Newport Spectra-Physics Newsletter - #36 - June 2012 - (Page 10)

10 June 2012 818-ST2 Wand Style UV/Si Calibrated Photodiode Sensors Redesigned with a sturdy metal housing. Key Features Better calibration uncertainties than competition Highly protective and rugged aluminum housing Power levels from pW to 2 W with sliding OD3 filter Wavelengths from 200 to 1,100 nm (818-ST2-UV model) Detachable DB15 calibration module Ergonomic design Lowered price for UV models The detector specifications of the new aluminum cased 818-ST2 Series are identical to those of the 818-ST Series. Incorporating a large 10 mm X 10 mm Si photodiode, these slim detectors are ideal for measurements in tight locations with busy setups. It provides a built-in calibrated OD3 attenuator at the flick of a switch. The UV detector is packaged in clear anodized aluminum housing to avoid burning (resulting in potential damages on optics in the setup), especially in the UV wavelength range. The calibration module is detachable from the BNC connector, allowing interfacing with Newport meters, an oscilloscope, or a current meter as well. L O W P O W E R S E N S O R S WEB See our website for more info. 819C/819D Series Integrating Sphere Line Extension Now available are UV (down to 200 nm) integrating sphere detector models and high power silicon based sphere detectors that can handle up pto 5 watts of optical power. Key Features Calibrated to NIST standards 2", 3.3" and 5.3" sphere size available Si or InGaAs detectors used Measurements insensitive to exact detector positioning Signal attenuation, advantageous in measurement of high-power beams Newport’s calibrated integrating sphere detectors consist of the 819C and 819D series integrating spheres, configured to measure diverging or collimated light sources, respectively, and either a Si, UV-enhanced or an InGaAs sensor. The integrating sphere is an ideal tool for measuring high power or diverging light sources using a photodiode. The available sphere sizes are between 2” and 5.3” sphere sizes. The spheres with a silicon detector are suitable for the measurements ranging from 400 to 1100 nm, while the models with an InGaAs detector are suitable for aproximately 800– 1650 nm range. The UV version is optimized for wavelengths between 250 and 400 nm, but it is calibrated up to 1100 nm. All the spheres come with an SMA fiber optic connector on the North pole as a standard feature, allowing a small amount of light pickoff for wavelength measurement or any further analysis without affecting the overall system calibration WEB See our website for more info.

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Newport Spectra-Physics Newsletter - #36 - June 2012

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LDX-3232 High Compliance Laser Diode Driver
LDM-4872Quantum Cascade Laser Mount
LDT-5900C SeriesPrecision Temperature Controllers
LDX-3620BUltra Low Noise Current Source
Vortex™ Plus 6800 Precision Tunable Lasers
GuideStar ™ IILaser Beam Steering Correction System
8821Clear Edge Picomotor Mount
XPS-GCODEXPS Optimized G-Code Conversion Software
Innovative Metrology Setup for Controlling Vibrations of Rotating Machinery Parts
Newport’s Photon Tamers at Work: GTS High Precision Linear Stage Scans Ultrafast THz Pulse
ERS SeriesOptical Table Earthquake Restraints
M-TDM-LFully-Adjustable Tablet Computer Mount System
FR-CV-75Compact ND Filter Rotator
BSDMultifunction Periscope Beam Steerers
818-ST2Wand Style UV/Si Calibrated Photodiode Sensors
819C/819D Series Integrating Sphere Line Extension
Millennia ® eV™ High Power CW DPSS Lasers
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Spitfire® Ace™ Power Amplifier
Inspire ™ IRAutomated Ultrafast OPO
alphaScan ™ Integrated Laser-OPO
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Newport Spectra-Physics Newsletter - #36 - June 2012