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ANDOVER, Mass., June 3, 2020 — Power/Energy SensorThe Ophir® L40(500)A-LP2-DIF-35 power/energy sensor from MKS Instruments Inc. features a high damage threshold to measure high-power, narrow lasers in industrial applications.

The compact, high-damage-threshold laser power/energy sensor is capable of measuring up to 4 kW without the need for water cooling. The L40(500)A-LP2-DIF-35 can measure continuous-wave lasers up to 500 W and pulsed lasers up to 2kJ. The compact design makes it easy to place between optical components when troubleshooting a beam path. The sensor can handle large, unfocused beams of 35 mm in diameter, as well as narrow, high density beams down to 1 mm at 1 kW.

A "Smart Connector" interface operates with the Centauri, StarBright, Vega, Nova II, and StarLite smart displays, Juno and Juno+ compact USB PC interface, and EA-1 Ethernet adapter. Users can choose between a variety of data display formats including digital with bargraph, line plot, pulse chart, and real-time statistics.



Published: June 2020
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