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818-MSCOPE Microscope Slide Photodiode Sensor

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818-MSCOPE Microscope Slide Photodiode Sensor The 818-MSCOPE Microscope Slide power sensor measures the optical power at the sample plane in a microscopy setup. It measures from 350 to 1100 nm at optical powers ranging from 3 μW to 1 W and is designed to be a microscopy power sensor for fluorescence excitation measurements. The sensing area is protected and cleanable sealed so that it can measure with in an immersion medium such as water or glycerol, as well as in air.


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