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EnergyMax Sensors User Manual 30 Figure 5 on page 31 and Figure 6 on page 32 plot the spectral characteristics of each sensor. Figure 5 plots the percent absorption of each coating by wavelength. Figure 6 plots--also by wavelength--the spectral sensitivity of sensors that contain diffusers. The…

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual

Technical Description 3 - 3 The EnergyMax sensor line uses a pyroelectric element to measure the energy in a laser pulse. It does this by producing a large electrical charge for a small change in temperature. The active sensor circuit takes the current from the sensor element and converts it to a…

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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)…

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 - 3 The EnergyMax sensor line uses a pyroelectric element to measure the energy in a laser pulse. It does this by producing a large electrical charge for a small change in temperature. The active sensor circuit takes the current from the sensor element and converts it to a…

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual 3 - 6 output will be automatically compensated. Wavelength compensation results in an additional error factor when engaged and when the sensor is being used at a wavelength different from the wavelength at which it was calibrated. The accuracy is based upon the sensor…

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

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)…

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 - 3 The EnergyMax sensor line uses a pyroelectric element to measure the energy in a laser pulse. It does this by producing a large electrical charge for a small change in temperature. The active sensor circuit takes the current from the sensor element and converts it to a…

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual 3 - 6 output will be automatically compensated. Wavelength compensation results in an additional error factor when engaged and when the sensor is being used at a wavelength different from the wavelength at which it was calibrated. The accuracy is based upon the sensor…

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)…

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