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Pulsed Laser DetectorThe ISD-1.6-SP-Vxx pulsed laser detector from Gigahertz-Optik Inc. is a microsphere-based detector for the fast, time-resolved power measurement of pulsed laser diodes and LEDs.

The device features a 16-mm diameter integrating sphere for the integration of laser modes and beam profile. Because of its small diameter, the temporal pulse deformations are smaller compared to those with larger diameters. As a result, pulses of a few nanoseconds in length are hardly deformed and can be measured in a time-resolved manner.

Two photodiodes in the 400- to 1100-nm spectral range are mounted to the sphere to form the complete compact integrating sphere detector assembly. The detector signal is processed using a P-9710 series optometer in pulse energy mode with pulse-stretching function. The absolute peak power can be calculated from the pulse energy and the relative pulse shape. Thus, the short duration light signal can be completely characterized.



Published: August 2019
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