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Laser Power Meter (RoHS) Key Features:

  • Large LCD display
  • Analog movement for laser tuning
  • Works with thermal and optical sensors
  • Wavelength compensation
  • Analog output
  • Portable AC/DC operation
  • RoHS Compliant


Part Name Description
1098297 FieldMate laser power meter (RoHS compliant)

FieldMate, laser power meter, improves upon a familiar method of peaking laser power - the analog needle. With faster electronics and sophisticated digital processing, the FieldMate’s analog needle responds faster and with less overshoot than current meters, enabling rapid, precise laser adjustment.

FieldMate is compatible with all PowerMax thermal sensors and a variety of optical sensors, allowing its use with lasers from the ultraviolet to the infrared, from nW to kW. Built-in wavelength compensation ensures that readings at any wavelength will remain accurate.

This meter provides an economical way to perform laser power measurements and laser tuning.

Max. Measurable Power (with thermopile sensor) 29.9 kW
Max. Measurable Power (with optical sensor) 99.9 mW
Min. Measureable Power (with thermopile sensor) 100 µW
Min. Measurable Power (with optical sensor) 10 nW
Displayable Full-Scale Power Ranges (with thermopile sensor) 29.9 mW to 29.9 kW (auto or manual ranging, selectable)
Displayable Full-Scale Power Ranges (with optical sensor) 999 nW to 99.9 mW (auto or manual ranging, selectable)
Accuracy - Digital Meter ±1.0% of reading
Accuracy - System Meter accuracy + sensor accuracy
Accuracy - Analog Meter ±1.0%
Accuracy - Analog Output ±1.0%
Display 26 x 89 mm (1.02 x 3.5 in.), fixed-segment LCD
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