Pyroelectric energy probe

March 1, 1999
The Joulemax 11 High Damage Threshold Pyroelectric Joulemeter Probe can be used for medical lasers and other applications involving pulsed YAG laser fundamental and harmonic output. The probe has a damage threshold of 300 mJ/cm2 for a 10-ns Nd:YAG pulse, a surface diameter of 11 mm, and a spectral response from 100 nm to 1.1 µm.

Pyroelectric energy probe

The Joulemax 11 High Damage Threshold Pyroelectric Joulemeter Probe can be used for medical lasers and other applications involving pulsed YAG laser fundamental and harmonic output. The probe has a damage threshold of 300 mJ/cm2 for a 10-ns Nd:YAG pulse, a surface diameter of 11 mm, and a spectral response from 100 nm to 1.1 µm.

Molectron Detector, Portland, OR

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