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Laser Power Meter

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Laser Power MeterThe HP60A-15KW-GD-TUBE laser power meter from Gentec-EO is designed for multi-kW lasers with a low back-scattered power rating.

A golden reflector cone handles the high intensities of high-power fiber lasers. By reflecting incident light off the sides of the opening, the cone distributes the intensity over a larger area and increases the damage threshold to 10 kW/cm2 at full power. With high damage thresholds, users can measure laser power without having to expand the beam. By redirecting light inside the detector, the gold cone reduces back-scattered light. A water-cooled tube extension further reduces the back reflections, with 1 to 2% of the incident radiation diffusing out of the detector opening.

The detector comes with a DB15 connector and a USB 2.0 output for direct measurement on a PC. A wireless module is also available for custom order, allowing for remote monitoring of a laser’s power at a distance of up to 30 m from the detector.


Photonics Spectra
Jun 2021
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