: (800) 343-4912 · Tel: (408) 764-4042 · Fax: (503) 454-5727 Overall measurement accuracy is a combination of calibration uncertainty (found in the sensor specification tables) and the wavelength compensation accuracy (found in the"Wavelength Compensation Accuracy" table, below). The…

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual

Technical Description 3 - 5 Temperature Linearity of Quantum EnergyMax Sensors The Silicon Quantum EnergyMax sensor (J-10SI-HE) has a temperature linearity component because of a photo sensitivity temperature characteristic that varies by wavelength, as shown in the figure below. In practice, the…

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