Sonde Silicium autonome avec interface USB, 100mW, 100nW NEP, filtre ND2, ouverture 10mm

Numéro de référence fabricant :

1168337

Fabricant Coherent

Coherent

Description :

The PowerMax-USB UV/VIS Quantum sensors incorporate a Silicon photodiode, for measurement of power from 5 μW to several hundred milliwatts. The measureable power varies significantly by wavelength. Spectrally calibrated filters are used to attenuate the laser beam, thus allowing for a higher average power measurement than is typically possible with a photodiode. They work with CW (continuous wave) as well as pulsed sources greater than 100 pps. The standard UV/VIS has a removable nose cone that can be used to reduce stray light, which is helpful when measuring on the low end of the power range, and the Wand UV/VIS incorporates a thin profile to fit into tight locations.

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    Features

  • Wavelength Range: 325 nm to 1065 nm
  • Power Range: 10 µW to >100 mW (wavelength dependent)
  • Noise Equivalent Power: 100 nW
  • Max. Power Density: 20 W/cm²
  • Detector:Silicon photodiode
  • Detector Diameter: 10 mm
  • USB Cable, 2.5m
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Type de Capteur Photodiode  

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Mode de Fonctionnement CW  
Puissance Moyenne Max 0.5mW-50mW  
50mW-1W  
Ouverture (mm) 5-10  

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