…0.5 to 10 19 HTD 10600 2 LM DB-25
1098304 LM-10 0.25 to 10.6 10 mW 10W 1 mW 0.5 to 10 16 HTD 10600 2 LM DB-25
1098456 LM-20 0.25 to 10.6 100 mW 20W 10 mW 0.5 to 10 19 HTD 10600 2 LM DB-25
1098320 LM-45 0.25 to 10.6 100 mW 45W 10 mW 0.5 to 10 19 HTD 10600 2 LM DB-25
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The following fiber-optic adapters can be mounted directly onto the 3/4-32 threads
on the front of LM-3 and LM-10 sensors.These fiber adapters can also be used with
our 1.035-40M adapter ring to fit…
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Connecting the Adapter
The following illustration shows how to connect the
Thermal SmartSensor adapter to a sensor and a meter.
Connect the DB-25 connector on the end of the adapter cable
to the meter.
Connect the adapter to the sensor.
Thermal SmartSensorTM Adapter
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Coherent's LabMax meters are compliant with the EU Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) and Waste Electrical and…
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