Sonde thermopile ventilée autonome avec interface USB, 1W, 3µW NEP, filtre Quartz, ouverture 19mm
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Where optimum stability is required, specify the PowerMax-USB PS19Q, which include a wedged quartz window for applications from 0.3 to 2.1 μm. The quartz window more effectively eliminates thermal background radiation and the effects of air currents. The new PowerMax-USB PS19Q sensor is the world's first laser power sensors that utilize state-of-the-art microelectronics miniaturization techniques, and integrate an entire instrument within a USB 2.0 or RS-232 cable connector. Specifically, PowerMax-USB/RS sensors contain all the signal processing and power measurement electronics normally found in a LabMax meter, and provide the capability to connect directly to a PC with plug-and-play functionality. Ideally suited for low and high volume embedded sensor applications, Coherent's new family of sensors eliminates the need for a separate meter box, thus delivering a significant savings in cost and space but with no reduction whatsoever in performance.
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- Wavelength Range: 0.3 to 2.1 µm
- Power Range: 100 µW to 1W
- Max. Intermittent Power: 3W, less than 5 min.
- Noise Equivalent Power: 3 µW
- Max. Power Density: 3 µW
- Max. Energy Density: 50 mJ/cm² 10 ns, 1064 nm
- Detector Coating: Black
- Quartz diffuser
- Detector Diameter: 19 mm
- USB Cable, 2.5m
- Thermally stabilized design for low power sensitivity
- Noise equivalent power down to 3 μW
- Spectrally flat; good for broadband light sources
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