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Benchtop Optical Power Meters

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Benchtop Optical Power MetersThe 1938-R and 2938-R Benchtop Optical Power Meters from Newport have been announced by MKS Instruments.

Designed for advanced, high-speed, modulated light measurements, the meters feature a bandwidth of up to 200 kHz for the Newport 818, 918D or 819 C/D series photodiode detectors. This allows a rate of up to 10 kHz and time-stamped data logging to the 2-GB on-board memory or an external USB-drive. Once the log files are created, the text data or graphics can be viewed on the instrument’s full color 7-in. touch screen display.

With seven analog filters ranging from 0.5 to 250 Hz and the average function ranging from 1 s to 1 hour of moving average, users can configure the power meter for either the stable average power measurement of a continuous wave light source, the fast tracking of a rapidly changing optical power level, or peak-to-peak measurements of a modulated signal.

Photonics Spectra
Jul 2021

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