Power Detectors Are Wavelength Independent

Power Detectors Are Wavelength Independent
greenTEG AG

Promising fast, accurate, and wavelength-independent measurements, the gRAY laser power detector line includes housed, mounted, and bare-die components. The sensors are based on patented thermopile technology, enabling high-precision measurements from the ultraviolet to the mid infrared range. The components measure laser powers up to 50W with a non-accelerated response time of less than 250 ms. Housed power heads operate with an input voltage of 12V to 24V and deliver a calibrated and normalized voltage signal from 0 to 10V. For higher laser powers, integrated channels for water cooling are available. The power heads are available for laser maximum powers of 5W, 10W, and 50W. Mounted detectors handle laser beams with an absolute power up to 50W, measured with a 200 ms rise time. An amplification circuit board for electrical integration is available upon request. Mounted detectors measure uW laser powers. They are sensitive to laser powers between 10 uW and 5W. Integrated NTC or platinum thermistors are optionally available for temperature compensation as well as NIST/PTB traceable calibration. Bare-die components integrate into a laser source and enable wavelength and angle independent power monitoring. They are available in sizes from 2 mm x 2 mm to 30 mm x 30 mm2 and can be integrated on PCBs. For more info, visit http://gray.greenteg.com

greenTEG AG
Zurich, Switzerland
+41 44 632 04 20
[email protected]
http://www.greenteg.com

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