100C-SH | OEM thermal and photodiode sensors | OEM Power Sensors - Ophir

100C-SH

7Z02680
Description: 

The 100C-SH is a thin profile thermal power laser sensor 14.5mm thick with mounting threads and with an 18mm aperture. It can measure from 60mW to 4W free standing and 100W when heat sinked. It does not measure energy. It has the spectrally flat broadband coating covering the spectral range from 0.19 to 20µm.

Specification

  • Ø18mm
  • 0.19-20µm
  • 60mW-100W
  • NA
  • 48 L x 48 W x 15 D (mm)
  • 30kW/cm² at 4W
  • 1.2 s
  • 0.3J/cm²
  • 10J/cm²
  • 100W heat sinked
  • N.A.
  • CE, China RoHS
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