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laser pulse energy meter

LaserCam HR UV

LaserCam HR UV

…(150 µsec for the CMOS camera types and 20 µsec for the InGaAs LaserCam-HR) and the repetition rate of the laser, the trigger delay feature assists in assuring that a valid laser pulse is captured on the camera during the cameras exposure time. The LaserCam-HR and LaserCam-HR-UV have a default…

FieldMaxII-TOP

FieldMaxII-TOP

FieldMaxII-TOP Laser Power and Energy Meter (RoHS)
* Large, bright, backlit LCD display
* Digital accuracy with analog-like movement for laser tuning
* Works with thermopile, optical, and pyrolectric sensors
* Measures pulse energy up to 300 pps (captures every pulse)
* USB computer interface with…

FieldMaxII-P

FieldMaxII-P

…Name Description 1098581 FieldMaxII-P Laser energy meter (RoHS compliant) The 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.…

LabMax-Pro SSIM

LabMax-Pro SSIM

…sampling for laser pulse visualization
* USB and RS232 interfaces
* Windows PC application
* Direct host command support for OEM integration
* Windows 7 and 8 compatible (32 and 64-bit) Contact Us About This Product PRICE HERE Close New Features This power and energy meter combines the power…

LaserCam HR-InGaAs

LaserCam HR-InGaAs

…Modes of Operation Pulsed, CW default Pixel Size (µm) 30 x 30 Pulsed Mode Trigger Methods Trigger In (TTL) Saturation CW (at 1064 nm) 3.5 mW/cm2 (with LDFP), 50 µW/cm2 (without LDFP) Saturation CW (at 1523 nm) 350 µW/cm2 (with LDFP), 30 µW/cm2 (without LDFP) Saturation Pulse (at 1064 nm) 5 µJ/cm2…

LaserCam-HR II

LaserCam-HR II

…capture when the laser is fired after an external trigger signal that is shorter than the default camera trigger delay. Depending on the default trigger delay of the camera model and the repetition rate of the laser, the trigger delay feature assists in assuring that a valid laser pulse is captured…

PowerMax-Pro Sensor

PowerMax-Pro Sensor

…CW laser power and pulsed laser energy to be sampled much more frequently, resulting in increased throughput and improved process control. And, their broad spectral response and large active area make these detectors useful with virtually all commercial, scientific, and medical lasers operating…

FieldMaxII-TO

FieldMaxII-TO

Laser power meter (RoHS compliant) The FieldMaxII-TO laser 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

LabMax Mobile App

LabMax Mobile App

…extensive selection of laser power and energy sensors. LabMax-Pro meters are the fastest on the market (continuous sampling at 10 Hz or 20 kHz, or burst sampling at 625 kHz), and the app fully supports these high speed measurements to enable real-time analysis of modulated or pulsed systems. In the…

High Peak Power Thermopile Sensors

High Peak Power Thermopile Sensors

…These sensors are designed for use with pulsed high-peak-power, low repetition rate, Q-switched Nd:YAG lasers. A volume-absorbing substrate mounted in front of the detector absorbs the bulk of the laser energy, thus preventing all of the laser energy from striking the front surface of the detector…

PowerMax-USB sensors

PowerMax-USB sensors

…USB Sensors Coherent PowerMax-USB sensors provide plug-and-play laser power measurement directly on a PC without the need for additional electronic instrumentation. The measurement circuitry typically found in a standalone meter has been reduced in size to extent that it can now fit inside a USB…

kW PowerMax Pro Sensor

kW PowerMax Pro Sensor

…thermopiles take a minute or longer to steady out after the laser is turned on. The high response speed of PowerMax-Pro sensors is particularly advantageous in commercial applications, where it enables CW laser power and pulsed laser energy to be sampled much more frequently, resulting in increased…

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