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EnergyMax-USB/RS Sensors

A line of EnergyMax USB and RS232 enabled sensors in which the meter instrumentation has been miniaturized and integrated into the sensor head cable itself, offering the following additional benefits and capabilities:

  • EnergyMax-RS/USB sensors provide RS-232 connectivity
    • RS-232 for OEM embedded applications

  • Low Cost of Ownership
    • Lower initial cost compared to traditional meter + sensor systems
    • Lower calibration cost (no separate meter to calibrate)
    • Simple integration lowers implementation costs

  • Fast 14-bit A/D converter supports measurement accuracy similar to that found in LabMAx-TOP meter
  • Ability to log every pulse at a data rate sup to 10 kHz directly to a file (USB)
  • Synchronized dual unit operation to support A/B ratiometry
  • State-of-the-art EnergyMax Sensor Technology

Coherent’s “Meterless” Technology

Coherent’s EnergyMax series of “meterless” laser energy sensors meet the demand for more compact and economical energy measurement instrumentation, while also providing a range of interface options that better satisfy the needs of both OEMs and laboratory users.

A host computer is used for instrument control, data acquisition and information display through a choice of USB and RS-232 interfaces. This approach particularly facilitates their use in embedded systems, simplifies calibration, and lowers total cost of ownership.

Coherent has developed a comprehensive software package for use with these sensors called EnergyMax PC. The software is shipped with each sensor on an installation CD and now available to download off the web below..

The applications software provides:

Visit the Support & Download Center for application software, manuals, datasheets and more. Also visit our YouTube channel for presentations and tutorials.

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