IR Sensor Cards Offer Optimized Resolution

LASER COMPONENTS has added three models to its portfolio of IR sensor cards. These include:

  • The LDT-007BN for low-power Nd:YAG lasers converts IR radiation of 700 nm to 1400 nm into visible red light of 654 nm.
  • The LDT-1064CN, made of resistant ceramic, is suitable for high-power IR lasers (900 nm to 1100 nm) up to 200 W/cm². The active area of 60 mm x 40 mm can be used up to the edge.
  • The LDT-1064N offers a particularly large active area of 50.8 mm x 50.8 mm which allows it to make the invisible radiation of IR lasers (800 nm to 1700 nm) with larger diameters visible as green light (530 nm).


Sensor cards, also known as conversion sheets, convert invisible radiation into visible light when held directly into the laser beam. They are essential for the alignment and focusing of IR and UV lasers. All screens are immediately ready for use and do not have to be activated. LASER COMPONENTS can provide samples upon request for tests in practical applications. For more details, datasheets are available.

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