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COHR LMC 2010-2011catalog.pdf

COHR LMC 2010-2011catalog.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 OP-2 VIS and LM-2 VIS Accessories
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LMC 2011catalog FINAL.pdf

LMC 2011catalog FINAL.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 OP-2 VIS and LM-2 VIS Accessories
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LMC 2011catalog 0411.pdf

LMC 2011catalog 0411.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 OP-2 VIS and LM-2 VIS Accessories Model…

2010-2011-Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog.pdf

2010-2011-Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog.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 OP-2 VIS and LM-2 VIS Accessories
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2012-Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog.pdf

2012-Laser-Measurement-and-Control-Catalog.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 OP-2 VIS and LM-2 VIS Accessories Model…

Thermal SmartSensor Adapter DSrevA 4.qxd

Thermal SmartSensor Adapter DSrevA 4.qxd

…is compatible with the following Coherent sensors: Sensor Part Number RoHS Item Number Beam Finder 33-1215-000 1098427 LM-2 IR 33-0944-000 1098342 LM-2 UV 33-0951-000 1098390 LM-2 VIS 33-0936-000 1098298 LM-3 HTD 33-7931-000 1098328 LM-10 HTD 33-7923-000 1098304 LM-20 HTD 33-7907-000 1098456 LM-30V…

LabMax-Pro SSIM User Manual

LabMax-Pro SSIM User Manual

LabMax-Pro SSIM User Manual 4 - 2 Sensor Compatibility PowerMax-Pro, PM model thermopiles, LM model thermopiles, OP-2 & LM-2 optical sensors, and DB-25 EnergyMax sensors. USB/RS-232 LabMax-Pro requires a USB 2.0 High-Speed USB to communicate with the PC. (RS-232 connections are intended for OEM…

LabMax-Pro SSIM User Manual

LabMax-Pro SSIM User Manual

LabMax-Pro SSIM User Manual 3 - 2 Sensor Compatibility PowerMax-Pro, PM model thermopiles, LM model thermopiles, OP-2 & LM-2 optical sensors, and DB-25 EnergyMax sensors. USB/RS-232 LabMax-Pro requires a USB 2.0 High-Speed USB to communicate with the PC. (RS-232 connections are intended for OEM…

LabMax-Pro SSIM User Manual

LabMax-Pro SSIM User Manual

LabMax-Pro SSIM User Manual 3 - 2 Sensor Compatibility PowerMax-Pro, PM model thermopiles, LM model thermopiles, OP-2 & LM-2 optical sensors, and DB-25 EnergyMax sensors. USB/RS-232 LabMax-Pro requires a USB 2.0 High-Speed USB to communicate with the PC. (RS-232 connections are intended for OEM…

Thermal SmartSensor Adapter DSrevA 4.qxd

Thermal SmartSensor Adapter DSrevA 4.qxd

…is compatible with the following Coherent sensors: Sensor Part Number RoHS Item Number Beam Finder 33-1215-000 1098427 LM-2 IR 33-0944-000 1098342 LM-2 UV 33-0951-000 1098390 LM-2 VIS 33-0936-000 1098298 LM-3 HTD 33-7931-000 1098328 LM-10 HTD 33-7923-000 1098304 LM-20 HTD 33-7907-000 1098456 LM-30V…

BioinstrumentationOverview2008View March09Edits.pdf

BioinstrumentationOverview2008View March09Edits.pdf

CUBETM Diode Laser System System Speci cations CUBE 375-16C 405-50E Part Number 1112774 1069408 Wavelength 1 (nm) 375 Output Power 2 (mW) 16 50 Beam Diameter at 1/e 2 (mm)(typical) 1.1 2.6 x 1.1 Beam Divergence (mrad)(typical) 0.5 0.2 x 0.5 M2 (ModeMaster beam quality) 3 1,000,000:1 at 0 Hz,…

Libra PreInstallation.book

Libra PreInstallation.book

…and acetone available. Hemostat Lens Tissues Powderless latex or nitrile gloves Laser Equipment Power meter and head (e.g., Coherent FieldMate with LM10, LM2 heads). An oscilloscope (300 MHz or higher) Table 3-5. Pre-installation Checklist ACTIVITYAND EQUIPMENT GENERAL REQUIREMENTS REFERENCE(S)

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