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Integrating Sphere Laser Power Detector

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QUEBEC CITY, May 16, 2022 — Integrating Sphere Laser Power DetectorThe IS50A-1KW-RSI integrating sphere laser power detector from Gentec Electro-Optics Inc. features a typical rise time of 0.2 s, providing fast, high-accuracy measurement.

With its capability to measure up to 1000 W of continuous power, along with its 50-mm aperture, the IS50A-1KW-RSI accommodates large and powerful laser beams. It also features a low noise level of 0.01 mW. The device can be used for collimated beams, but will also work at up to 20° full-angle divergence.


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May 2022
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