Sonde pyroélectrique pour mesure d'énergie laser, haute répétition, 100nJ-200µJ, 10kHz, 10mm ouverture, revêtement métallique diffusant

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Fabricant Coherent


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J-10MT-10KHZ a high repetition rate energy sensor incorporate a diffuse metallic coating that enables measurements at high and low repetition rates across a wide range of energies, and wavelengths from 190 nm to 2.1 μm. The damage resistance at 532 nm and shorter wavelengths is higher than the MaxBlack coating. These sensors are not compatible with FieldMaxII meters because the response time is too fast. They are best suited for the LabMax-TOP meter.

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  • Energy Range: 100 nJ to 200 µJ
  • Noise Equivalent Energy: <10 nJ
  • Wavelength Range: 0.19 to 2.1µm
  • Active Area Diameter: 10 mm
  • Maximum Average Power: 1 W
  • Maximum Rep. Rate (pps): 10,000
  • Maximum Energy Density: 50 mJ/cm² (at 1064 nm, 10 ns)
  • Detector Coating: Diffuse Metallic
  • Cable Type: USB 3m length
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