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PowerMax-USB sensors

PowerMax-USB Sensors

Laser Measurement device providing direct USB 2.0 connection to a PC.

Key Features:

  • PowerMax USB provides direct USB 2.0 connection to PC. Power provided via USB connection.
  • Instrumentation platform is compatible with thermopiles and optical sensors and can be adapted to most power sensors that Coherent manufactures.
  • Displays beam position with position-sensing quadrant thermopiles (with LM-model sensors like LM-10).
  • High resolution 24-bit A/D converter supports four digits of resolution and measurement accuracy equivalent to that found in Coherent’s LabMax meters.
  • Spectral compensation is unique to each device for improved accuracy.
  • Long-pulse joules capability with thermopile sensors.
  • NIST traceable measurements.

PowerMax USB Sensors

Coherent PowerMax-USB sensors provide plug-and-play laser power measurement directly on a PC without the need for additional electronic instrumentation. The measurement circuitry typically found in a standalone meter has been reduced in size to extent that it can now fit inside a USB connector. The circuitry and USB connector have been adapted into a ‘PowerMax-USB’ cable that can be integrated to most Coherent power sensors providing accurate power measurements of all types of CW and pulsed sources from the UV to Far IR.

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