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Quantum Series EnergyMax Sensors

Quantum Series EnergyMax Sensors

Quantum Series EnergyMax Sensors Quantum EnergyMax sensors enable low energy pulse measurement as well as average power of pulsed systems from the nW to mW level, across a broad range of wavelengths. These sensors have a removable light shield on the front used to block stray light. Features
* Pulse…

PowerMax-USB sensors

PowerMax-USB sensors

…Power Sensor (1174264) PowerMax-USB PM3 Power Sensor (1174263), PowerMax-USB PM3Q Power Sensor (1191133) PowerMax-USB PM30 Power Sensor (1174257) PowerMax-USB PS10 Power Sensor (1174260) PowerMax-USB PS19 Power Sensor (1174261), PowerMax-USB PS19Q Power Sensor (1168343) PowerMax-USB UV/VIS Quantum

C24 Program

C24 Program

…USB-PM150-19C PowerMax USB-PM150-50C PowerMax USB UV/VIS PowerMax USB - Wand UV/VIS Quantum Power Sensor, Metal Enclosure PowerMax-Pro Sensors PowerMax-Pro 150F HD Sensor PowerMax-Pro 150 HD Sensor PowerMax-Pro HP Sensor Power and Energy Meters FieldMaxII-TOP FieldMaxII-TO FieldMate LaserCheck…

PowerMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Product-Guide.pdf

PowerMax-USB-RS-Sensors-Product-Guide.pdf

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PowerMax-USB/RS Sensors
UV/VIS Quantum Overview
Measurement Linearity
Like all silicon photodiodes, the UV/VIS Quantum sensor has
temperature sensitivity in the infrared region.
At 1064 nm, for example,…

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

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


The main difference between a Quantum EnergyMax sensor
and other Coherent EnergyMax sensors is their sensitivity.
A Quantum EnergyMax sensor is capable of measuring
considerably smaller signals than the rest of the EnergyMax
sensor line.They do this by utilizing a…

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual

…a Quantum EnergyMax sensor and
other Coherent EnergyMax sensors is its sensitivity. A Quantum
EnergyMax sensor can measure much smaller signals than the rest
of the EnergyMax sensor line because it uses a photodiode--rather
than a pyroelectric--element.
Due to the quantum

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf


The main difference between a Quantum EnergyMax sensor
and other Coherent EnergyMax sensors is their sensitivity.
A Quantum EnergyMax sensor is capable of measuring
considerably smaller signals than the rest of the EnergyMax
sensor line.They do this by utilizing a…

Coherent BioRay Operator's Manual

Coherent BioRay Operator's Manual

…photo shows a LabMax-TOP meter and an OP-2 VIS power
sensor. Note that the OP-2 VIS has some wavelength and
maximum power limitations related to BioRay lasers.
Coherent recommends the PowerMax-USB UV/VIS Quantum
Power Sensor (part number 1168337).
Alignment
Marks

WP-Meterless-Laser-Power-Energy-Measurement-Simplifies-Embedding.pdf

WP-Meterless-Laser-Power-Energy-Measurement-Simplifies-Embedding.pdf

…I (408) 764-4983 6
Understanding Laser Sensors Coherent PowerMax products are available with both thermopile and quantum
(photodiode) detectors. EnergyMax products are offered with either pyroelectric or
quantum sensors. Each of these detectors provides different capabilities,…

mephisto MOPA whitepaper v05.pdf

mephisto MOPA whitepaper v05.pdf

…atoms. Efforts are ongoing to create practical ultra-precise measuring and sensing devices (gravimeters, accelerometers, magnetic field sensors, etc.) as well as quantum information and computing elements by using building blocks enabled by the cold atoms community. In this whitepaper we discuss one…

Photonics Spectra - August 2018

Photonics Spectra - August 2018

…more accurate atomic clocks; the ability to create and study "squeezed light"; ultrasensitive gravitational and magnetic field sensors; and faster quantum computing and communications. Quiet NPRO lasers Depending on the specifics of the atomic species being trapped and the target temperature…

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…on the display. Physically larger sensors take longer to reach this steady state. For example, thermopile sensors large enough to handle kW laser sources typically take a minute to stabilize. A semiconductor photodiode sensor is quite different. It is a quantum device that utilizes a solid state…

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