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USB Laser Sensor Interface

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LOGAN, Utah, March 31, 2010 — Introduced by Ophir-Spiricon LLC, Juno is a smart USB sensor-to-PC interface that converts a laptop or desktop PC into a laser power/energy meter.

It connects any of the company’s smart laser sensors (thermal, pyroelectic, photodiode) to a PC USB port and operates with proprietary StarLab software that logs power and energy, and calculates and displays averages, statistics, line plots, bar charts and histograms. Data can be displayed graphically or saved in text format and exported to an Excel spreadsheet.

The system records every energy pulse at up to 10 KHz. Juno is a plug-and-play module that connects several sensors to a PC using one module for each sensor. A USB hub can be used to connect up to eight sensors to one PC. No power source is required. The compact module measures 76 × 55 × 22 mm.

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