Miniaturized meter electronics with an RS-232 interface integrated within the sensor cable.
EnergyMax-RS “meterless” sensors contain miniaturized meter electronics and an RS-232 interface that are integrated within the sensor cable. Coherent’s entire range of high performance EnergyMax-RS sensors enable the measurement of the energy per pulse or average power of pulsed lasers from the nanojoule to the multi-joule level, over wavelengths from the deep ultraviolet through the far infared, and form single pulses to repetition rates of 1 kHz (with measurements of every pulse).
Additionally, stacking (of up to four) EnergyMax sensors enables all connected units to share both internal and external triggers for synchronized operation, for applications such as pulse-to-pulse “A/B” ratiometry.
EnergyMax-RS Sensor Model Accessory
EnergyMax-RS must be powered with a 5V DC input. This power must be supplied through an external power supply plugged into the external power input plug, or for embedded applications with custom circuit boards, this power can be supplied through Pin1 on the RS232 connector.
Many customers choose to use their own power supply to operate these sensors within their laser processing equipment, so we do not ship them with a power supply included. We do offer the following optional power supply accessory for those customers who wish to purchase the power supply from Coherent. The power supply ships with a power cord appropriate for the destination country.
Click the links below to download a complete drawing package for these products.
Please Read Before Continuing
Risk factors: Except for the historical information contained here, many of the matters discussed in this Web site are forward-looking statements, based on expectations at the time they were made, that involve risks and uncertainties that could cause our results to differ materially from those expressed or implied by such statements. These risks are detailed in the “Factors That May Affect Future Results” section of our latest 10-K or 10-Q filing. Coherent assumes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements.