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High-Speed Laser SensorsThe PowerMax-Pro USB/RD high-speed laser sensors from Coherent Inc. use a novel, thin-film technology for broad wavelength sensitivity, dynamic range and laser damage resistance of a thermopile.

With the response speed of a semiconductor photodiode, PowerMax-Pro sensors are more than 1 million times faster than conventional thermopile sensors. This increase makes them an ideal solution for fast CW laser power and rise time measurements, full modulated laser characterization and pulsed laser energy measurements over the 300 nm to 11 µm spectral range. The sensors utilize state-of-the-art microelectronics miniaturization techniques to integrate an entire instrument within a USB 2.0 or RS-232 cable.

The detectors are ideal for OEMs who want to embed power measurement electronics within their own instrumentation, field service engineers who already carry a laptop computer or tablet and operators of computer controlled test benches. The sensors are also useful for general laboratory applications in which experimental data acquisition is performed from a central PC or tablet.


Published: November 2016
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